My whole family enjoys swimming and being near the water. Living in Florida makes this very easy for us. The weather is usually fantastic even in the middle of the winter here. I think my kids would choose to be fish if they could, as much as they all enjoy swimming. However, if there is one thing that I dislike about swimming in pools, it’s the chlorine! We are all blonde haired and chlorine really does a number on our hair. It totally dries out our hair and can even leave it discolored as well. Also, chlorine just plain smells bad! Who wants that stinky smell on their skin? Not me!
So how do avid swimmers get rid of chlorine in their hair and skin….naturally? Use Swimspray Chlorine Removal Spray of course! Swimspray is a 100% natural, fragrance free way to safely remove all of that chlorine from your hair and skin. Basically, Swimspray is made up of water and several forms of vitamin C. Yes, that’s it! There’s no need for a long list of chemicals that you can’t pronounce to get the job done.
How do you use it? It’s very simple. After swimming, just rinse off in the shower. Then add 20-30 sprays of Swimspray to your hair and skin. Swimspray takes only a few seconds to completely neutralize the chlorine. Then, shower normally. If you wish, you can use the lather from your favorite shampoo, soap, or body wash to spread SwimSpray over your body. You can use Swimspray several times a day if you need to as well. Anyone can use Swimspray….from children over the age of 6 months, to seasoned athletes.
My family loves this product. It has saved our hair from chlorine damage and kept us from smelling like a swimming pool! We used Swimspray immediately after swimming in our local pool. It is very easy to use and works every time. I love that Swimspray is 100% natural and so it’s safe to use on children. Our hair has remained soft and hasn’t changed color at all, which I can say must be due to the use of Swimspray. I highly recommend this product to anyone who loves swimming but doesn’t love the effects of chlorine!Read more at http://simplyathomemom.com/2015/02/27/review-swimspray-chlorine-removal-spray/#sQlrYSR8WkWOhL6d.99