Isn’t it funny how some your brilliant ideas occur in the weirdest places? Correct me if I’m wrong but haven’t some of your best ideas come when you’re in the shower and all of a sudden you obtain that “Aha!” moment. If it doesn’t happen in the shower then it happens at the time when you least expect it.
In South Africa, a 22 year old Ludwick Marishane, a student from the University of Cape Coast had his “Aha” moment out of pure laziness. Marishane grew up us a teenager that didn’t have any kind of motivation until he came up with an idea to have something that would have the equivalent outcome of a shower. Several years later, he ended up inventing a product called “DryBath”. DryBath is a clear gel that acts like soap and water when it is applied to the skin.
This product is now used during major airline flights, the government also supplies to soldiers deployed in areas where it’s difficult to bathe regularly. Since Marishane grew up in the rural area of South Africa, he would like for his infamous invention to be available in parts of the world that have limited supply of water.
This is a living testimony that something good can actually come out nothing.