How to Treat Chlorine Damaged Hair

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The chlorine present in the swimming pool water can lead to hair follicle damage and hair breakage. Watch how you can treat ♥swimming pool hair♥ using natural ingredients available in your kitchen! Click here to subscribe : Check other awesome ♥♥♥ ORGANIC MAKEUP ♥♥♥ videos:


Swimming Pool Hair Remedy:

• The chlorine present in swimming pool water causes hair
damage & hair breakage
• It deprives hair of its natural oils making it dry & frizzy

Natural ingredients:

• Help hair produce natural oils
• Nourish the hair
• Prevent hair fall
• Aid hair growth

Remedy for swimming pool hair using apple cider vinegar, lemon and essential oils:

Vinegar can help remove chlorine from the shaft of the hair & also restore its lost shine

1. Add 2 cups of apple cider vinegar into a glass bottle jar
2. Add 10 drops of your favorite essential in it. You can choose
between lavender, lemon & rosemary oils
3. Cover the mixture in the jar and allow it to blend for 1 or two
4. Once it’s blended, mix ½ tbsp of the mixture in 1 cup of water
5. Use this on washed hair
6. After this, once again rinse your hair with cold water

Remedy for swimming pool hair using soda, lemon and orange:

The acidity of citrus juices combined with effect of carbonated water, helps to remove any chlorine and impurities from the hair

1. You will need 1 glass of carbonated water or club soda
2. Add to this 4 tbsp lemon juice
3. Also, add 4 tbsp orange juice
4. Mix it well
5. Use this over washed hair
6. Once done, rinse hair with cold water

Try make this remedy close to application time
It is recommended that this remedy be used once a week for best results.


• Soak hair in chlorinated water before swimming
• Wear a swimming cap while swimming



These remedies are based on the principles of Ayurveda, the ancient Indian science of healing, and are completely natural, non-invasive, and can be prepared at home. Consult your doctor if the symptoms persist. Refer to the terms of use on our website



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