Ludwick Marishane, the youngest patent holder in South Africa, did not want to take a bath. One day in high school, Marishane and his friends were joking around, imagining ways to get clean without the indignity or waste of time that, as teenage boys, they naturally found bathing to be. With no computer and limited internet access, he began to compile information on various lotions, oils, and skincare products, and eventually, over years, this research became DryBath, a non-water-based bath substitute.
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