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Originally Posted by mavery
This may be a silly question but I'm just wondering, having read the vitabath page, can I just add vitamin C powder to the bath? How does vitamin C remove chlorine?
Originally Posted by essnce629
Hmmm, I have a big bottle of Vitamin C powder as well (I bought it from my local health food store). I just ordered my VitaShower last night, but maybe I'll try the Vitamin C powder in the meantime. Does your child have eczema too or are you just using it to get rid of the chlorine for other reasons? My vitamin C powder is 5000mg for 1 tsp. It looks like the VitaBath tablets (which I didn't end up ordering afterall) are 1000mg per tablet.
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