If there's one downside to cooling off with a dip in the pool, it's got to be those chlorine side effects. It's harsh on your hair, dries you out and let's face it, makes you reek of chemicals. SwimSpray was designed to combat chlorine odor and stop it from irritating your skin and hair.
Invented by Andrew Chadeayne, a swimmer himself, it is a fragrance free liquid that's lightweight and feels like regular water. It is 100% natural and uses vitamin C based technology. The vitamin C (as Sodium Ascorbate and Ascorbic Acid) being the key ingredient because it neutralizes and breakdown the chlorine, which soaps and shampoos can't do.
1.) After swimming, rinse off in the shower.
2..) Next, spray Swimspray on your hair, and skin.
3.) Shower normally with shampoo or soap.
(It also states you can skip the soap and just rinse off again with water). This is good flexibility. If you're at someone else's house you may not have the option to fully shower off. Instead, just spritz it on and hose it off.
The 4 oz. bottle is advertised to last you 600 sprays, or 20-30 swims. For me personally, that definitely sounds like enough to last me an entire summer and I'm looking forward to giving it a go!
Have you tried SwimSpray? How was your experience?