Patent application title: "Aquagenisis" - shampoo emitting hair Scrubber
Veronica Ann Temple (Bessemer, AL, US)
IPC8 Class: AA47K700FI
Class name: Implements combined brush and massage-tool
Publication date: 2011-08-04
Patent application number: 20110185521
The embodiment is a circular body, top, on/button, and shampoo dispensing
button produced of plastic that incorporates a soft rubber material
compound used for the handle, massaging nubs, and the shampoo inlet
reservoir. The embodiment incorporate shock absorption features located
on the inside of the removable handle, and provides easy hand-gripping
1. Embodiment presented herein provides for a shampoo emitting hair
scrubber also known as "AQUAGENISIS" that allows for shampooing of hair
and/or massaging scalp while showering. In the embodiments, the shampoo
emitting hair scrubber also known as "AQUAGENISIS" includes a stretchable
handle that holds the shampoo emitting hair scrubber also known as
"AQUAGENESIS" in place, a lightweight plastic circular body with a
removable top which houses the battery compartment and, a shampoo
dispensing button, a shampoo inlet reservoir, an indicator light, hair
scalp massagers, and on/off switch, and shampoo emitting holes. The
embodiment is compact that makes for easy use at home as well as for easy
storage when traveling.
2. The embodiment presented herein also known as "AQUAGENISIS" can be used as a pet groomer on wet or dry hair with or without the massage function.
3. The embodiment presented herein "AQUAGENISIS" massager nubs can be used to massage aching body parts.
CROSS-REFERENCE TO RELATED APPLICATIONS
 This application claims the benefit of and priority to provisional patent application Ser. No. US/60/906,885 filed on Mar. 15, 2007 by the sole inventor, Veronica Ann Temple.
 "AQUAGENISIS" is a shampoo emitting hair brush and scalp massager (the unique feature is that you can shampoo your hair and/or massage the scalp simultaneously) that allows for individual users to enjoy shampooing their hair while showering or bathing. Because the embodiment is made of lightweight plastic material, which makes it easy to maintain, and the handle is made of stretchable material which is firmly attached to the removable top, all parts are simple to operate and keep together. The plastic material that the base, top, massager nubs, and body is made of comes, in a basic color of white body and top; with the handle and massaging nubs matching in color of blue. on Mar. 15, 2007 by the sole inventor, Veronica Ann Temple.
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BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF DRAWINGS
 FIG. 1A is drawing of the actual product, "AQUAGENISIS" indicating all the components.
 FIG. 1B is a drawing depicting an individual using "AQUAGENISIS", the shampoo emitting hair brush, while showering.
 FIG. 1C is a drawing depicting how a human hand slides under the handle with the fingertips touching the shampoo dispensing button.
 FIG. 2A is a drawing depicting of "AQUAGENISIS" removable top referenced in FIG. 1A.
 FIG. 2B is drawing depicting of "AQUAGENISIS" battery storage compartment referenced in FIG. 1A.
 FIG. 3 is a drawing depicting the placing of the product, "AQUAGENISIS" in a clear plastic bag for storage when traveling.
 I, Veronica Ann Temple, sole inventor of "AQUAGENISIS" (shampoo emitting hair brush idea) being a person who enjoys multitasking, thought that it would be a good idea to combine washing your hair while showering to cut down on the time it takes to get ready to start or end the day. However, on numerous occasions, I found myself grabbing the wrong product out of the shower caddy and using too much shampoo, due to my eyes being closed to prevent shampoo from getting into them.
 Generally, devices which store and dispense liquids have been in use for many years. These devices commonly referred to as liquid dispensers, have been constructed in a wide variety of shapes and sizes, since as far back as 1969. So I thought that I would invent a functioning device specifically tailored for the washing of hair and massaging the scalp (either individually or simultaneously) while showering.
 Then I thought about it further and realized that it would be a lot more convenient and time saving to have a shampoo emitting hair brush that held enough shampoo for an individual wash and massaging of the scalp, compact in size enough to travel with so that my favorite shampoo bottles would not get thrown away at the airport when I am traveling, and designed for easy use.
 It is in light of these and other similar circumstances that the following application for "AQUAGENISIS" is being presented.
 Embodiments presented herein are generally related to a shampoo emitting hair brush also knows as "AQUAGENISIS". The embodiment presented stretchable handle allows for a firm grip, easy accessibility to the shampoo dispensing button, can be used to shampoo and massage wet hair, as a massager on dry hair, a massager on aching body parts, as a teaching tool to help young children learn to wash their hair, and as a pet groomer with or without the shampoo function. In addition, the embodiment presented meets the post 911 federal and international mandated transportation requirements of allowing only three ounces of shampoo or less in carry on or checked baggage when traveling, especially by airplane.
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