How to Pick the Right Shower Filtration System
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Art Department Celebrity Groomer Marissa Machado explains how genius systems like the T3 Micro Source showerhead actually work. “Great hair starts in the shower,” she begins. “A shower filtration system is a good idea for anyone who wants to keep their hair to the highest standards. It cuts the frizz, leaves hair bouncy and allows for an easier after shower comb through,” Machado says. Added bonus? It also keeps colored hair hues locked in.
Our pro dishes on what you will notice instantly after installing one of these babies. “Not only will the user notice less frizz in their hair, but they’ll notice more hydrated and moisturized skin. An overall body benefit head to toe,” she affirms. These benefits come as a result of the apparatus’ mineral mixture of calcium sulfide, zinc, and copper. These three ingredients help reduce free chlorine and remove hydrogen sulfide (that nasty rotten egg smell you may experience from time to time), iron oxide (rust water), dirt, sediment, and other tap water odors.
If you are considering purchasing a filtration system of your own, our pro gives her top tips, “Be sure to change out every six months for the best results.” When trying to decide on what filtration system to buy, she also suggests you start your purchase journey in the reviews section. This is how she came upon her favorite shower filtration system, the T3 Source Showerhead. “I’d also recommend seeing how often it’s suggested to switch out the filter and how much the filter alone costs to make sure it fits within your budget. Finding one with a good warranty can also be of benefit,” she says.