If the Water That I Wash My Hair With Contains Too Much Chlorine, Does It Damage My Hair?

If the hair washing water contains too much chlorine, this can cause damage on the scalp. It can irritate the scalp, dry the hair strands, and reduce the oil and moisture balance in the hair.

Chlorinated water damages the layers of hair that give the hair its moist, elasticity, and ensure its nourishment – these layers are called cuticle and cortex. The use of chlorinated water causes the hair to look dull, have split ends and break, and fall out.


four − one =