Happy Valentine's Day!
Many swimmers complain about "oozing chlorine" or "sweating chlorine," which may not be considered romantic by the non-swimmers in your life.
As we once pointed out, the residual chlorine on a swimmers' body can react with perfume or cologne
. So, that scent your were looking for may turn out coming off of your body as the chlorinated version.
Fortunately, all of these problems can be easily solved by using SwimSpray to get the chlorine off
of your hair and skin after swimming. SwimSpray will leave you smelling, well, normal
. Then, you won't have to worry about this:
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