The 10 Best Shower Heads With Filters

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This wiki has been updated 22 times since it was first published in April of 2017. Water chlorination is a ubiquitous part of modern life in most areas, and it can cause various problems when bathing. Whether you're looking to achieve smoother skin, maintain healthier hair, or reduce hard water and scale deposits, one of these shower heads with filters can help. They can also save you money by allowing soaps and shampoos to lather up better, reducing your use of toiletries. When users buy our independently chosen editorial recommendations, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. PureAction SH158

2. HotelSpa Ultra-Luxury 1954

3. HotelSpa 1145

Editor's Notes

April 01, 2019:

Showering may feel great, but with the all the chlorine added to our tap water, it can actually be bad for the skin and hair. These filtered shower heads can solve that problem for you though. If you can decide between a fixed-head or handheld model, then you'll want to take a look at the HotelSpa Ultra-Luxury 1954, which is a combo unit that allows you to use both heads at the same time. Of course, many of the handheld models work just as well as fixed units when you place them in the holder. So technically, the PureAction SH158, HotelSpa 1145, Miniwell L750-W, and WaterChef SF-7C can also be used in either way. Some people may not need to move their shower head around and may find the hanging hose to be a bit of a nuisance. If you are in this group, you'll want to take a look at the VivaSpring FSH25-CB, Culligan WSH-C125, Sakaika SH-B388, Aquasana AQ-4100, and Culligan RDSH-C115. If simply taking a hot shower isn't relaxing enough for you, consider the PureAction SH158, which also has aromatherapy properties.

4. VivaSpring FSH25-CB

5. Miniwell L750-W

6. WaterChef SF-7C

7. Culligan WSH-C125

8. Sakaika SH-B388

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9. Aquasana AQ-4100

10. Culligan RDSH-C115

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