When my children were infants of kings they washed themselves. When they were no longer annoyed, however, their normal bathing routine was again after the break and they were again given a shower, which they liked. Rubbing water over them is much healthier as they do not give in to water and soap. They had a few problems with soap in their eyes when they were washing their hair.
Many of my friends who have their own homes have decided to take a shower together, as they have found the extra room much more useful. To me this is a very sound advice.
Baths may have their own absorption space or as a pleasant routine but for many there is little time to take one these days. As my body is now older and getting in and out of the bath has been more difficult for 20 years or more since I moved into another.
This is the case for many elderly people who find it difficult to get out. They also do not provide for the needs of young people. The younger ones, however, prefer movies and are more at home with a faster Splash than a longer one.
The other thing that is dragging is the hardest cleaning. A link that performs undoubtedly has a hard time deleting. Although there are tools to help with the work I prefer a shower. I think that before long builders give you the choice of a better bathroom without the hassle of its main furniture item