Parents Concerned About Chlorine & Saltwater in Pools

Parents Concerned About Chlorine & Saltwater in Pools

If you are concerned about the potential negative effects of chlorine & saltwater exposure in a swimming pool, especially for a child taking swimming lessons, you should be. Chlorine is commonly used in pools to kill bacteria and other germs, but it can sometimes cause skin and hair issues, such as dryness and irritation.

TRISWIM is a brand that offers a line of products specifically designed to help swimmers manage the effects of chlorine exposure. For 20 years TRISWIM has helped swimmers of all ages protect themselves from the ill effects of chlorine and saltwater. Products include shampoos, conditioners, and body washes that are formulated to remove chlorine, saltwater, and other chemicals from the skin and hair. These products are enriched with moisturizers and calming botanicals such as Aloe Vera, Pro Vitamin B5, Keratin, Chamomile, Watercress, Shea Butter, and Coconut Oil to help prevent dryness.

NEW Product - For 3 years, TRISWIM has been developing an innovative NATURAL, TEAR FREE chlorine, saltwater removing 2 in 1 shampoo and body wash. Tested by parents and dermatologists, TRISWIM SWIM SUDS 2 in 1 is another successful trusted product manufactured.

If you are considering using any TRISWIM products for a child in swimming lessons, here are a few tips:

  • Rinse BEFORE Swimming: Before each swimming lesson, make sure the child thoroughly rinses in the shower. Hair absorbs the first thing it comes-in-contact with; better for it to be tap water vs chlorinated water.
  • Rinse AFTER Swimming: Use TRISWIM shampoo and body wash to remove chlorine and other chemicals from the skin and hair.
  • Moisturize: For best results, use TRISWIM conditioner on hair after shampooing with TRISWIM shampoo. Use TRISWIM lotion on skin after cleaning with TRISWIM body wash.
  • Protective Measures: Encourage the child to wear a swim cap and goggles. A swim cap can help protect the hair from direct contact with chlorinated water, and goggles can prevent eye irritation.
  • Stay Hydrated: Ensure that the child stays well-hydrated by drinking plenty of water before and after swimming.
  • Consult with a Pediatrician: If the child experiences persistent skin or hair issues despite using TRISWIM or other protective measures, it is advisable to consult with a pediatrician for personalized advice.

Swimming lessons are imperative for children but if their hair becomes unruly and there is skin discomfort, they will want to quit. Using TRISWIM will ensure a long-term happy relationship with swimming.

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