Proven Most Effective
SwimSpray Solves Your Hair, Skin,
and Body's Chlorine Problem
Chlorine a form of bleach and is an excellent sanitizer, that’s why it’s used in swimming pools, spas, and water parks.
But chlorine bonds to your hair and skin, leaving a film of “bleach” covering your body – you know because you smell like chlorine.
However, it’s not just the chlorine odor. The “bleach” on your hair and skin is commonly associated with causing dry, itchy, and irritated skin and dry, crunchy, and discolored hair.
Shampoos, soaps, and body washes don’t work, because they can’t break the bond between chlorine and your hair and skin.
SwimSpray Protects Your Hair and Skin Health
By Removing Chlorine
SwimSpray uses a patent-pending vitamin C technology to immediately neutralize the chlorine on your body – eliminating the residual chlorine that can damage and irritate your hair and skin.
SwimSpray is the first product that removes the chlorine from your hair and skin.
SwimSpray works in a safe, gentle, and all-natural way.
SwimSpray prevents discoloration and leaves your hair soft and moisturized.
SwimSpray keeps your skin from drying out and becoming itchy or irritated.
SwimSpray is 100% natural, fragrance-free, sulfate-free, and free from artificial colors.
SwimSpray Is Simple & Easy To Use
Use it during your normal shower routine
SwimSpray Really Works
Our Customers Love Using SwimSpray
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Bottom line: I suspect that these cartridges provide chlorine-free water for the lifetime of the cartridge. But, given the mass of the cartridge, I highly doubt that it provides enough vitamin C to provide any other of vitamin C's benefits, such as anti-aging, etc..