Effective October 10th, 2014, SwimSpray, LLC will be offering a team fundraising program to help United States Swimming club swim teams raise money for travel, equipment, scholarships, and expenses.
Swimmers are among a group of people deeply threatened by the possibility of going noseblind. By continual exposure to chlorine odor, swimmers actually lose the ability to smell chlorine.
Chloramines cause health problems for swimmers. The problems can be severe, often called “chlorine allergy” or “chlorine sensitivity.” Some physical symptoms include itchiness and dryness, breathing problems, rash, hives, etc..
A partnership between SwimSpray, Chloe Sutton and the Fitter and Faster Swim Tour Presented by Swimoutlet.com, will help increase awareness in the swimming community about the benefits of using all-natural formulas, to remove chlorine from your hair and skin.
To help show that SwimSpray works, we are offering free samples of SwimSpray to anyone interested in trying it. Just send an email to [email protected], telling us where to send your sample.
FROM DR. CHADEAYNE: “SwimSpray’s best selling point is that it actually works – my hair isn’t crunchy or dead anymore. My skin doesn’t burn or itch. Getting the chlorine off after swimming feels great.”
We made this simple 30 second video to show how to eliminate chlorine after swimming. Despite our written and illustrated instructions, we still get lots of questions about how to use SwimSpray. (Image courtesy of SwimSpray)
“Jenny Will, a former swimmer at the University of Wisconsin, led the trio in a time of 1:48.27, placing her 26th overall and 5th within the gender. Shannon Greene and Amara Rivera finished only minutes behind with times of 1:50.33 and 1:52.57, respectively, putting both of them within the top 15 among females in the 4.4 mile race.”
Abby is about two months away from finishing her first year of medical school at UVA. When she’s not studying, Abby is either coaching the Charlottesville YMCA Aquatic Club (CYAC) or training on her own, for long distance open water swims.
“The scientists at SwimSpray, LLC claim to have invented a simple, all-natural remedy for swimmersï¿½ longest standing problem: chlorine.”
“Green hair color comes from copper depositing. Look at the photo of this chemical isolated in a vial. Note the color similarity between this chemical and a swimmer’s green hair.” (Swim Photo Credit: DAS)
From Dr. Andrew Chadeayne, Inventor of SwimSpay: Swimmer Gift? Gift for a Swimmer? “Gift idea for a swimmer? These are…
SwimSpray Swim News: “I’m very proud that the Princeton family came together for such a great event,” said Princeton coach Susan Teeter. (Swim Photo Credit: AS)