We’re always looking for new ways to protect our children - and that goes for in the swimming pool too. Whether you want to find out what chlorine does to children’s skin or how to treat your child’s hair post-swim, we have all the facts to help keep your little water babies protected and leave you safe in the knowledge that you’re doing the best you can.
Chlorine is a very safe, widely used disinfectant that is used in swimming pools to help kill harmful bacteria that can thrive in warm water. If your child is a frequent swimmer you’ll know that chlorine gets everywhere and the smell can linger on towels and swimming costumes for days after leaving the pool.
When chlorine makes regular contact with the hair it can suck out the sebum (a natural lubricant), resulting in a dry, frizzy mane. Over time, this can lead to the weakening of the hair shaft, meaning it becomes more prone to breaking. Our Vosene Kids After Swim Hair & Body Wash is perfect to use after a trip to the pool as it removes chlorine and other impurities whilst gently cleansing the scalp and skin. Try to establish an easy-to-follow hair care routine at the swimming pool early on – your precious protégés will thank you for it in the end.
Thankfully for busy parents, there are a number of quick and easy steps you can take to help protect the hair. Read on to discover our savvy suggestions below:
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