How to Fix and Prevent Chlorine Damaged Hair

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Is your client dealing with chlorine damaged hair? It’s not just an end-of-summer problem; if they’re a year-round swimmer, they’ll know that dry, brittle, straw-like feeling all too well. Chlorinated water is bad news for their hair’s condition and colour, but that doesn’t mean your client has to choose between a lustrous mane and swimming. Instead, you can help them find a hair care routine that keeps post-swim locks healthy and hydrated. 

So, let’s explore the best tips for how to fix chlorine damaged hair – plus how to prevent swimmer’s hair from happening in the first place… 

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