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Does showering in hard water bother your skin?

Are you one of the millions of people who don’t like the way hard water makes your skin feel? We have a solution.

The Miami Valley is blessed with one of the nation’s largest supplies of fresh water. Our entire region sits atop an aquifer that holds a massive supply of water. The problem is that right on top of all that water is a layer of limestone. So when that water trickles down from the surface to become part of the aquifer, it passes through the limestone, causing what we call hard water.

Hard water can cause a number of problems – damage to plumbing and appliances. Difficulty getting laundry truly clean. Plus, most people just don’t like the taste of hard water.

And a lot of people don’t like what hard water does to their skin when they shower or bathe in it.

Hard water can make it harder for soap to completely dissolve and rinse off, leaving a soapy scum on your skin. Some people feel that this buildup contributes to skin problems for them like acne.

Some people feel that showering in hard water can lead to worsening eczema, which can lead to skin tightness, redness, itching, flaking or scaling.

For some people, hard water can lessen the effect of expensive skin care products that they use to enhance the beauty and softness of their skin.

Glaser Softwater can get the hardness out of your water so that you no longer have to shower or bathe in it. We can provide you with an endless supply of soft, silky water that pampers you and your skin every time you shower or bathe.

If you think you might be showering in water that’s causing your skin to dry out, Glaser Softwater can install a CareSoft Pro RC water softener. The RC system is a unit that not only softens water but also removes chlorine. It’s ideal for people on municipal water who believe their hard city water is drying out their skin and hair.

Call Glaser Softwater today for a free water test.

Does showering in hard water bother your skin?

Are you one of the millions of people who don’t like the way hard water makes your skin feel? We have a solution.

The Miami Valley is blessed with one of the nation’s largest supplies of fresh water. Our entire region sits atop an aquifer that holds a massive supply of water. The problem is that right on top of all that water is a layer of limestone. So when that water trickles down from the surface to become part of the aquifer, it passes through the limestone, causing what we call hard water.

Hard water can cause a number of problems – damage to plumbing and appliances. Difficulty getting laundry truly clean. Plus, most people just don’t like the taste of hard water.

And a lot of people don’t like what hard water does to their skin when they shower or bathe in it.

Hard water can make it harder for soap to completely dissolve and rinse off, leaving a soapy scum on your skin. Some people feel that this buildup contributes to skin problems for them like acne.

Some people feel that showering in hard water can lead to worsening eczema, which can lead to skin tightness, redness, itching, flaking or scaling.

For some people, hard water can lessen the effect of expensive skin care products that they use to enhance the beauty and softness of their skin.

Glaser Softwater can get the hardness out of your water so that you no longer have to shower or bathe in it. We can provide you with an endless supply of soft, silky water that pampers you and your skin every time you shower or bathe.

If you think you might be showering in water that’s causing your skin to dry out, Glaser Softwater can install a CareSoft Pro RC water softener. The RC system is a unit that not only softens water but also removes chlorine. It’s ideal for people on municipal water who believe their hard city water is drying out their skin and hair.

Call Glaser Softwater today for a free water test.

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