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ted

If you had to walk a mile for a jug of water every day, as millions of people do, it’s unlikely you’d use that precious water to bathe. Young entrepreneur Ludwick Marishane tells the amazing, funny story of how he invented a cheap, clean and convenient solution: DryBath, the world’s first bath-substituting lotion.

time

“A South African college student’s new invention could change the world for those of us too lazy to shower — and potentially save millions of lives. ”

time

“Our panel of millennials worked with TIME editors to select young digital moguls, health pioneers and teachers from around the globe.”

cnn

(CNN) — Too lazy to have a shower? Worry no more, there’s a lotion for that.

mtv

Five of Africa’s inspiring trailblazers have been nominated for the inaugural “MTV Base Leadership Award” created by Viacom International Media Networks Africa and MTV Base as part of the 2014 MTV Africa Music Awards (MAMA) KwaZulu-Natal.

redbull

Ludwick Marishane featured on Red Bull Amaphiko

engineering

Ludwick Marishane’s life changing engineering inspiration came during a lazy day of sunbathing. His friend didn’t want to take a bath and wondered aloud why no one had invented a pill or lotion to take the place of showering. A few years later Ludwick had created the Dry Bath Gel, a waterless shower substitute.

forbes

Young entrepreneurs are changing the face of Africa. I set out to produce a list of the 30 Africans under 30 years old who are making the most dramatic impact across the continent.

huffpo-logo

Late last year, 21 year-old Ludwick Marishane of Cape Town, South Africa was named the 2011 Global Student Entrepreneur of the Year at the 2011 GSEA (Global Student Entrepreneur Awards), beating out 1,600 other student nominees from 42 countries.

aljazeera

A South African university student has invented a product that could help millions of people keep clean. It is already proving popular with soldiers and airline passengers.

gizmodo

When finding a steady source of potable water is challenge enough in the developing world who has the time—or water—to take a shower? One South African student may have the answer with a unique, water-less shower gel—that he invented on his dumb phone.

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