Waterpik EcoFlow Shower Head Giveaway #EcoFlow


I love a nice long hot shower, who doesn’t right? But taking those long showers are not great for our finances or the environment. We do just about everything  we can to be more eco-friendly. It was a challenge in the beginning, but comes natural now. One thing we did not change was our shower heads. I’ve been meaning to, but just never did.

Check out the Waterpik EcoFlow shower head we got to try out!

These Waterpik EcoFlow shower heads are made to save water and money without sacrificing your shower! The flow of water through the water channels and nozzles is optimized by the OptiFlow technology. Which basically means you save a gallon of water per minute, but still get a great shower!

WaterPik is partnering with Wyland Foundation’s national “Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation” in celebration of Earth Month, encouraging people to take the pledge to save water throughout April.

The Mayor’s Challenge is a friendly competition between residents of cities across the U.S., in which mayors will be asking their residents to make a free, online pledge to conserve water, save money and reduce pollution. Residents in the cities with the most participants will qualify to win hundreds of prizes, including Waterpik® EcoFlow® shower heads.

Will you take the pledge to save water? One thing you can do that’s super easy is turn the water off while brushing your teeth. Encourage your kids to the same!


So we’ve had the shower head up for about a week and while I love that I’m saving money and doing good by  the environment, I kinda feel like I’m in a cheap hotel with not enough water pressure. Which is what it’s supposed to be, but….Sometimes I want a  stronger shower, you know?

I love that I can take off the head and use it to get the shampoo out of my daughter’s hair. It’s much easier to do. So I will keep the Waterpik EcoFlow shower head, but I will place it in the kids bathroom. They take longer showers anyway and the savings will be more there!

Check out EcoFlow’s Facebook page.

Would you like to try it out? One Mommy Has to Work will win the Waterpick EcoFlow shower head, valued at $51.99. See below for details.

I received the above product for review purposed from Mom Select. Opinions are my own.



I'm a mother of 2 who likes to get involved in too much! Besides writing here I started a non-profit, I'm on the PTO board, very active in my community and volunteer in the school. I enjoy music, reading, cooking, traveling and spending time with my family. We just adopted our 3rd cat and love them all!

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  1. Dominique says:

    I wash only full loads of laundry. And we have the low flow toilets in our house. (Nikki Marie on rafflecopter)

  2. I turn the water off, take shorter showers, compost, water early

  3. Mary Beth Elderton says:

    Several things–only run full loads of laundry or dishes, turn off the faucet when brushing teeth or cleaning the kitchen. I also collect rainwater to use on the plants even on my little apartment porch.

  4. Wash only full loads of laundry.

  5. connie black says:

    I make sure that I only run my dishwasher and washing machine with completely full loads.

  6. Wash/dry clothes only w/ a full load, turn off the water when shaving, washing our faces, brushing our teeth, and we actually time our showers and make it into a contest who can take the shortest shower but no skimping on washing body parts/hair! We put a waterproof clock in the bathroom. I constantly lose this one because Mommy has to use conditioner but Daddy and kids don’t! We also place a bucket in the shower to collect awter while waiting for the right temperature which we use to water our garden.

  7. we have a timer for the showers- 5 mins
    tcogbill at live dot com

  8. Maryann D. says:

    We do not leave the water running while brushing teeth, take quick showers, run full loads of laundry and dishwasher.

  9. I try to conserve water by taking short showers, doing full loads of laundry, not letting water run.

  10. I try to conserve water by washing my clothes in cold water and by making sure the load is full.

  11. tung ton says:

    full capacity cold water clothes washing & short showers with low flow showerheads

  12. Rebecca Graham says:

    I wait until I have a full load before washing clothes.

  13. Tons of things ! Water outside only when dark, wash laundry in cold mostly, time limit on showers.
    Endless things, too many to mention

  14. Pauline Milner says:

    We always turn the water off while brushing our teeth.

    Thanks for the great giveaway opportunity. ~Pauline

  15. Carrie Phelps says:

    The big thing I do to save water is to shut if off while brushing my teeth! I then turn the water back on once I’m ready to rinse.

  16. Audra Weathers says:

    In the Summer I like to save rainwater to water my flowers.

  17. Maryann D. says:
  18. we have a special showerhead in our master bath that shuts off when the water gets to the desired temp in case you don’t jump in the shower right away. (this showerhead would be for my daughter’s bathroom)

  19. Veronica R says:

    We only run full loads of laundry and dirty dishes. We dont leave the water run when we brush our teeth and I reuse my kids swimming pool water in the summer to water my garden.

  20. Vicki Wurgler says:

    wash full loads, don’t let the faucets run and collect rainwater to water my flowers

  21. Latanya says:

    we do not let the water run while brushing our teeth

  22. Marisa May says:

    We take showers, turn off the water while brushing teeth, use a rain barrel to collect water for gardens.

  23. I turn the shower off while I’m lathering up and washing, then I turn the water back on to rinse!

  24. Lauren B says:

    Turning off the water while brushing my teeth and taking showers instead of baths

  25. Andrea v says:

    Only run dishwasher with a full load, same with laundry