I saw this article about blonde hair published in The Frisky. The article posits that blondes are predisposed to all sorts of problems. As a blonde haired person, this caught my interest.
In the article, the author reminisced about swimming:
“When I was in junior high my best friend’s parents put in a swimming pool. For the next five years, I spent approximately 70% of my waking hours in that pool, and every summer my hair would transform from glistening gold waves into a dull, sickly greenish yellow frizz ball. Was it worth it? Yes. Was it attractive? No. ...”
We solved this problem.
Blondes no longer need to suffer from green hair. We wrote about green hair swimmers' hair a while back and discussed the cause and solution to green hair. This is how to save your hair from chlorine: Use SwimSpray on your hair and skin before your use your regular shower products. SwimSpray is concentrated vitamin C. It’s good for you and it completely eliminates the chlorine from your hair and skin. Here’s how to use SwimSpray. (If you prefer, here’s an instructional video, showing how to use SwimSpray.