#showerorange? Why everyone on TikTok is eating oranges in the shower

From hair masks to body scrubs, everyone has their own bathroom rituals. But there’s a particular new trend on TikTok that’s spreading fast: eating oranges in the shower.

Although it may seem like a strange thing, millions of people around the world have started eating an orange while showering and then uploading the video on TikTok.

Yes, that’s right, you got it right. This is the latest trend to go viral on TikTok, where it currently has more than 4.5 million views.

If you’re wondering how this trend started, how it works, and why people decided to eat oranges in the shower, read on because we’ve got answers to all your questions about the new TikTok trend.

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To participate in the current trend on TikTok, just grab an orange and go to the bathroom to turn on the water in the shower.

Once in the shower, start peeling and eating your fruit, enjoying all those citrus benefits.

While there’s no way to say for sure who first invented this shower experiment, some believe the trend didn’t originate on TikTok.

In fact, some social media users have linked the trend to a Reddit post from 2015, the same year a “Shower Orange” subreddit was created, which has more than 80,000 members.

However, the trend has taken hold lately on the social application with over 4.5 million views.

Eating an orange in the shower has become such a viral trend thanks to the benefits it seems to bring.

According to videos circulating on the app and social media in general, there are several reasons why people take their citrus with them in the shower.

In fact, for some, the smell of oranges would promote a happier mood and even relieve stress. For others, however, the energizing aromatic scent of orange gives the feeling of being in a luxury hotel or spa; which again has a positive effect on the mood.

Other reasons supporting the trend of eating oranges in the shower are related to the nutritional profile of this same fruit.

Oranges, like all citrus fruits, are actually rich in vitamin C and fiber; substances that are very good for health, but which we usually lack.

Participating in this trend could then (subconsciously) increase your vitamin C and fiber intake.

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