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Swimmers know that sticking to a regular workout schedule is good for your health, but terrible for your hair. Routine exposure to chlorinated swimming pools drys out your hair. It seems that no matter what shampoo you try, the chlorine just sticks.
You can tell that the chlorine is still on you because you can smell it, and your hair becomes dry and brittle.
Are you wondering how you can get the health benefits of swimming without having the stereotypical “swimmers’ hair”?
Goodbye Chlorine makes hair care products for swimmers that remove chlorine. You can now get all the chlorine out of your hair by using our shampoos, conditioners and styling products. These products will get the chlorine out and keep your hair looking and feeling healthy.
Use special products like Goodbye Chlorine’s hair care products for swimmers. They instantly remove chlorine. You can now get all the chlorine out of your hair by using our shampoos, conditioners and styling products. These products will get the chlorine out and keep your hair looking and feeling healthy.
Here’s our swimmers’ guide to keeping your hair healthy.
Before and after swimming. 5 minutes.
How to keep your hair healthy while swimming daily.
- Get your hair wet before swimming.
Your hair is like a sponge, and can only soak up so much water. Getting your hair wet in the shower makes it harder for the swimming pool water to get into your hair.
- Wear a swimming cap.
A swimming cap acts as a physical barrier between the pool water and your hair. It’s not a foolproof solution to keeping the chlorinated water off of your hair, but it helps.
- Swimmers’ Shampoo, for Swimmers’ Hair.
- Use styling products made for swimmers.
Finish with styling products made for swimmers. These products will remove any residual chlorine left on your hair from the previous steps and keep your hair looking good all day long.
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