There are several types of shower heads in a variety of shapes, sizes, styles and colour finishes:
Fixed shower heads: These are mounted on the wall or ceiling and cannot be moved.
Handheld shower heads: These have a detachable hose that allows you to hold the shower head in your hand and direct the water flow to specific areas of your body. The handheld shower comes in a variety of shapes and sizes and is available with optional settings.
Rail showers: Are showers where the shower head is connected to a slide bar which allows you to vary the position of the shower head. It is detachable and allows you to hold the shower head in your hand. The handheld shower comes in a variety of shapes and sizes and is available with optional settings.
Rain shower heads: These are mounted on the ceiling or off the wall and have a wide diameter to provide a gentle, rain-like flow of water.
High-pressure shower heads: These have smaller nozzles that produce a strong, concentrated flow of water.
Dual shower heads: These have two separate shower heads that are used independently using a water diverter incorporated on the side bar attached to the rail. The overhead shower head comes in a variety of sizes and styles. Depending on your choice of handheld or rail shower head you will have the option of variable settings.
Massage shower heads: These have multiple nozzles that produce a pulsating flow of water to massage sore muscles. This function is available on a variety of shower heads.
LED shower heads: These have built-in LED lights that change color based on the water temperature.
Waterfall shower heads: These have a wide, flat design that produces a sheet of water similar to a waterfall.
Shower body jets: Shower body jets are jets or nozzles that are installed in the walls of a shower enclosure and are designed to direct streams of water towards the user's body. They are typically located at shoulder height or higher, and are intended to provide a massage-like experience or to help rinse off soap and shampoo. Some shower body jets are adjustable and can be turned on or off as desired, while others are fixed in place. Some showers may have just a few body jets, while others may have many. Body jets can be powered by the same water supply as the showerhead, or they may have their own separate water supply. They are often used in conjunction with a showerhead and other shower features, such as a handheld sprayer or a rain shower head.