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Old 09-10-2012, 10:24 AM   #8
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If you know you have hard water your best investment is going to be a water filter. They run anywhere between $15 and $180 depending on what kind you get. I got mine just this week at Home Depot and it was $17, took five minutes to install and the next day when I showered I immediately felt the results. Just remember that your tap water is going to be different so fill a spray bottle with shower water to make sure you're getting filtered water in your hair when you remoisten. My always dry hair was actually soft, my skin was softer. Also like the above poster said, you need to clean out those silicones or you'll get build up. ^_^

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