I am always lost in thought, it is my most familiar territory.
~ Ludwick Marishane ~
After a long day yesterday I was needing a long bath. (More on that tomorrow.) As I lay there I realized how fortunate I was to have the luxury of being able to wash myself at will, I know I’m such a deep thinker. We have water outages occasionally but we are very fortunate to have a supplementary water tank that if used carefully can last us four or five days.
Clean drinking water is difficult to find for many people and for even more water to bathe in is even more difficult to come by. Enter Ludwick Marishane founder and inventor of DryBath® a no-water cleansing gel that is antibacterial and biodegradable. A product that gives just bathed feeling without ever setting foot in a bathtub or soaping up, DryBath® is odorless and, when applied to the skin, creates a biodegradable cleansing film with moisturizer.
As you watch the talk today, take note of when Ludwick tells us that “…poor communities don’t buy products in bulk.” This is the type of thing we see every day in the campo. People buying one slice of cheese, one small packet of shampoo or one roll of toilet paper. Coming from a world of “buying in bulk” that has been a culture shift for us in the campo.