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June 06, 2017

And the reviews are in!

My Swim Cap has over 80% 5-star and 4-star reviews on Amazon! 

Your hair will never touch chlorine again!!!! I first bought the Diva swim cap more than 5 years ago after buying many other swim caps. I can now swim under water and my hair remains dry. You will absolutely love this product.  It's worth the money. Believe me I am cheap but this is well worth it!!! Mary Jane B., Brooklyn, NY

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March 11, 2017

Hair Care Advice for Swimmers from a Celebrity Stylist

Troy ZestosMaintaining healthy hair is a challenge for many women. Add chlorine and salt water to the mix and, if you are not careful, you have a hot mess! Yet, swimming is one of the most efficient and effective forms of exercise…and, most importantly, it’s loads of fun. However, many women struggle to reconcile time in the water and having fabulous locks.

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February 20, 2017

Going Green? How to minimize the effects of chlorine on your hair, skin and bathing suit

Swimming HairThe dog days of summer are fast approaching and with them come the adventures of cooling off in local and private swimming pools. While many pool owners are beginning to make the transition to salt water and other chlorine-free pools, the vast majority of pools are still kept clean and sanitized by harsh chemical mixes. These chemicals, especially chlorine, can wreak havoc on skin, hair and swimming apparel.

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June 01, 2016

April 01, 2016

ALL COLORS, ALL SIZES IN STOCK AND ON SALE!

All colors, all sizes now in stock. 

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August 28, 2015

My Swim Cap Proudly Sponsors Iron Girl Seattle Triathlon

This weekend, My Swim Cap was a proud sponsor of the Iron Girl Seattle Triathlon.

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June 27, 2015

This Week's Extraordinary Woman: Marie Curie

"Nothing in life is to be feared. It is only to be understood." Physicist, Chemist (1867-1934)

A top student in her secondary school, Curie could not attend the men-only University of Warsaw. She instead continued her education in Warsaw's "floating university," a set of underground, informal classes held in secret. In 1891, Curie finally made her way to Paris where she enrolled at the Sorbonne in Paris. Curie completed her master's degree in physics in 1893 and earned another degree in mathematics the following year.

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