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 Is Simple & Easy To Use
Use it during your normal shower routine
SwimSpray Really Works
Our Customers Love Using SwimSpray
SwimSpray Is Making A Splash
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My kids love swimming, but chlorine bothers their dry skin and dries out their hair, so we were happy to test Swim Spray Chlorine Removal Spray. The product inventor claims, "a swimmer never has to smell like chlorine again with SwimSpray." Fact or fiction? Let's find out.
Some of you may have loved the days of old with lemon juice to remove the chlorine from your hair, as a blond and spending many a summers poolside and with swimmers hair, lemon juice was my bane. Neck cricked over, towel on my head and constantly showering off. Knowing how much I did not enjoy this past time I surely will not inflict this on my children.
"Tap Water Trouble" in Florence, Mississippi. The residents are complaining that their water is "full of chemicals," namely chlorine. The problem here appears to be the government's position that it's "just" chlorine, which means that there is no health risk.
According to PoPville, Washington, DC's water will be chlorinated from March 23 to May 4th. Isn't Washington, DC's water always chlorinated? No. Washington, DC's water is normally treated with chloramine not chlorine.