Who can argue with the facts: Swimmers literally immerse themselves in chlorinated water for hours at a time.
From a chemical standpoint, we are talking about being submerged in diluted bleach. (Have you noticed how your pool smells a bit like the bleach in the laundry?)
As if swimming in bleach isn't enough, swimmers also shower with shampoo and soap to "wash the pool" off of them after practice too.
Oddly enough, hours and even days after swimming and showering...most swimmers notice a curious thing--they still smell. Not bad like "b.o." bad...
...but they reek of chlorine...that potent bleach-like pool smell.
That can't be good...can it?
Because your skin is simply full of chlorine. Chlorine molecules are stubborn and they don't let go of your skin and hair cells and literally bonds with your body. This bond is strong. Like a cement bond, only stronger.....
Even though you wash and shower and soap and lather and rinse....the chlorine is still gonna be there....in the pores of your skin and the very shaft of your hair. The chlorine will be there until it kills itself eating away at your body.
Luckily, SwimSpray was invented. It is the "bond-breaker". It works on a molecular level to neutralize chlorine’s chemical bond to your hair and skin. So, when you spray it on, and rinse it off...the chlorine goes down the drain.
We like to ask people to take a simple test called the "Lick Test".
...smell gone? (yep..told you so. NOW you're officially clean.)
Try the lick test and let us know if you pass or failed on our Facebook page.