On your hair
Hard water is associated with dull looking hair. That means the higher your water hardness levels, the less likely you are to be able to achieve the kind of luscious, glossy locks we all dream of, no matter what products you use.
On your skin
Scientific research has proven a link between water quality and skin conditions like eczema and dryness. The excess of minerals in hard water can damage the protective layer on your skin and that of your family, too.
On your home
Ever noticed the white build up on your shower, taps and kettle? Well, that’s limescale - and it’s caused by hard water. The lower your hardness levels, the less you’ll suffer from limescale build up - and the less time you’ll have to spend cleaning!
On your bubble bath
Who doesn’t love the bliss of lying down in a hot bubble bath after a hard day working or caring for the family? But while a bath filled with glorious bubbles is a treat, one with just a smattering of tiny suds is disappointing. The softer your water, the bigger your bubbles!
On your appliances
The quality of your water can affect the lifespan and effectiveness of your appliances. If you have particularly hard water, the higher levels of minerals in that water have the potential of lining your pipes and the inner workings of your appliances and harming them as a result.
On your environment
If your water has higher levels of hardness, you’ll notice that your products - things like shampoo and cleaning products - don’t work as well, and that you need to use more to get the same effect. You’ll save on product and plastic bottles the softer your water is.
On your bills
Because of all the impacts of poor quality water, you might find your bills really build up, from things like product usage to the need for skin and hair care products to the effect on your appliances and pipe work.