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  • May 17, 2019

    Why Is My Hair So Dry?

    “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.
    May 1, 2019

    What to Do About Lead in Your Water

    Drinking enough water every day can help keep the doctor away - but not if you have lead in your water. As one of the most notoriously toxic chemicals on the market, lead is also one of the most silent criminals. It’s next to impossible to tell if lead is present since there are virtually no signs of it in water. It’s invisible, odorless, and even tasteless. So, what should you do about lead in your water? Here’s everything you need to know about lead in your water and how you can remove it.
    January 24, 2019

    Soft Water vs. Hard Water: What’s the Difference?

    Water is water, right? Not quite. There are two types of water that could be in your home: hard vs. soft water. That said, there’s a good chance it’s the latter. According to the US Geological Survey, hard water exists in over 85% of the United States. So, what is the difference between soft water vs. hard water and how does it affect you? Here’s everything you should know about the hardness of water.
    January 15, 2019

    New Year’s Resolution: Drink More Water

    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.
    January 10, 2019

    Dry Scalp: What Your Shampoo Can’t Do

    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.
    January 7, 2019

    Benefits of Removing Hard Water at Home

    Soft water can help your home in more ways than one. It can prolong the life of your appliances, enhance the taste of your food, and save you money over time. When you invest in a water softener or filtration system, you can save yourself from dirty dishes, faulty equipment, and flavorless food. Discover the benefits of soft water and learn how to remove hard water stains for good.

    December 18, 2018

    Copper in Your Water: Everything You Need to Know

    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.

    December 11, 2018

    Is Chlorinated Water Safe to Drink?

    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.
    December 5, 2018

    Effects of Hard Water on Hair and Skin

    Hard water is water that has a high volume of “hard” minerals, specifically magnesium and calcium. It’s measured using grains per gallon (gpg). For water to be considered hard, it must register above 3.5 gpg. So, why does it matter if the water running throughout your plumbing system is hard or not? For starters, it can cause wear and tear on your household appliances, cause buildup on showerheads and plumbing, and leave laundry to be dingy, discolored and stiff.