You might think that taking good care of your hair is as simple as shampooing and conditioning, however, depending on the type of hair you want to treat, you’ll have to choose a different conditioner.
In this article, you’ll learn how to choose the right conditioner and which the best conditioner for swimmers’ hair is.
Chlorine, bromine, and sea salt are used all over the world to sanitize swimming pools, and even though they are excellent at killing bacteria, viruses, and microbes, they have negative side effects on our skin when there’s repeated exposure.
So what can we do to protect our skin from pool and sea chemicals?
In this article, we are going to share with you only the best skin care tips for swimmers. These tips are meant to cover all of the bases so you don’t have to do anything else to keep your skin healthy.
If you've been swimming for a while, then I'm sure you've already realized how tough chlorinated water is on our hair.
So, what can we do to protect our hair from chlorine while swimming?
In this article, we are going to share with you a hair care kit for swimmers that consists of three products. These products will help you keep your hair healthy and shiny (even with frequent chlorine exposure).
If you’ve been dyeing your hair for a while then you realize how brittle and damaged it can get after dyeing it a few times. Then combine colored hair and chlorine and you’ll have a recipe for disaster.
So what can we do to protect colored hair from chlorine?
In this article, we are going to share with you 5 ways to protect your hair from chlorine before and after swimming.
If you’ve been swimming for a while, you’ve probably noticed some light hair such as blond hair may turn green when swimming in a pool. But have you ever thought about why it turns green in the first place?
In this article, we’ll talk about why hair turns green, how to prevent it, and some remedies you can use if your hair has already turned green.