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Clean Japan: Mirable Zero showerhead doubles as tooth scrubber

Osaka company Science uses submicron bubbles to create a 'tornado mist'

Mirable Zero offers a new, ring-shaped water stream that washes between teeth and other areas. (Photo courtesy of Science)

OSAKA -- Brush your teeth while you shower on a busy morning? The Osaka-based company Science has just the thing, a showerhead that lets users clean their body, face and hair as well as their teeth and tongue.

The company's Mirable Zero attracted attention even before hitting the market on June 15. Despite pricing the product at nearly 50,000 yen ($370), Science is confident of achieving its Japanese sales target of 500,000 units by the end of March.

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