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How Your Shower Head Can Be Affecting Your Hair

Hopping in the shower after a long day is super relaxing, and the “me” time we all deserve. However, did you ever think of how your shower water can affect your hair? That’s all in the power of your shower head.

Yes, surprisingly our shower heads can damage our hair. Using the wrong type of shower head can result in chlorine getting our hair, metal rust exposure, and more. We obviously don’t want any of that touching our precious strands, so we’ve rounded up some new shower heads to consider. Lather, rinse, and repeat without the guilt.

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