Chlorine and Your Shower

Posted by newmarketnaturals on 12/1/2012 to Water Facts
Taking long, hot showers is a health risk, according to research presented last week in Anaheim, California, at a meeting of the American Chemical Society. Showers—and to a lesser extent baths—lead to a greater exposure to toxic chemicals contained in water supplies than does drinking water.

Skin Absorption of Contaminants In Water: Why Shower Filters are Important

Posted by newmarketnaturals on 12/1/2012
Several EPA surveys, taken during the last several years, indicate that both finished and ground water supplies throughout the United States have been contaminated with volatile organic compounds. The compounds and concentrations vary considerably by location but are generally highest in the industrialized areas east of the Mississippi River.

Water: The Foundation of the Body - Protect your Body with a Water Filter

Posted by newmarketnaturals on 12/1/2012 to Water Facts
You Are What You Drink and Bathe In!

Shower Filters May Be Critical THM Defense

Posted by newmarketnaturals on 12/1/2012 to Water Facts
Study says chlorination by-products are absorbed at high rates in showers.

Why It's Important to Use a Water Purifier: Chlorine Burns Hair, Stylist Says

Posted by newmarketnaturals on 12/1/2012 to Water Facts
VANCOUVER—This city’s top hairdresser Derek London charges his clients are getting burned by the city.

How our Water Filters Remove Chlorine and Lead and Purifies Water

Posted by newmarketnaturals on 12/1/2012 to Water Facts
The state-of-the-art technology that filters chlorine, sulfur, smell, rust water and traces of heavy metals in The ShowerFilterStore Filter is multi-fold. We use a copper-zinc filtration media and Chlorgon™ (mineral salts). Our “Rainshow’r®” bath filter uses a copper-zinc media and quartz crystals.

Chlorine Vapours - The Hidden Menace In Your Shower and the Chlorine Filters That Remove Them

Posted by newmarketnaturals on 11/20/2012
Evidence continues to mount that the chlorine added as a disinfectant to public water systems is a health hazard, and that many people may be getting much more exposure to chlorine and its toxic byproducts by inhaling it in the shower than by drinking it in their tap water.

Chlorine Can Make Some Blonds Green, and Itchy, Too

Posted by newmarketnaturals on 7/26/1990 to Water Facts
Nothing feels better on a hot day than a dip in a cool pool. And nothing, apparently, is as hard on hair and skin as repeated dips in that pool.
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