There’s been a lot of talk about vitamin C-enriched showers, many touting them as being beneficial in the arenas of both beauty and health as they neutralize the chlorine in water.
Leonardo DiCaprio reportedly had them installed in his new Greenwich Village home and the MGM Grand in Las Vegas features them in what they call their Stay Well rooms.
They’re actually not as expensive as their clientele would imply, with filters and showerheads available for around 40 to 100 dollars.
The jury is still out, however, on if they’re even worth that much.
Experts have advised that the showers don’t really work as well as people think they do.
Yes, from a strictly scientific standpoint, vitamin C does in fact nullify chlorine.
The thing with the shower system is that the amount of time the vitamin is in contact with the water isn’t likely enough to make that happen.