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Let’s face it…

Most of us are showering with the wrong kind of water.

This may seem like something that isn’t under your control because water is water. Let us be the ones to tell you… This is not true.

Have you ever noticed build up around your sink and tub? Fact: Doctors tell us that what gets deposited on the walls is what’s deposited on our skin. Most of us think it is the food we eat or what we drink that causes our nasty breakouts, but don’t be fooled, it might just be our water.

More than 85 percent of the country’s water is considered hard water. What does that mean exactly? Hard water has a high mineral content. Water becomes hard naturally and is the result of minerals like calcium and magnesium accumulating during the water cycle. The effects of hard water are not good for our hair or skin. These minerals heavily clog our pores and cause our skin and hair to dry out.

When we bathe or shower in hard water, we likely aren’t getting as clean as we should. Hard minerals in water keep us from getting clean and leave our skin and hair damaged.

Here’s the best part…

You can fix this problem. It may sound like there is no solution because the water you are using is the water your house is receiving, but trust us, there is a solution. In fact, there is more than one solution. It’s no wonder that women are turning to soft water.

When it comes to your beauty routine, soft water is the route you should and need to be taking. If you are in an area where the water is hard and you are noticing these issues, contact Kinetico of West Texas and let us do the work for you. We are happy to come out and test your water and provide you with a free estimate and water analysis for a Kinetico water softener. A water softener is a necessity in West Texas, especially in Lubbock, Amarillo and Midland/Odessa.