Do You Suffer From Dry Skin or Rashes From The Chlorine After Swimming?
Dry itchy skin or even a rash after swimming can be a common complaint suffered by professional swimmers who spend a lot of time in chlorine. Leisure swimmers can also have dry skin or rashes from swimming if their skin is particularly sensitive or if they been in the chlorine for a long period of time.
Allergic reactions to swimming pool chlorinated water are quite common. The symptoms often resemble rashes or hives and for asthmatics in particular, can be serious. Sometimes the reaction is caused by having a higher dose of chlorine in the water. If you suffer breathing difficulties after swimming then consult your doctor.
We often have people asking if our products can help. The secret is to protect the affected areas and restrict the permeation of chlorinated water into the skin by applying the Derma Protector Balm (insoluble) into the affected areas before swimming and immediatley after the swim, shower in fresh water using the Deep Cleansing & Detoxifying Bar to make sure you remove the chlorinated water. Then protect the skin with more Derma Protector Balm, applied sparingly to the areas where the rash or dry skin flares up. Use the moisturising Skin Revitaliser Hydration Cream thereafter to restore the skin to its optimal condition.
Syrinxza products can help with dry skin and rashes from the effect of chlorine when swimming, we recommend:
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