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fuzzles fuzzles 4 years
Not a problem, Jaime! There is nothing worse than greenish/blonde hair! I found a review on the shampoo on the Walgreens website. Given some of the comments, it sounds as though the scent has been changed for the better. It's been awhile since I have been in the pool twice per day and at meets most weekends, though! *sigh* Here is the link: http://www.walgreens.com/store/c/ultraswim-chlorine-removal-shampoo/ID=prod9072-product
Jaime-Richards Jaime-Richards 4 years
Thanks for sharing, fuzzles!
Jaime-Richards Jaime-Richards 4 years
Thanks for sharing, fuzzles!
fuzzles fuzzles 4 years
As a former competitive swimmer with (at the time!) blonde hair, I'll add two other options. UltraSwim shampoo and conditioner is the first. I never really cared for the smell, but it works. The other, Palmolive dish soap. Really! Wash with the dish soap before your regular shampoo. Be sure to follow with a very gentle shampoo and a rich conditioner as this option can be quite drying if used frequently.
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