Caring for Skin during Swimming Season

Many people associate time in the swimming pool with irritated skin and eyes. They expect to itch and possibly break out in a rash after being in a swimming pool. Some people have a genuine allergy to chlorine and will consistently have problems in the swimming pool. However, the chlorine should not cause problems for most people.

Problems typically arise when there is too much chlorine in the swimming pool and the pH of the water is out of balance. If the water has a strong chlorine smell, it means there is too much in the water. How can you prevent this problem? Check the balance of your water chemicals on a regular basis and make sure they fall within the recommended zones. People often get into the habit of adding a set amount of chlorine into the pool without regularly testing the water.

It is necessary to have a proper amount of chlorine or other water sanitizer in the water. There are a variety of bacteria that can grow in untreated water and cause many skin problems. The sanitizer kills germs that other swimmers introduce. Always make sure you have enough sanitizer in the water to prevent problems from unchecked germ growth.

??????????????????????????Sunscreen is key to caring for skin during the summer months. If you’re going to spend time in the swimming pool, find a sunscreen that is water resistant. Keep in mind that water resistant products aren’t waterproof. You will need to regularly reapply sunscreen to protect your skin. This is especially important for children because they burn easily.

People with sensitive skin may have reactions to certain types of sunscreen. In these cases, look for a sunscreen designed for easily irritated skin. You may need to try a few different products to find the right match. It’s important to take the time to find a good sunscreen because going without it can lead to a serious burn.

If your skin is itchy or slightly burnt, apply aloe vera after spending time in the swimming pool. It can help cool the skin and relieve the pain of the burn. Aloe vera is also useful because it moisturizes the skin. This can help protect skin and assist in healing minor burns. It cannot, however, treat severe burns. In these cases, you should consult a doctor.

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