Jolie’s filtered showerheads provides clean, purified, healthy water for your skin, hair, and overall well-being.
What’s in our water
According to Jolie, the water we use to shower in is filled with chemicals, heavy metals, and other contaminants that can have a negative impact on the condition of our skin and hair, contributing to conditions like dry skin and scalp, damaged hair, and skin irritation/rashes/redness.
But many of the chemicals added into our water systems are needed to help disinfect our water from things like bacteria so it can be safe for us to use/drink.
Jolie’s filtered showerheads help to further improve your water by removing chemicals like chlorine, heavy metals, and other contaminants from your shower water to improve the health of your skin and hair.
The water filter
The Jolie filtered showerhead purifies your shower water by using a proprietary blend filtration media callled KDF-55 and Calcium Sulfite.
KDF-55 contains a unique combination of copper and zinc that changes harmful chemicals and contaminants into harmless components, while Calcium Sulfite balls work to filter water by removing chlorine without the clog/reduction of water pressure.
Jolie’s filter has also been tested by a third-party lab and far exceeds NSF-177 certifications for contaminant removal (including over 84% removal of chlorine through the entire lifespan of the filter, which far exceeds NSF-177 certifications of 50%).
NSF certifications: since no federal regulations exist for residential water treatment filters and purifiers, voluntary national standards and NSF protocols have been developed to establish minimum requirements for the safety and performance of products to treat drinking water.
Sustainability, people and the planet
Jolie is in the process of making more significant progress to minimize their impact on the planet and are committed to responsible business practices from the materials they choose to the products they develop.
Currently, they have designed their shipping boxes from biodegradable, reclaimed cardboard and paper pulp, and don’t include any unnecessary waste in their packaging like plastic packing materials, packing peanuts, extra cardboard, air balloons or wasteful space.
More about chemicals in your water
If you would like to find out more about what chemicals are in your shower water in your local area, you can get a free water report on Jolie’s website, and if you would like to learn more about the chemicals and heavy metals that can be found in drinking water overall, and how it can affect your health and well-being, you can find a glossary of chemicals on Jolie’s website as well.
*all photos are from Jolie.