Many people know all too well that chlorine smell that lingers after a day at the pool and what it can do to your hair and skin. Not to mention chlorine can turn beautiful blonde hair green.
Many people put up with the scent of chlorine on their skin and in their hair, even after showering too.
Thank goodness you don’t have to anymore.
In this article, you’ll learn a permanent solution for preventing chlorine damaged hair, rather than curing it.
What Does Chlorine Do to Your Hair?
Hair can become dry and brittle to touch, which indicates that chlorine has flushed all the natural oils away.
The roots of your hair follicles create a substance called sebum, which coats, moisturises and protects your skin.
When chlorine enters your hair, it strips away all sebum, leaving your hair dry and susceptible to split ends and flaking.
Other things you may notice:
- Dry or irritated skin
- Dizziness in or when exiting the shower
- Eye irritation
- Irritated sinuses or airways due to inhalation of chlorine vapor/gas
How to Avoid Chlorine Damaged Hair Entirely
Thankfully, you can remove or neutralise chlorine from your hair with pH balancing shampoos, but as long as you are showering in chlorine, you’re always going to be dealing with the root level problem.
So to avoid all the problems, you need to get rid of the chlorine coming out with a suitable shower head filter.
The Permanent Solution
You can get a simple Vitamin Shower Head Filter or Aquasana Premium Shower Filter, which safely and effectively removes or neutralises 90% of the chlorine in the water before it sprays onto your skin. Alternatively if you're in the bath - use a Sprite Bath Ball filter
A shower head filter will leave you more energised, fresh and invigorated every day.
Whatever shower head water filter you decide, they are all effective at protecting your skin and hair from chlorine damage.
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