Exposure to Chlorine Other Than Drinking Water

April 3, 2017

Every time you reach for a glass of Santevia water, you’re choosing clean, mineralized, and alkaline water instead of an acidic alternative. But what most people don’t know is that their drinking water isn’t the only thing that needs filtering.

Chemicals that are used to clean public swimming pools are also added to your tap water. Cities around the world use chemicals like chlorine to kill disease-causing pathogens in their water. But, unfortunately these chemicals have a list of their own harmful side effects.

The average American bathes in water with chlorine levels that are comparable to the local swimming pool. Your skin is your largest organ, and the heat from baths and showers can open your pores and exacerbate the amount of chlorine you’re consuming.

Consuming chlorine can have several different effects on your body, but the byproduct of chlorine, chloroform, can have devastating effects on your lungs. Chloroform is created when you take a bath or shower, and the hot water and steam make it easy for you to inhale.

Obviously, you can’t skip bathing altogether, so Santevia is coming up with a great solution to the chlorine problem. Before you know it, we’ll be able to offer you a way to revolutionize your bath experience, and to keep harmful chemicals at bay.

Sign up for our mailing list and like our Facebook page to stay up to date on our new products! Santevia will be releasing a product that will change the way you bathe, and reduce your exposure to chlorine.

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This post was written by Makena Anderson

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