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Nice place: company pays $500 a month for bathing

It is common knowledge that a warm bath is the perfect way to relax and warm up on a cold winter evening. As a bonus to the experience, bath suppliers pay $500 a month to test their products, reports Metro.

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Since water bills don't come cheap, start by making sure your time spent testing your tubs is worth it.

Before accepting this offer, make sure that you can dedicate 1 to 4 hours per week, for which the company will pay approximately $32 per hour, so that you can soak in the bath. That is, in a month you can earn about $500.

The big advantage of this type of work is that it is remote. However, you should be aware that employees company Your bathtub will be replaced with another one at least once a month. This will likely cause some discomfort and may cost extra money.

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Beginner testers should know that the optimal length of stay in the bath is only 22 minutes. This is enough time to take notes and listen to a playlist while you soak in the warm water.

The main thing is not to “overwork”

If you stay in hot water for longer than this time, you will leave the bath feeling dehydrated. Skin irritation may occur and it will become dry.

While it's tempting to take a hot bath and soak in the water, dermatologist Dr. Marisa Garshick, a consultant for skin care brand Skin Proud, explains why you shouldn't do it.

“Prolonged exposure to water while bathing can dry out your skin, causing it to become overly sensitive and irritated,” she said. “Staying too long in the bath can also lead to skin conditions such as eczema.”

If you're not an expert bath tester, Dr. Marissa recommends using warm water because it's less drying and irritating to the skin.

“As soon as you get out of the bath, dry yourself and apply a moisturizer to your skin - it will help retain moisture,” the doctor advises.

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Advertisements for such work are becoming more common as a result of grumbling about the standard 9 to 5 work schedule. In addition, at the end of the pandemic, workers began to quit en masse.

According to LinkedIn, one in five respondents believe that achieving work-life balance is much more difficult today than it was 20 years ago, and 57% of them say that employers are now demanding much more from their employees.

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