Save Your Skin – Get a Water Conditioner

In Water Tech by The LeverEdge

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Hard water is hard on your skin. Improve the look and feel of your hair and skin by investing in a water conditioner.

Does it seem like your hair and skin are always dry, no matter how many lotions, conditioners, or other products you use? The culprit could be your home’s water. Hard water is extremely drying, so a water conditioner could help save your skin and hair.

What is hard water, and why does it dry out your skin? What is a water conditioner? What other benefits do water conditioners have? Let’s discuss it.

What Is Hard Water?

Hard water is tap water with high levels of dissolved magnesium and calcium. As many as 9 out of 10 homes have hard water. While it isn’t dangerous to drink hard water, it can cause problems for your appliances, dishes, clothes, skin, hair, and more.

Signs of Hard Water

How can you tell if you have hard water? Here are some of the most common signs:

  • Dry skin or hair
  • Ring around the bathtub
  • Glasses come out of the dishwasher spotty
  • Excessive soap scum

Problems Caused by Hard Water

Apart from spotty glasses, what kind of problems can hard water cause? The extra minerals in hard water can actually cause many issues, including:

  • Shorter lifespan for your dishwasher, water heater, and other appliances
  • Scale and lime build-up in your plumbing
  • Increased soap usage to get things clean
  • Clothes wear out faster
  • Dry skin and lifeless hair

What Is a Water Conditioner?

Also known as water softeners, water conditioners remove magnesium and calcium through an ion exchange process. The absence of calcium and magnesium in the water is called “soft water”.

Water Conditioning System Benefits

As you can imagine, water conditioners have a number of benefits, including:

  • Improved skin and hair texture
  • Reduced water heating expenses
  • Clothes that last longer before wearing out
  • Longer appliance life
  • Less soap scum in the bathroom
  • Reduced need for harsh products to clean the soap scum

While You’re at it…

As long as you’re already installing a water conditioning system, why not go ahead and add a drinking water system, too? You can get great-tasting water right from your kitchen sink without the hassle of filters or the waste of plastic bottles.

Depending on your local water quality, you may also want to consider adding an additional filtration system or whole home UV system, too.

Learn More Today

If you’re interested in learning more about our water conditioning systems, contact The LeverEdge today by clicking here or calling 813-403-5100.

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