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$22.95 Turn Your Shower into a Chlorine FREE Zone - $22.95 to $124.95

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Water Filtration Published date: July 1, 2012 Modified date: July 1, 2012

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Product Description

Most people regard a hot shower or bath as one of life's little pleasures. However, what many people don't realize is the danger of chlorine in the water. Although chlorine is universally used to disinfect water, it is not safe for drinking, showering or bathing.

"Chlorine is so dangerous" according to biologist/chemist Dr. Herbert Schwartz," that it should be banned. Putting chlorine in the water is like starting a time bomb. Cancer, heart trouble, premature senility, both mental and physical, are conditions attributable to chlorine-treated water supplies. It is making us grow old before our time by producing symptoms of aging such as hardening of the arteries."

Chlorine and Your Health

Showering may negatively affect our health more than we ever thought. Gasses, as a rule, are less soluble in hot water, and when heated, the free chlorine in water escapes into the air we breathe. When taking a shower, chlorine gasses are steadily increased in the air to an extent that we breathe the harmful fumes. Regularly taking hot showers with chlorinated water could irritate the lungs and pose a health risk. And chloramine, made by combining chlorine and ammonia, is even worse.

Chlorine and Aging

Studies published in Nature and Health magazine indicate the likelihood that regular exposure to chlorinated water can promote the aging process of the skin, much like extended exposure to sunlight.

Chlorine and Hair

"One out of every two clients coming into the salon has chlorine damage to their hair," says Vancouver's top hairdresser Derek London. "It's almost the same as oxidation from peroxide burning, except chlorine adds density to the hair. You see a lot of breakage and splitting. Hair tangles when it's shampooed and becomes difficult to comb."

We carry a large selection of shower filter brands and models, including:

-- VitaShower Vitamin C Shower Filter for chlorine and chloramine
-- Sprite high-output, slim-line models in ABS plastic or solid metal with white, chrome, brushed nickel and gold finishes, hand-helds and filtered heads for chlorine
-- CuZn shower filters for chlorine or chloramines

IMPORTANT NOTE: All shower filters that we carry from Sprite, CuZn and VitaShower remove chlorine. Chloramines require a different media type, so only CuZn using KDF85 and the VitaShower remove chloramines.

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