How can I protect my hair from well water?

Mix a tablespoon of vinegar or citrus juice with three cups of purified bottled water and work the solution through your wet hair. Leave it on for five minutes, then rinse thoroughly. Use a moisturizing hair mask or leave-in conditioner once a week to offset the drying effects of hard water.

What do you put in your hair if you have well water?

If you prefer a homemade solution, look no further than your pantry! “Apple cider vinegar will help rinse off some of the build-up. Just pour it on your hair as close to the scalp as you can and work it in. If you want, you can combine it with your regular shampoo,” says Jennie.

Can hard water affect hair color?

Hard water is also notorious for interfering with hair color, causing it to become dull, faded, and in some cases, even discolored, while long-term exposure may also cause it to become less manageable (also never a good thing).

What’s better well water or city water?

As a natural source from the Earth, well water automatically tastes better than city water. Well water is also healthier because it’s full of minerals and isn’t treated with harsh chemicals. City water is treated with chlorine and fluoride because it comes from lakes and rivers with many pollutants.

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