Chlorine rash? Chlorine allergy? We've received a handful of questions about whether SwimSpray will help with these problems. Unfortunately, the answer to this question is not as simple as it seems. The "chlorine rash" or "chlorine allergy" that many people report from swimming in pools, spas, or hot tubs, is not an allergic reaction to chlorine. It could be chlorine but it also could be a reaction to microrganisms in the water. For this reason, we do not hold SwimSpray out as a cure for chlorine rashes or chlorine allergies.
Sometimes the "chlorine allergy" or "chlorine rash" is really just really dry or chemically irritated skin. If that is the case for you, then SwimSpray will help. SwimSpray completely eliminates the lingering chlorine (aka malignant chlorine) from your hair and skin so that it doesn't continue to irritate and eat away at your hair and skin. Accordingly, you may notice that you rash dissipates because you aren't exposing your skin to so much malignant chlorine. However, to be sure, you should ask your dermatologist to identify the cause of your rash.