Product Review: Tri Swim Chlorine-Out Body Wash, Shampoo and Lotion

One of the reasons that I love open water swimming is that I don't have to deal with the smell, itching and dry skin caused by chlorinated water.

Battling the effects of chlorine is an age old problem for swimmers. Apart from the strong chlorine smell that stays will you all day after your morning workout, there is also the itching and dry skin. There are now several products on the market that can be used to combat chlorine (unfortunately they didn't exist when I was swimming in high school). I have read several, mostly raving, reviews about one brand in particular: Tri Swim. Tri Swim is a line of products including body wash, shampoo, conditioner and lotion that are designed to take away the chlorine smell and help with itchy and dry skin.

I finally decided to try it myself and drove down to Poco Loco on Highland Drive to pick up a few bottles. I went with the body wash, shampoo and lotion. The next morning, after my workout, I was excited to get home and put them to the test. All of the products have a light, citrus-like smell. Several hours later in the day, I was still free of the chlorine smell and noticed a significant decrease in itchy skin. I kept making my wife smell my arm throughout the day to show her how well it was working. I have been using Tri Swim after every pool workout, and continue to be impressed with how well it works for me.

For more information about Tri Swim products including TriSlide and Foggle, please visit their website.


Gords said...

Does chlorine stink? It's on my top five favorite smells. I'm on the lookout for chlorine scented shampoo for when I'm injured or on vacation and unable to find a pool.

Plus, chlorine is great for keeping zits under control. I'll take your word for it though that the shampoo works, I don't want to smell your arm. :)

Josh said...

I can honestly say that you are the only person that I know that likes the smell of chlorine.

If you like the smell of chlorine, you definitely won't want to smell my arm (since it doesn't smell like chlorine anymore) :)