Why Cotidea's Shower Sidekick Is A Must-Have For Every College Girl

Why Cotidea's Shower Sidekick Is A Must-Have For Every College Girl

Goodbye, awkward box shower shaving situations!

Attention, incoming college freshman girls (and anyone who unfortunately has to face a cramped box shower): Have I got good news for you. Pretty quickly you’ll realize that in the confines of the tiny box your university likes to call a shower, it’s basically impossible to shave your legs in a coordinated and timely manner -- —that is, until now.

Enter the Shower Sidekick by Cotidea, a portable, adjustable shower shaving stand that is a godsend for dorm showers everywhere. Invented by women for women, this product has thought of everything to save you from any awkward shaving situation. The lightweight podium is designed for strength and steadiness, with its aluminum pole and non-slip grip so that the stand and your foot don’t slip up with a razor in hand. The stand even comes with a place to rest your razor while you go about the rest of your shower business. Available in pink and purple, it’ll be the prettiest addition to your shower caddy.

The coolest part about the Shower Sidekick is the brand behind it -- Cotidea, which means “The Daily Goddess.” Kristin Wald, a daily goddess in her own right, founded Cotidea to develop products that make women’s lives a little bit easier. Her goal with the brand is to empower women through her products and help women unleash “their inner goddesses.”

The Shower Sidekick’s goal is to do just that. On the surface, it’s a place to prop your foot while shaving, but in practice, it’s a product carefully designed to make someone’s day a little easier. And with an arsenal of products on the way, the Shower Sidekick is just the beginning for Cotidea.

Today, June 13, is the official pre-order launch of the Cotidea Shower Sidekick. You can buy it here, and use the code LAUNCH20 for a 20% discount from now until June 20!

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Important Reasons Why You Need a Gas Detector in Your Home


When you have a gas detector in your home, you can easily check the risks in your environment and be able to take the right precautions in advance. That becomes a must in the commercial and home setting when you have the possibility of hazards everywhere. With the help of gas detectors, it becomes simple to discover the threats in both unmanned and manned areas.

The Types Of Gas Hazards

There are gas hazards in three types: toxicity, explosive gases,and oxygen depletion. If you have oxygen depletion, it'll happen in gas areas. While you might just have none explosive or nontoxic gas, it may, however, displace the surrounding air and reduce the normal air levels. This could make it hazardous for anyone to get into the area. The best thing you can to avoid these issues is to have gas detectors in different rooms.

Steady Monitoring

The advantage of a gas detector in your home is it can offer you 24/7 monitoring, and you are able to monitor all areas. Even though you have a place left unmanned most of thetimes, you can certainly to check it when possible to advise your family members of a dangerous atmosphere before entering. If you are able toidentify dangerous gases in advance, you'll be able to take care of the dangers on the home, and often, you'll meet the requirements in your home insurance policy. Portable products, such as the GasAlertQuattro are able to monitor up to four gases with just the press of a button.

Watch The Expenses

With a gas detector in your home; you are able to minimize the amount of time it requires for a review since you don't need certainly too personally check the chances of an explosion in the area. This can reduce the hours and money used to do, and fundamentally, this means saving cash on the expenses.

Powerful Shield

If you have a gas detector, you can easily check the gases in your environment. As a result of this, you can easily tell if you find a possibility of explosion, fire or asphyxiation. This gives your family members a secure home to be, and you are not fretting about things going wrong.

The Misunderstanding

there are some individuals who think that they'll use an oxygen sensor to check the poisonous gases. They think that after the oxygen gets displaced, they'll have a warning. But, the normal warning just provides you with an idea of 0.1 % volume. If there is a concentration of 0.1 percent or 1,000ppm, that'll not be able to detect most of the harmful gases which are in concentration under 1,000ppm.

You can only check an explosive gas with the help of either an infrared sensor or the catalytic sensor. Your normal gas could be more explosive when it reaches the maximum levels, which means you will need technology that can detect different gases. With gas detectors, you'll be able to discover problems if any in advance and keep the risks in check.

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8 Things You Didn't Know You Needed Until The Semester Started

Belated college essentials.

After you have endured your first semester of college, there are essential things you start to realize you, unfortunately, left off of your enormous shopping list in the beginning. This semester is your chance to get it right.

Ranging from subscriptions you should be on the lookout for to items that seem so minuscule until you actually need them, this is a list of belated college essentials I have compiled for you.

1. Amazon Prime

Free two-day shipping, access to Amazon video, and it’s free for the first six months? What better way to spend money that you don’t have?

2. The Spotify premium/Hulu package

THIS IS A GODSEND. Music streaming and show streaming, a match made in heaven. All for just $5 a month because you’re a student.

3. Water filter

After alternating with my roommate and literally buying a case of water for our room every other week, we decided we’d rather not spend our hard earned coins on buying a 24 pack of water bottles so often when we can have an unlimited supply in our floor sink.

The problem with that was I’d rather die than drink tap water from the sink of the very bathroom that I won’t even walk barefoot in. So, we bought a Brita filter and have been happy and hydrated ever since.

4. Air Wick plugin

Whether it be the scent of sleep sweat or whatever flavor of wings you decided to try last night for dinner, dorm room smells are a thing. They are those smells that become “one with the room” if you don’t do something about it. That perfect and efficient something is an Air Wick plugin. They are the best on the market for the simple fact that they actually WORK (screw you Glade).

Ever since getting one of these (the Fresh Laundry scent aka an actual slice of heaven) the first thing people comment on when they walk into my dorm room is how good it smells.

5. Ramen

STOCK UP ON EXTRA RAMEN. I cannot say it enough. Do it for undergrad culture if not for your own benefit. I came into the semester thinking one case was going to be enough. I then visited home and miraculously came back with 3 more cases. On those days when you just don’t want to leave the comfort of your dorm to find something remotely edible in the dining hall, Ramen will be there for you.

6. Baby wipes

Trust me, they come in handy. A little on the personal side, sometimes there’s a level of clean that toilet paper just cannot get you. They are also great for freshening up in the middle of the day when all that sweat starts to build up. Hygiene is still important ladies and gents!

7. Bluetooth speaker

Sometimes, listening to your music at a normal volume is not enough. A portable Bluetooth speaker is also great for outings, small parties, or just on the go beats.

8. Batteries

Simple, right? Wrong. We use so many things that are battery operated (mostly toiletries) and forget that completely until the batteries in your electric toothbrush are dead and you’re forced to do it the manual way (honestly, boohoo). My roommate and I each bought huge packs of different batteries (triple and double) and have them on hand for whenever the moment comes.

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