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Question by  JJspecs (16)

What shampoo is best to remove chlorine?

I swim in a pool several times a week.


Answer by  lexuslady315 (635)

Ultraswim! It also helps heal the damaging affects of chlorine also done to your hair. Loreal kids swim shampoo works good to. You can also use Cider Vinegar, but if you went your hair before you get in the pool with tap water it blocks some of the chlorine.


Answer by  Dana46 (2345)

There are several shampoos available specificly formulated to remove chlorine, but a regular clarifying shampoo or even shampoo with a bit of baking soda mixed in will work too.


Answer by  MrsJames (79)

There are several shampoos that can work very well, and I have used myself. Some of the best I've found are Paul Mitchell Three Shampoo and Ultra Swim, though my absolute favorite is the Kiehls All Sport Cleansing Rinse, since it's moisturizing and it is for both hair and body. It's a little pricey, but well worth it.


Answer by  Latin4 (11170)

As long as you shampoo your hair anything is okay. If your hair is dyed then I would use a shampoo for color treated hair.


Answer by  bubbyboy (9929)

Agree Swimmer's Solution is reportedly the best for the job. This is a deep working shampoo the conditions the hair chlorine dries out.


Answer by  Hannae (30)

The best two we have found are Herbal Essences and Pantene Pro-V. Pantene has a good quality, but Herbal Essences has a nicer smell and leaves it silky as well. Because chlorine can be damaging to your hair,use the blue type of Herbal Essences currently,as it is the moisturizing version.


Answer by  NGoodson (3395)

More expensive brands like Paul Mitchell work well or you can use a clarifying shampoo. Pantene and Suave both make affordable versions.


Answer by  mammakat (11147)

I can't recommend any one product, for something this intensive (pools DESTROY hair) I'd ask my stylist's recommendation- then you can buy the product at cost at stores like Sally's Beauty Supply that cater salon product to the general public. I would seriously recommend a leave-in conditioner, salon quality.


Answer by  pagan23 (1342)

Any nice shampoo will work for this but, you may want to use a Malibu treatment every once in a while. This will strip all the foreign contaminants out.


Answer by  Stylist112 (136)

clarifying shampoo. Graham webb makes an awesome clarifying shampoo that I recommend. Make sure that you are using a moisterizing conditioner as clarifying shampoos strip the hair of natural oils.

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