I don't think a shower only would get rid of chlorine. It absorbs into the body through the skin. Assuming that you already have a shower filter filtering chlorine out of the shower water, this would help get rid of a lot of the daily chlorine. This would maybe allow you to justify the occasional pool visit, and maybe the pool wouldn't have as great of an impact. What about a large mega dose of vit c after swimming for an inside cleanse? Maybe try scrubbing the skin with a washcloth in the shower, or brushing the dry skin with a vegetable brush. I have been exposed to chemicals before where it took three washings/scrubbings with soap/washcloth to get the smell off, and I have even resorted to using bon ami on my skin to get perfume, etc. off of it. This is because my family members are highly sensitive to perfumes.
This no shampoo/deoderant concept is neat. I think I will try it myself and with the kids. My family is allergic to ACV so I may just use the BS & rosemary rinse or lemonjuice.
But PEE-EWW-to quit using deoderant
Do you have to have a super pure diet for that to work?