From drinking to cooking and cleaning, water is something you use every day. And while your water may appear clean to the naked eye, you can’t always detect contaminated water by just looking at it, which is why it’s important to regularly test your water so that you can provide your loved ones with fresher, cleaner water.
“Why is my hair dry?” It’s a common question with a loaded answer. There are several causes for dry hair: repeated use of heat styling tools without a heat-protectant spray; cold, dry air or UV exposure; hard water at home; washing hair too often; or, using oil-stripping treatments like perms, dyes, and relaxers. Getting to the bottom of your hair problems can benefit more than just your appearance. Dry hair causes dandruff, itchy scalp, and hair loss. Learn about why your locks might feel brittle and how to prevent dry hair.
A new year brings new goals. Most often, this means healthier eating, more regular exercise, and a greater focus on self-care. As 2018 comes to a close, homeowners are preparing to embark on their healthiest year yet. But, they’re forgetting the most important goal to add to their list - drinking more water. Water is a powerhouse of health. It can improve physical and mental performance, aid in digestion and weight loss, and can improve your overall wellbeing. Unfortunately, it’s often overlooked - until now. Discover why you should drink more water in 2019 and how it can help you achieve your health-related resolutions.
Experiencing dry, itchy scalp? Your shampoo might not be able to help. From dandruff and dry hair to psoriasis and dermatitis, it’s time to get to the root of your hair problems - your water. If your water is hard, the harsh minerals can reverse the cleansing effects of your shampoo and conditioner. This can leave you with dirty, damaged hair and an irritated scalp. So, how can you treat dry scalp? Here’s everything you should know about how to fix a dry scalp caused by hard water.
If your water tastes metallic, there’s something in your water. That ‘something’ is likely copper and it may be harming you and your home in more ways than one. Here’s everything you need to know about copper in your water.
When you think of the chemical chlorine, perhaps you think of swimming pools, paint, or cleaning products. But, chlorine also exists in the water you use to bathe, clean, and hydrate. When present in water, it is often referred to as chlorinated water. Worried how it can affect your health? Here’s everything you should know about chlorine in your home’s water supply.
There are a lot of questions around if fluoride in water is bad or good. While there isn’t an official answer to this question yet, we’re here to give you the facts so that you can formulate your own opinion. Here is the run down on the effects of fluoride in water, what it means for you and water filtering solutions that can address high levels of it.
Emily Henderson is a lifestyle blogger who writes primarily about home and personal style. In a post entitled “Softened Water and Me – A Love Story,” Emily details her personal experience of purchasing a Culligan Whole House water system. She explains every step of the process from her rationale for choosing a High-Efficiency Water Softening System, to the resulting benefits that softened water has on household and drinking water.