Swimming in chlorinated pools
Created: March 02, 2012 12:08 PM
Last Modified: March 02, 2012 12:08 PM
Both of our founders, Bob & Wendy, are swimmers. They swim for exercise everyday. They are on the road all the time and recommend ourWindsurfersoap for swimmers. It cleans the skin and deposits lime essential oil on the skin as well a avocado oil. The soap itself helps to draw out thechlorineand the essential oils/oilsreplenishthe skins oils. If the pool is really heavy, the will use our Tortuga lotion on wet skin to add more emollients.
I hope this helps.
I swim in chlorinated pools and it makes my skin itch. Is there anything you recommend that will help?
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