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What Will A Shower Head Water Filter Remove From Your Tap Water?

Friday 10 September 2010 @ 8:48 pm

By Charles Samuel

Installing a shower head water filter in your bathroom to remove contaminates from your water is a great way to improve the quality of your shower. With chemical free water your soap will be soapier, your hair will become softer and more manageable, and your skin will no longer be dry and flaky. There are a number of contaminates in your water today but there is only a handful that if removed will give you the results you desire. So what are these contaminates?

There are three major ones that any shower filter you purchase must remove from your water. They are chlorine, VOC’s, and THM’s. Other than chlorine I’m guessing you many not have heard of the other 2, so let’s look at each of them to understand why removing them is very important and how a shower head water filter can eliminate them.

If you have itchy skin or dry hair you may be the victim of chlorine. Chlorine in the water will remove all the moisture from your body if you let it. It won’t happen with just one shower but over time chlorine has become the skin moisturizer companies best friend

The next bad element you want to remove is VOC’s. VOC stands for Volatile Organic Chemicals, these are synthetic compounds in the water such as pesticides and herbicides. Now that you know what they are I’m sure you can understand why you want them out of your shower water.

The last contaminate you want a shower head water filter to remove are THM’s. I know another three letter acronym but, THM stands for Trichlormethane. THM is a by-product of the reaction between the chlorine and organic matter in the water, and I’m sure you know what organic matter is. This is another one of those contaminates that should make you want to start filtering your water immediately.

Ok so now you know about the key contaminates you need to remove from your shower water. The next question is, how do you go about getting these things out of your water?

That’s where a good shower head water filter comes into play. A good filter on will use a two stage filtering process, this is because no filtering material is capable of remove all the contaminates in one pass. One pass will typically use something like charcoal to remove the chlorine, and the second pass filter media should remove the VOC’s and THM’s.

Hopefully, you have a better understanding of why you want to remove chlorine, VOC’s and THM’s from your shower water. By installing a good shower head water filter you will be well on your way to improving the health of your skin and the condition of your hair, its now up to you.

Click Here to get the rest of the information you need before you buy a water filter for your shower. yourwaterpurifierpro.com is a great resource for everyone looking to have clean water in there home.

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Pollen Allergy: Should you live in the city or the countryside?

Friday 19 January 2007 @ 6:37 pm

To be able to provide up to date data and forecasting, the National Allergy Bureau has established a countrywide network of pollen counters equipped with air sampling equipment to capture airborne (pollen) allergens. The number of pollen grains are collected from the air samples, counted, recorded, and broadcast as an advisory to the general population. These pollen counting stations generally operate in the months of March and April, when pollen counts begin to rise dramatically. The data gathered and provided by these stations are very important for suffering from pollen allergy.

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Pollen Allergy: Should you live in the city or the countryside?





Natural Allergy Treatment: Find an Effective Method

Monday 15 January 2007 @ 11:34 am

It may be a wise decision to supplement your allergy medication with a natural allergy treatment for those rare instances when over-the-counter medicines do not prove their effectivity. It is more prudent to do especially if your health plan excludes prescription coverage, since allergy relief medicines will certainly reduce the contents of your wallet.

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Natural Allergy Treatment: Find an Effective Method





Milk Allergy Symptoms: It Pays to be Aware

Wednesday 10 January 2007 @ 6:31 pm

Water, protein, carbohydrates (also known as lactose), minerals, fats and other substances are the fundamental components that constitute milk. Sensitivity to milk takes place when our body reacts to the protein contents normally present in cow’s milk, casein and whey, treating them as foreign and harmful substances. Milk allergy symptoms and accompanying signs may appear either immediately or several hours after of ingesting cow’s milk.

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Milk Allergy Symptoms: It Pays to be Aware





Eye Allergy: The Real Score

Friday 5 January 2007 @ 6:27 am

Studies reveal that approximately 27 million Americans suffer from one kind of eye allergy or another. Manifestations of eye allergy such as redness, inflammation and incessant protein production can be very frustrating and stressful which requires several consultations and visits to an eye doctor as these conditions may develop into a possible loss of eyesight.

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Eye Allergy: The Real Score





Season Allergy: Deal with it and Live Happily

Monday 1 January 2007 @ 11:24 pm

Seasonal allergy sufferers always have the objectionable experience of putting up with their season allergy symptoms, more so this year because it is officially the worst allergy season ever. The situation has become so overwhelming because people who have never experienced any type of allergy reaction in the past have reported incidents of season allergy symptoms affecting their eyes and respiratory systems.

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Season Allergy: Deal with it and Live Happily





Sun Allergy: Signs and Symptoms

Wednesday 20 December 2006 @ 5:22 pm

Almost everybody exhibit some physical form of some sort due to sun allergy. Some have relatively minor symptomatic reactions like prickly heat whereas there are those who suffer from severe symptoms that can affect their way of life. There are people with extreme sensitivity who develop hives that can turn to blisters and spread to areas that are not directly exposed to the sun.

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Sun Allergy: Signs and Symptoms





Eye Allergies: Some Basic Information

Friday 15 December 2006 @ 11:21 pm

One very common and widespread affliction of Americans are eye allergies; there are numerous and documented complaints of allergic effects that involve eyes. Severe eye allergies can be a very bothersome and extremely frustrating experience to go through as it calls for more than a few consultations and visits to a qualified practitioner. People who suffer from this type of allergy reaction are at risk because it poses a serious threat to the eyesight.

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Eye Allergies: Some Basic Information





Corn Allergy Management Tips

Monday 11 December 2006 @ 4:19 pm

One of the more difficult types of allergy to identify is corn allergy because of the similarity of the symptomatic signs of corn allergy to other food allergens, even if individual reactions significantly vary from one person to the next. When you are diagnosed to have this particular type of allergy, the next step to take is to remove corn from your diet regardless of the type of allergy you have.

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Corn Allergy Management Tips





Allergy Testing: Demystifying Allergy Mysteries

Wednesday 6 December 2006 @ 11:18 pm

Generally speaking, each of us has a different and unique reaction to various allergy inducing substances. This necessitates the performance of allergy testing to isolate and identify specific substances to which an individual is allergic. Several testing methodologies like skin tests, elimination-type tests, and the radioallergosorbent tests (RAST) are widely used allergy testing procedures.

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Allergy Testing: Demystifying Allergy Mysteries





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