Water is important to every living organism! To humans it is so important after all we are made up of 60% of water. Therefore it is so important to drink clean, safe water!

“What might surprise you, however, is that there are even more ways having Pentair-treated water can contribute to a healthier lifestyle—both at home and in your community.” Mellissa Jones, VP at Pentair

1. Healthy Hair

Have you noticed when you shower, your shower gel/soap/shampoo does not foam nicely that means your water is hard and if you suffer from dry skin this could also be from the water.

The surplus of minerals in hard, unfiltered water shown to decrease the strength of hair and increase breakage—while also creating undesirable textures.1,2 Filtered and softened water from Pentair products means consistently softer water that won’t put unnecessary stress on your hair, keeping it shiny and healthy.

2. Cleaner, softer skin

Similar to the effect on hair, hard water can dry out your skin. Unfiltered hard water with the extra minerals can alter your body’s ability to moisturize itself causing breakouts and rashes.

Water keeps your body hydrated and refreshed and helps maintain your skin’s elasticity.

3. Vital Minerals

Part of water’s role in keeping us healthy and happy is as a delivery system for the minerals we need to survive, like magnesium, sodium, zinc, and more. These minerals are essential to hydration and keep our bodies functioning normally. That’s why, when we design Pentair filtration systems, it’s as much about what we take out of water as what we leave in.

4. Making Hydration Easy

It might seem obvious, but staying hydrated is simpler when the water in
your tap is enjoyable to drink and tastes great. Pentair Everpure delivers high quality filtration for the home — helping ensure every pour is delicious while reducing off-flavors and impurities. And, crystal clear water means crystal clear ice for your favorite beverages as well. 

5. A Healthier Planet

Finally, great-tasting water at home means fewer plastic water bottles and
less waste that could end up in landfills, or worse, oceans and waterways.

The connections between water and health are nearly endless, but it all starts with water that’s clean, safe, and sustainable. An investment in your home water system.

Resources: Melissa Jones, VP at Pentair

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