A Dry Skin Solution

Filed under: General Health

So, this is a slightly random post today, but it is something I think can help a lot of people. In winter I suffer from pretty dry skin that used can be sometimes quite painful. I have tried lots of different bodywashes and stuff, loofahs, lotioning everyday (manly I know) to prevent it. They help, but it’s not perfect.

I was reading my dad’s Men’s Health a few months back and they had a report on water filters, shower filters and such. It piqued my interest as it mentioned a shower filter that removed 99% of chlorine, as well as reducing sulfur and other drying agents. With my history of dry skin I thought it might be worth it to give it a shot, so I bought one, and it has been awesome. It has a kickass massage setting, plenty of water pressure and helped to keep my skin much better at the end of the winter. I couldn’t be happier with it.

It is the Culligan WHS-C 125 Wall Mount Filtered Showerhead. It is relatively cheap, roughly $30 for a 6 month filter life, and about $15 for a replacement filter. When you have painful dry skin, $45 a year is a pittance to pay to help keep it healthier. They also offer a handheld version if you are so inclined. It isn’t fool proof, and it isn’t going to make your skin perfect all by itself, but it can help, and help a lot. For those of you who wage the dry skin battle, it is just one more arrow in your quiver. Good luck.

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Posted on June 23rd, 2009 by Brian St. Pierre


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    Lotion? Now this I know. Aveeno for the face, Kieh’s makes a great line for men. Aveda hand lotion, Origins Ginger Body Souffle……….I might even know more than you!

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    Brian, your posts are always interesting and very informative. I love your emphasis on a healthy lifestyle, not just lifting heavy stuff. Keep up the good work!

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