I Got A Shower Filter!

Thursday, August 04, 2011



It's official. I now have access to clean chlorine free shower water! So that means wayyyy better hair days to come...I hope. It was a breeze to install. Very fast and simple. The filter lasts up to 6 months, which is a pretty long time. We got it from Home Depot.


Now, I'm excited for wash day. I really hope my hair feels a significant change in texture and softness. My hair has been very disorderly and disobedient lately (due to the hard water), so I hope this filter will aid in bringing my hair back to life.

Just wanted to share my latest purchase with you all :)

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13 comments

  1. Aww good luck! Please do an update and let us know how that works out for you :]

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  2. This has nothing to do with your hair filter.. even though it's cool but I love the new banner for the website. Very beautiful and sophisticated!!!

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  3. Well done !

    We got one as well about 3 months ago, it makes my hair shinier and softer, and oh joy, no more stink chlorine smell !!!

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  4. I have that same filter and so far its been doing a good job. Feels like the water from my old house. I got mine back in March so its probably time to change the filter inside.

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  5. I love the new look of the website! Nice job!

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  6. I'm such a PJ I saw this post and I'm already to go one for myself. IDK if I even have hard water,lol, but I gotta have a filter now.....just in case.

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  7. Please keep us posted. I want one!!!! lol

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  8. Thank you for the site compliments ladies. I'm happy that you all love the new look. It was long overdue.

    As for the shower filter, I'll definitely do a comparison as to how my hair feels after. I hope I'm not building my expectations too high but I'm really anxious. I'll be washing my hair tomorrow so I'll update you all by this weekend.

    Sunshyne

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  9. Ive been trying to get my dad to get one for months, our water is hard. a lot of mineral deposits and build up. Leaves my hair crunchy and stripped whenever i wash. How much one of these go for, i may just go ahead and get one myself. Its needed

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  10. Sounds like you definitely need one. Shower filters are pretty affordable. They run approx. $30-40 depending on the one you get. It's a great investment and it lasts for months. You can't lose :)

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  11. wow! this is great! I bet this filter can also help with the harsh chlorine drying out my skin. Thanks for the post.

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  12. Shower filters are great for your hair, skin, and health in general! We have been using them for a couple of years now and my hair has really benefited from it. Softer and more manageable.

    Also I found out that you can breathe in the deposits that is in the steam from your shower water! Not good for your lungs!

    I like the new banner too!

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  13. I just bought and installed the same one! I've been wanting a filter for so long but I didn't know where to go. Thanks for sharing your find and its great to live in the GTA so I could actually go to Home Depot and find this. Can't wait to try it!

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