how to naturally remove chlorine from hair

 

How To Naturally Remove Chlorine From Hair

What you need to know

 

I’m sure you’re not stranger to that chlorine smell your body has after swimming in the pool for an hour or two. Personally, I have accepted it as my new cologne after swimming. But at some point you may want to get rid of that chlorine smell and smell like a human again. This is where swim sprays come in handy. You can buy one bottle of swim spray which cost roughly 12 dollars. Swim spray link: swimspray.com Or you can get some water and ascorbic acid(vitamin c) and make your own for a fraction of the cost.  If you look at the ingredient on one of the swim-spray cans you will see that one can of swim-spray contains water, sodium ascorbate and ascorbic acid. According to Wikipedia, sodium ascorbate is one of the mineral salts of ascorbic acid and ascorbic acid is vitamin c. So essentially, purchasing a can of swim spray is purchasing vitamin c water. To make your own swim-spray at the fraction of the cost follow the steps below:

 

Step 1: Purchase a bottle of vitamin c crystal (ascorbic acid) at amazon for $9.85. Link :NOW Foods Vitamin C Crystals — 8 oz

Step 2: Get a 2 oz or 4 oz spray bottle Step 3:how to naturally remove chlorine from hair/ best chlorine removal product/ DIY chlorine removal Add 1-tsp of ascorbic acid for every 2 oz of water

Step 4: Add to your favorite shampoo while taking a shower

Step 5: Enjoy.

 

Let’s do the math. An 8 ounce bottle of  vitamin c crystals is 48 tsp. At a cost of roughly $10 for the vitamin c crystals and 1 tsp for every 2 oz of water gives 0.17 cents per 2 oz bottle. This just gives you an idea of how much money shampoo companies put into packaging, marketing and salaries. If this post was helpful please leave a comment below and subscribe to my blog post. Link: Subscribe


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