CHLORINE IN POOLS MAY CONTRIBUTE TO HAIR DISCOLORATION AND HAIR THNNING
Released on: February 8, 2008, 11:11 pm
Press Release Author: Chris Parker
Press Release Summary: The department of research writing at Quick Hair Loss Treatment reports studies reveal that chlorinated pool water results in hair discoloration and hair thinning in regular swimmers.
Press Release Body: Hair Discoloration and Hair Thinning May be the Result of Chlorinated Pool water or its friction Atlanta, Georgia, 09/02/2008 - The department of research writing at Quick Hair Loss Treatment reports studies reveal that chlorinated pool water results in hair discoloration and hair thinning in regular swimmers.
Some pools contains higher levels of chlorine that may irritate a swimmers skin. Though chlorinated water often results hair thinning and hair discoloration, it is not necessary to develop such conditions in all cases.
The severity of the condition may depend upon your skin susceptibility and your immune response. The skin gets slightly scratchy and irritated and then hairloss and hair discoloration occurs. The research further studies that discoloration of hair is certainly caused by swimming in chlorinated pool water but the issues relating hair thinning are still not convincing. The Report suggests that chlorinated pool water does cause hair thinning and hair damage but does not result in complete Baldness .
Therefore, it is advised to regular swimmers to use skin nourishment tonics and wear protective headgear for swimming. It is also advised to use chlorine cleansers in the pool.
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