SwimSpray inventor, Andrew Chadeayne was recently featured in an interview with Swimming World. He discusses his path from the competition pool to the manufacturing floor–and his efforts to raise awareness of how to eliminate chlorine from your hair and skin after you get out the pool.
Maybe your relatives won’t ask you why you smell like a pool this holiday season with the help of some chlorine-eliminating solution. Check out SwimSpray!
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Before I was introduced to SwimSpray, my kids literally stunk like chemicals after they swam, no matter how much they washed off afterwards.
I have mentioned it before, but in case you didn’t know I swim a few times per week. The one thing I don’t love about swimming is smelling like bleach even after I shower. I was excited to give SwimSpray a try, because I want to be able to hang out with friends afterward without them knowing I went swimming just by smelling me.
I have tried various kinds of shampoos and conditioners, apple cider vinegar, chemical rinses and even baking soda. But nothing really helped remove the harsh chlorine scent and prevent hair discoloration until I recently discover something called SwimSpray.
Even though we typically swim naked, we always end up coming out of the pool covered head to toe. In chlorine. And Bleach Smell isn’t exactly our preferred fragrance. Not to mention the fact that chlorine makes our skin itch and dries out our beloved silky locks.