What To Expect From San Diego Water In the Winter Months
Water conservation and reuse efforts in San Diego are in full swing with expectations that El Niño will bring it’s fair share of aid to the local water effort. But, what else should San Diego County residents expect from their water reserve?
On non-precipitous days, colder, dryer weather translates into dryer skin and showering in hard water only adds to that irritation. Hard water is caused by various levels of calcium, iron and magnesium while softened water has little to no hard minerals. If you’ve ever felt the difference, it is unmistakeable.
For those who suffer from chronic dry skin, psoriasis and eczema, bathing in hard water only adds to the pain and embarrassment of noticeably drier areas of the skin. The effects of hard water on your hair is just as extensive: dry and itchy scalp, brittle and thinning hair and, for individuals who dye their hair–more frequent color treatments are just a few things to expect when bathing in hard water.
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