Dchlorin8 All-Natural Leave-In Conditioner
From now until August 31, if you buy 2 bottles of Dchlorin8, we'll give you a free Wet Brush!
- All-natural, leave-in conditioner made with 100% carbon based materials.
- Exfoliates the chlorine from your hair without the use of harsh chemicals.
- Eliminates the need for all other conditioners.
- Removes green pool hair.
- Clears the yellow dinge from gray hair.
- Helps hair color stick and extends the life of chemical/color treatments.
- Restores the shine and luster to your hair.
- Reverses the effects of hard water.
- Enables styling products to work as intended.
- Low, but balanced pH to protect your hair.
What is Dchlorin8?
Dchlorin8 is an all-natural, light-weight, leave-in conditioner that exfoliates the chlorine and minerals from your hair—leaving your hair with a refreshing, natural feeling after every use.
Perfect for pool hair, gray hair, and colored hair, Dchlorin8 was specifically developed to eliminate the need for expensive dechlorinating shampoos and conditioners. As a leave-in conditioner, Dchlorin8 also eliminates the need for all other conditioner products—which means you can use it right out of the pool or right out of the shower. So you can ditch the vitamin c spray, the expensive shampoos, and the other bundled products that you used to need to treat your chlorine and mineral damaged hair, and just buy a bottle of Dchlorin8.
How does Dchlorin8 work?
The positively charged particles in Dchlorin8 bond with the negatively charged metal particles found in chlorine and other minerals. Once bonded, Dchlorin8 closes the cuticle, leaving your hair soft, silky, and exfoliated.
Why should I use Dchlorin8?
When people hear the word "chlorine" they typically think of swimming pools. However, due to its disinfecting properties, chlorine can be found in tap water—which means that when you shower, you are showering in chlorinated water (unless you have an expensive water filtration system attached to your shower). In fact, the Maximum Contaminant Level for chlorine in drinking (tap) water established by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is 4 parts per million (PPM) (Source), which is 4x the amount of free chlorine concentration the Center for Disease Control (CDC) recommends for swimming pools (1 PPM) (Source). The water in your home may also contain minerals like calcium, copper, magnesium, and lead (Source).
What does this mean for my hair? Regular exposure to chlorine and minerals can cause lasting damage to your hair. Chlorine strips your hair of the natural oils that lubricate and protect it, while mineral buildup creates a barrier around your hair that can leave your hair dry, weighted down, or discolored (Source). This is why swimmers commonly notice their hair turning green (due to the high copper content found in the swimming pool: Source), why gray hair turns yellow (Source), and why hair color treatments don't seem to last as long as you'd like them to (for an interesting read on how hair coloring works, we recommend you check out this article).