Unlock the Benefits of Softened Water for a Healthier Household

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Water is an essential resource with numerous household applications. Depending on the source, water may contain varying levels of minerals, including calcium, iron, and magnesium. When water lacks or has a low amount of dissolved minerals and salts from metals, we call it “soft water.”

Soft water offers several benefits that can improve your health. This blog will explore these advantages to help you as a homeowner decide whether to invest in a water softener system for your home.

Helps With Skin Conditions

One of the advantages of soft water is that it prevents exacerbating various skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis. That’s because, with regular hard water, a person needs a lot more soap or cleanser to create a sufficient lather for a thorough clean. Using excessive amounts of these products dries and irritates the skin, making skin conditions more difficult to manage.

Additionally, using soft water means using less soap and fewer rinses to get all the suds and bubbles out. Plus, it can also balance your skin’s pH level, hydrating your skin while you take a bath or shower.

Improves Your Hair

The high mineral content in regular hard water can make your hair dry and brittle over time. And magnesium and calcium can accumulate in your scalp, causing a buildup. Their presence can eventually lead to more dryness and itchiness because it blocks your hair follicles from getting the nutrition they need to stay healthy. On top of that, they can make your hair look dull and unappealing.

When you use soft water, you won’t have any of these issues. Since it lacks the minerals that can cause hair damage, it’s much safer for your follicles. It can also penetrate the hair shaft easily, leaving much softer and shinier. And since soft water can form lather more quickly than hard water, you don’t have to use as much shampoo as you normally do.

Reduces the Chance of Forming Kidney Stones

Because of the high presence of various minerals in hard water, if it’s consumed in large enough quantities, it will affect your kidneys. Regular consumption of hard water has been linked to elevated magnesium and calcium levels in the body, which can contribute to the formation of kidney stones over time.

This health risk can be lowered by switching to soft water. Because soft water is already treated to remove calcium and magnesium, it decreases the chance of forming kidney stones.

With so many benefits of softened water, it’s no wonder many homeowners now have their water softened. If you need help installing a water softener system, contact us today at Adams Water Conditioning. Since 1967, we have been a trusted name in water treatment solutions in Florida. Call us now and talk to one of our representatives to learn more.

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