Installation and maintenance 


It is a universal shower head and will fit all shower tubes without exception

How do I install my VitaC Showerhead?

  1. Remove existing showerhead from hose

  2. Connect VitaC Showerhead

  3. Turn on water to check flow

Will My VitaC Showerhead affect my water pressure?

Our VitaC Showerheads do not affect your water pressure in any way. They use an average of 5.65l/m to maintain the same pressure and save water while the average showerhead can use up to 9l/m. 

When should I change the filter?

It is time to change your filter when all the vitamin C crystals in the filter have dissolved. 

How do I change the filter?

Unscrew the top portion of your VitaC Showerhead and set it aside. Hold the filter case facing downwards and tap it against your palm until it pops out. Gently insert a new one in its place.

How often do I need to change the filter?

One cartridge can filter up to 10,000 litres. It typically lasts about 3-6 months depending on the frequency and duration of use.

Does my VitaC Showerhead need maintenance?

Our VitaC Showerheads are maintenance-free. Just install and enjoy chlorine-free showers straight away.

Chlorine, chloramines and vitamin C

What are chlorine and chloramines?

Chlorine and chloramines are the most widely used disinfectants for water as they are very effective at deactivating and controlling pathogenic microorganisms.   

How am I exposed to chlorine?

You are exposed to a chlorine when you use or drink treated water. 

How harmful is chlorine?

Constant exposure to this harmful chemical can eventually lead to chronic eczema, dry skin, hair fall, frizzy hair, asthma and more. 

How does the vitamin c filter work?

Our filters use ascorbic acid to instantly neutralise chlorine and chloramines as water passes through it while you shower.

What is the advantage of a vitamin C filter?

Vitamin C is the safest and least toxic of dechlorination methods. It fully neutralises both chlorine and chloramines, and works at any water temperature and pressure.

Carbon activated filters work best at lower temperatures, while KDF filters do not filter chloramines and are ineffective at lower water pressures.

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