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.
Did you spring ahead this week? The weekend seemed to go by so fast, but it was nice that it was lighter longer. It was 70 degrees today and I loved it! So looking forward to spring and summer this year! Below are some fun picks for hair care, sun care and makeup to help you spring ahead in style!
My family loves this product. It has saved our hair from chlorine damage and kept us from smelling like a swimming pool! We used Swimspray immediately after swimming in our local pool. It is very easy to use and works every time.
My chlorine problems went deeper than just the residue on my hair. I normally swim on my lunch break, and I would show up to teach my afternoon classes smelling like a pool. I would also spend all evening scratching my dry, chlorine-irritated skin.
This product uses a patent-pending vitamin C technology to immediately neutralize the chlorine on your hair and skin after swimming in chemically-treated water, eliminating the residual chlorine that can damage and irritate your hair and skin. This residual chlorine is commonly associated with causing dry, itchy, and irritated skin and dry, crunchy, and discolored hair.
Outdoor pool season may be over for many, but if you swim year round, you no longer need to smell like chlorine after getting out of the pool. Used after swimming, SwimSpray eliminates chlorine odor and irritation from hair and skin.
When my son climbs into the shower after a swim, he wets down his hair and body, and then sprays them generously with SwimSpray. Then he shampoos and washes as usual. He no longer smells like chlorine, and his hair is looking much healthier! He thinks it’s fun to spray it on his hair, so I have no trouble at all getting him to use it.