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Swimmers' Shampoos and Personal Care

Spending countless hours in a pool can have serious effects on your skin or hair. Here are some common problems associated with chlorine exposure and solutions to those problems.

Effects of chlorinated water on your skin: Dry skin and itching.

Solution: Rinse off with clear and fresh water after each swim or practice. Use a body wash or a soap that helps remove the chlorine side effects. Apply lotion. Consider Summer Solution Soap bar or triswim body wash »

Effects of chlorine on your hair: Dry and rough hair

Solution: Wear a swim cap during your swim. After your workout, rinse off with clear and fresh water. Wash and rinse your hair with swimming shampoo and conditioner. It helps remove chlorine and repair the damaged hairs. Some of the most popular swimming shampoos are Ultra Swim shampoo and Ultra Swim conditioner

A little bit of time spent to wash/rinse can prevent chlorine effects on your skin and hairs.

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What Customers Are Saying...


Reviewing: Tyr Ear DRYING AID

Tyr Clear Ear-Drying Aid


used it before


Reviewing: Dermaswim

I can continue Swimming

BRENT M., HENDERSON, NV | Jan 23 2019

I have acute sensitivity to chlorine. Although this product is expensive and needs to be applied liberally, I only apply it to problem areas and now I can swim everyday in my own and public pools without experiencing an itchy rash.


Reviewing: Summer Solutions One Step Shampoo

I have tried this product before and it is very good.


I recommend this product for the frequently swimmers