Chlorine Green-Hair Recovery Rinse

If you swim frequently in a chlorinated pool, you may already know that the chemical can cause hair to become greenish.

While bright green hair might be a social trend, the chlorine-green hair look is far from a desired look, or so most agree.

Here is a simple homemade rinse to stop chlorine’s chemical reaction with your hair!

Wet your hair in a shower. Massage ¼ cup tomato juice into your hair and let set for a few minutes before washing as usual. (This amount of tomato juice is enough for one rinse.) Rinse the tomato juice out of your hair, and then wash as usual.

Inspired by Better Basics for the Home, by Annie B. Bond (Three Rivers Press, 1999).

26 comments

Aud Nordby
Aud nordby4 years ago

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Nils Anders Lunde
PlsNoMessage se4 years ago

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susan k.
susan k4 years ago

Interesting

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Danuta Watola
Danuta W4 years ago

thanks for sharing

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Eternal Gardener
Eternal Gardener4 years ago

Today we're going to pick up some green hair dye for my eldest... we looooove green!

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Donna Hamilton
Donna Hamilton4 years ago

Thanks for the info.

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Mit Wes
Mit Wes4 years ago

I thought green hair was in !

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KELLY ROGERS
Kelly Rogers4 years ago

ty

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Abbe A.
Azaima A4 years ago

great

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Faith Billingham
Faith Billingham4 years ago

I love this article!

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