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What is a fluoride shower filter?

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A flouride shower filter is an attachment to a shower head that filters out and neutralizes fluoride and other chemicals commonly found in tap water. Many people are concerned about adverse side effects of bathing in fluoride.

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Fluoride shower filters to help protect individuals from chemicals and other contaminants. For example, fluoride filters also screen out other minerals and chemicals, including chloramine, chlorine, lead, VOCs, dirt and mold. Shower filter companies claim that without these chemicals in their water, consumers will have softer skin and hair, a reduction in irritation caused by allergic reaction to the contaminants and a reduction of fading in color treated hair.

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