No more shaking the shampoo bottle

No more shaking the shampoo bottle

Scientists have developed a plastic bottle that drains every morsel of shampoo.

Gone will be the days of furiously shaking the last of your favourite foam to no avail, after lab geniuses found a way to make the sludgy liquid slide out of its container with little more than a squeeze.

The new way of draining the remains of shampoo or detergent bottles uses a new nanoparticle technology that will be coated on the likes of soap and shampoo bottles.

It means there'll be no more taking a pair of scissors to the bottle to make a new exit or squeezing the last of the bottle.