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On using baking soda with regular shampoo - I am a brunette, and I've had problems with chlorine for years but I no longer want to keep my hair short. I tried using 1 tbsp of baking soda with regular shampoo (nothing special, just a regular drug store buy) and a good conditioner (again, nothing fancy). It works like a charm, really. My hair hasn't been in this condition for ages. I swim about 5 times a week in a chlorinated pool. As long as you leave it in at least 30 seconds (mix baking soda into shampoo just before you use it). Then after a thorough rinse, condition and leave conditioner in for about 1 minute and voila! A beautiful head of healthy chlorine-free hair!
It would be better to avoid green hair. Do not use a copper based algaecide in the pool water, and keep chlorine level below 5 ppm.
Not aware that a swimming pool had green hair.
The chlorine in the swimming pool caused your hair to turn green
You can buy a chlorine removing shampoo.
the chlorine make blond hair turn green. if you use chlorine shampoo it should get it out.
Hair bleaches in the pool not because of the chlorine, but because of the metals and copper in the water. If the pool has a high concentration of metals and copper, then yes, it will appear or turn a faint green.
If you suffer from 'green hair' after swimming, there are special shampoos you can buy to prevent this ROM happening. Always wash hair and shower after using a swimming pool, as they are full of chemicals.
It is not the salt water pool or the salt water that is turning your hair green. It is a poorly maintained pool with a chemical imbalance - pH and total alkalinity out of required parameters.
Yes, if you are swimming in a pool that has chlorine in it. Some other chemicals added to swimming pools to clean the water react with your hair. It can turn blond hair green and it can change the color if you have dyed or rinsed your hair color.
If it is a green tint from a swimming pool then yes it does help - DO NOT EAT IT! Let about 6-8 tablets dissolve in water then wash your hair with it.
Sun-In will not turn your hair green if you swim. The reason that hair will turn green when swimming is due to the chemicals in the pool. When your hair is damaged, the chemicals soak in and that is what causes the color change.
Don't green hair is cool
umm.....if you put lemon juice on your hair, then go in a swimming pool your hair turns green. this is because the lemon juice reacts with the chlorine
You have to get the metal out of your pool.
Yes and the swimming pool will make it fade much faster.
It's only in old swimming pools, and it's not chlorine, it's the old copper pipe system in the pools that turn it!
Yes, they are much better than chlorine. I would be cautious about entering a salt-water pool if you have dyed your hair blonde, I've experienced my hair turning green after swimming in a pool of salt water. It's basically like swimming in the ocean.
Yes, because the chlorine dries out your hair causing it to become brittle and fall out. It wont, unless you wash your hair after swimming.
Yes, the chlorine in pools dries out your hair. Try swimming in a saline pool or out in the ocean.
it only happens to people who have blond hair, the clorine in the pool turn it green, its just like when u mix two colours together they turn a different colour
green mold, probably
To be on the safe side take a sample of the pool water to a pool shop tell them your concern and they Will be able to give you the answer.
a swimming pool it should be neutral pH ie green