How to Keep Your Hair Clean and Beautiful This Summer

When you are washing your hair, are you thinking about the quality of the water you are washing with? Your hair is exposed to a variety of harmful things in the summer such as:

  • Chlorine – if you choose to cool off in the pool
  • Salt Water – if you take a vacation to the ocean
  • Sun Rays – even if you are just outside for a brief period of time

You will need clean water to make sure that you are getting all of these damaging things out of your hair! You can make sure your water is of top quality by checking with Aquarius Water Conditioning this summer. In the meantime, there are a few things you can do to protect your luscious locks.

Keep Your Hair Tied

If you are at the beach or lake, it is a good idea to keep your hair tied up so it doesn’t get as much damage from sun exposure! You can put your hair into one or two braids and secure it with gentle elastics to avoid the damage that your hair may get if you instead opted for a ponytail. Also, add a hat for extra protection!

Drink Water 

While you may think that the water that you are washing your hair with is important (it is!) the water you are drinking is also important. Staying hydrated has many benefits for your skin and hair! Making sure that your water is the best quality will give you the most health benefits and keep your skin glowing and your hair long and healthy.

Whether you are hitting the pool or stopping by the lake or beach, your hair is bound to be exposed to damaging things like chlorine and salt water that you need to wash out. Having the cleanest water will help keep your hair healthy and happy. To get the better water quality possible in your home, trust the experts at Aquarius Water Conditioning. For more information or to schedule a service, give us a call at 888-741-9025.


I’ve noticed that many people ignore their water unless it’s causing a visible problem. But having good, clean water impacts the quality of their lives.

More and more people seem to understand that and are interested in improving their water now. Kinetico can help.

Mike Holmes

DIY Network