Chlorine bonds to the hair and skin, and ordinary soaps aren’t able to properly remove it. This fab natural spray easily removes all traces of chlorine, without irritating or drying your skin and scalp.
Ascorbic acid (vitamin C) is rich in antioxidants, while the gently cleansing essential oils nourish and cleanse your hair.
- Rinse off after swimming, then spray your hair and skin with No More Chlorine Hair Mist.
- Shower and shampoo as usual. You can use No More Chlorine to spray your swimsuit too!
Distilled water, l-ascorbic acid, essential oils
7 out of 7 people would recommend this product16/09/2019, By BridgetteI’m a swimming teacher so I’m in the pool for up to 10 hours a day, this hair mist has helped protect my hair and keeps it healthy. One of the best products I’ve ever used!12/08/2019, By RoxanneWorks wonders29/12/2018, By IckieLove it. Works great. I spray it on my hair too and then just wash my ends with conditioner27/04/2018, By jadeI use this after I swim at the gym, my hair is definitely less straw like and doesn't smell like a pool for days afterwards like it used too!29/01/2018, By TanyaOur entire family swims but the chlorine is inclined to make our hair hard and brittle. Hair oil does protect the hair but can cause your swimming cap to slide up. This hair mist is the answer and its economical (a little goes a long way).28/10/2016, By HeidiMy 9 year old has very fine curly hair and is a swimmer. I bought 2 bottles, one for her and one for her bestie. Both girls LOVE the product. I have found that the product de-tangles and smooths the hair and it definitely counters the effect of chlorine.06/11/2015, By JeanDefinately takes the chlorine smell out of the kids hair!
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