Shower Head Filter
Chemicals and bacteria in water cause itchy, dry, and flaky skin. Unfiltered shower water worsens the symptoms of eczema and psoriasis. Unfiltered water dries out the hair and causes problems such as dandruff and a scaly scalp . DERMOIA 20 Stages Shower Filter removes all the pollutants, chemicals, and other particles from the water using special filtering systems. Our filter utilizes calcium sulfite, activated carbon, ceramic beads, vitamin C, PP cotton, vitamin E, and KDF55 filters to deliver maximum results after just one use, balancing the PH levels and infusing healthy minerals into the skin and hair. Based on your water quality you may replace the filter every 4-6 months (about 10000 gallons).
- Better Health
We spilled the beans on the germs and bacteria in your shower water. Shower filters assist in keeping some of those germs out and, as a result, save you from getting the sniffles.
- Better Skin and Hair
Before entering your bathroom plumbing, public water is thoroughly sanitized and treated. Our cities ensure that the water is disinfected by adding chlorine or chloramine to the water. The chlorine in the water you use to lather your hair removes the natural oils that keep your hair healthy. This might cause your hair to become dry and frizzy.A filtered shower head neutralizes the chemicals while providing the hydration your skin and hair require.
- Reduce Your Cancer Risk
You read that correctly! When chlorine is inhaled it reacts with organic matter, it joins with other chemicals to generate Trihalomethanes (THMs), also known as chlorination byproducts. This causes the body to manufacture free radicals, which cause cell damage and are thought to be carcinogenic.
- Reduces rashes, allergies, eczema, psoriasis, dandruff, and chronic dryness
Your water quality may be the cause if you have rashes and itching in, let's say, delicate areas of your body. Consult a doctor if it is serious. On the other hand, if it's mild, you might wish to install a shower before getting an intimate wash. Eczema, psoriasis, dandruff, and chronic dryness are just a few of the skin conditions that are greatly impacted by the moisture content of the skin.
Using chlorinated tap water for showering and bathing deprives skin and hair of their natural protective oils, resulting in scaling, irritation, and dry skin. As a result, utilizing a shower head is a potent oxidant that harms skin and hair even at very low concentrations. Therefore, eczema, psoriasis, and dandruff risk can be reduced by utilizing a shower head filter that regulates chlorine.
- Good for Babies and Pregnant Women
The majority of tap water has a residual chlorine level above the 1.5 ppm level advised for swimming pools. This problem can frequently affect infants through their mothers. Using filtered water helps pregnant women stay allergy free, maintain a healthy skin while also removing any chances of rashes.
- Younger Looking Skin
Remember the term "free radicals"? It turns out that they also influence how you appear! Free radicals destroy the cells in your tissue, causing wrinkles, creases, and dryness, similar to the consequences of prolonged sun exposure. Dry skin and wrinkles can be brought on by chlorine and other water toxins. By using filtered water, you may prevent your skin from coming into contact with substances like lead, chloramines, and other ones that can dry up your skin and develop fine lines. Thus, filtered water helps to make you look younger.
- Reduce Stress Level
Chlorine exposure has been linked to tiredness, mental distress, and decreased immunologic function in studies. Again, you can alleviate the irritation by using a filtered shower head to eliminate the chlorine.
Step 1 - Flushing the shower filter: Initiate the process by holding the shower filter beneath a faucet. Activate the water flow to effectively expel any surplus carbon particles from the filter. Initially, there might be a temporary discoloration of the water, turning it black or grey for the initial moments. Continue the flushing procedure for around 20 seconds. Afterward, invert the shower filter and repeat the flushing sequence in the opposite direction.
Step 2 - Removing the shower filter: Start by detaching the shower head from the shower filter. To achieve this, turn it counterclockwise. Following that, proceed to unscrew the shower filter from the shower arm by turning it counterclockwise as well. While this can often be accomplished manually, a wrench might be necessary if either the shower head or filter is tightly affixed.
Step 3 - Replacing the filter cartridges: Access the interior of the shower filter housing by turning the lower portion counterclockwise until it separates from the upper half. Extract the outdated filter cartridge and position the new filter cartridge in its designated spot (the cartridge orientation is inconsequential). Ensure that the rubber o-rings are properly positioned and subsequently reassemble the filter housing by screwing the halves back together.
Step 4 - Re-Installing the shower filter: Reposition the shower filter onto the shower arm by turning it in a clockwise direction (hand-tightening is adequate). Subsequently, affix the shower head by also turning it clockwise. Should extra firmness be necessary, utilize a soft cloth to safeguard the finish of the shower filter housing before tightening with a wrench.