To remove chlorine from your hair, immediately rinse and shampoo after swimming. Once hair is washed, create a baking soda paste and apply to damp hair. Allow the solution to rest and rinse with shampoo and a protein-rich conditioner.Continue Reading
Immediately after swimming, thoroughly rinse your hair with warm water.
After rinsing, wash your hair with moisturizing shampoo.
With a clean towel, gently squeeze excess moisture out of your hair. Do not scrub your head, as this may damage hair strands.
Mix 1 tablespoon of baking soda with 1 cup of water. Stir to create a paste.
Apply the baking soda and water cleaner directly to hair strands. Allow the solution to rest for several minutes.
In the shower, rinse your hair with warm water. Shampoo as normal.
Once the cleaning solution is fully rinsed from your hair, apply a protein-rich conditioner. Because hair is 91 percent protein, protein-infused conditioners protect hair quality and strength by slowing damage caused by harsh chemicals, such as chlorine.
Fully dry your hair using a clean towel. Do not blow dry on high heat, as this may damage your hair. Once dry, style as usual.