How to Get Rid of Chlorine Green Hair
Many people think that chlorine is the reason their hair turns green after swimming, but this is not true. Chlorine green hair is caused by hard metals present in pool water such as manganese, copper, and iron.
How to Get Rid of Chlorine Green Hair:
Here are few ways to get rid of that green hair after a trip to the pool:
Before getting into the swimming pool, wet your hair and apply conditioner to your hair. This will prevent the hair from absorbing the water in the pool and keep it from turning green. You could also wear a tight fitting cap when you swim. The result is the same: your hair does not absorb the water and the metals present in it.
Put 3 to 4 aspirin tablets in water and dissolve them. Pour this solution onto your hair and leave it for a few minutes. Wash your hair with a shampoo to get rid of the green color.
Mix baking soda with your shampoo and apply it on your hair. After 15 minutes wash your hair. Presto, no green.
Apply vinegar onto your hair and leave it for about 10 minutes. Wash your hair with a shampoo and see your original color shining through.
There are many shampoos especially formulated for swimmers which are effective to get rid of chlorine green color. However, you don’t have to buy a special product to take care of this simple problem; try our home remedies and you’ll be golden!
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