shower filter


Even if you usually do not drink the water that comes out of your shower head, a shower water filter might be something you would like to have. Most municipal drinking water supplier nowadays add a disinfectant, such as chlorine, to the water to kill disease-causing organisms. But there might be possible side effects like dry hair and skin, acne, and skin irritations when you use water treated this way regularly. Especially if you like hot showers you are also potentially exposed to small amounts of chlorine gas, known to irritate the respiratory system.

To reduce or eliminate the chlorine from the water, activated carbon or charcoal filters are very effective. Using them at the point-of-use, in this case your shower head is a cost effective way to reduce the daily exposure to chlorine.