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Nebia VivaSpring
Replacement Showerhead Filter

After 10,000 gallons (or about 6 months), it’s time to replace your showerhead filter. Don’t worry—this replacement is quick and easy.

$16.99 - $26.99
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Do your skin a favor.

Contaminants can leave your skin, scalp, and eyes feeling dry, itchy, and irritated. By filtering impurities like free chlorine, lead, and mercury from your shower water, the Nebia VivaSpring Filtered Shower Head Replacement Filter helps to leave your body feeling soft, smooth, and truly hydrated.

  • effective reduction of irritating contaminants

  • helps prevent shower build-up

  • simple, DIY installation

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Full Features

Reduces irritating contaminants
  • traps free chlorine, lead, and mercury
  • drastically reduces dissolved solids and particulates
  • effective 100% KDF copper-zinc filtration
  • promotes stronger, thicker, frizz-free hair
  • leaves skin feeling soft, smooth, and hydrated
Helps prevent shower build-up
  • reduces contaminants that promote the growth of bacteria and algae
  • helps prevent mold, mildew, and musty odors
Designed for easy installation
  • installs in minutes, with no plumbing experience required
  • replace every 10,000 gallons; approximately every 6 months
  • works with Nebia VivaSpring Filtered Showerhead

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2.75” Dia x 1” H
7 oz
Filtration Media
KDF 55 Process Media
Filter Lifespan
6 months; 10,000 gallons
Model Number/SKU
Certifications & Notices

Tested & Certified to ASME A112.18.1/CSA B125.1 standards Independently tested and certified by IAPMO to NSF/ANSI standard 177 for reduction of free available chlorine (FAC)1

1. This system has not been evaluated for free available chlorine reduction performance in the presence of chloramines. Free available chlorine reduction performance may be impacted by the presence of chloramines in the water supply. Please contact your local water utility to determine if chloramines are used in treating your water.

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