Most helpful critical review
Not Bad, Not Great
on September 9, 2013
I have asthma. The second I'm done in the pool, I want the chlorine OFF.
This is fairly meh. The price is right, but I can't tell the difference between using this and using a clarifying shampoo.
My personal remedy for chlorine is to pour lemon or apple juice over myself in the shower. Yes, I know that's weird. I don't care. It works: the acid in lemon or apple juice combines with the chlorine base to form a harmless salt. If you read the ingredients on any "chlorine removal" bath product, you'll find citric acid in there and a bunch of moisturizers to compensate for what the pool does to your skin.
I've heard people purchase pure vitamin C (ascorbic acid?) instead of using lemon juice as a more cost-effective solution, but I haven't tried that one yet.
I'm not likely to buy this again. To me, it's just another shampoo.