Thinksport recently came out with a whole new line of products for athletes. In unrelated news to the brand, it took me a while to find the Thinksport website, and it’s gothink.com.
Ok, back to Thinksport: About the Brand:
Kevin Brodick brought his interest in health and medicine to create Thinkbaby and Thinksport. He used team physicians, and scientists focused on chemical and biological science to develop Thinkbaby and Thinksport. Thinksport is for adults, while Thinkbaby has similar products for babies. They both use safe materials for consumer products.
I like both brands’ commitment to safer products to use. You don’t have to worry about harmful chemicals on your skin. While using each product, I’ve noticed my face or skin hasn’t broken out, or I don’t get strange rashes.
Products I Tried:
Thinksport All Sheer Mineral Sunscreen Spray SPF 50:
As you know, sunscreen is important. I love to swim outdoors, and I’m always on the hunt for sunscreens that don’t leave me greasy but provide protection. The all sheer mineral sunscreen spray does just that. It’s easy to use and is both sweat and water-resistant. I swim for anywhere between 1-2 hours and have found it great with no issues. It works well, doesn’t clog my pores, and stays put for hours. What more is there to say?
I was unsure how I would feel about this product but also excited. The Bubblebath is designed to help you relax. As athletes, we know that Epsom salt has plenty of benefits, and the Bubblebath contains Epsom salt. It’s designed to relax you.
I first used the Thinksport after a hard workout. I like to take Epsom baths anyway, and I found it helped to alleviate sore muscles. It also smells good. While I like the Thinksport, you’ll get the same benefits from regular Epsom salt. The Thinksport Bubblebath does smell better. I’ll probably add a combination of Epsom salt and Thinksport Bubblebath to get the full benefit.
Thinksport After Sport Lotion:
I honestly wasn’t sure what to make of the After Sport Lotion, and I wish their website gave more detail of what to do with it. I took to be a regular lotion that, like the name suggests, “cools you.” I used it after a shower, and after several uses, I’ve found that it doesn’t cause me to break out.
Living in the high desert means we have several factors that dry out our skin, including wind, elevation, and just how dry the desert is. I’ve needed to lotion that doesn’t clog my pores, and I’ve found the Thinksport After Sport Lotion does just that.
Thinksport Shampoo & Body Wash, Chlorine Remover:
As the name suggests, the simple chlorine remover serves as both a shampoo and body wash to get the chlorine off you. As someone who has been swimming A LOT (I’m talking 4-5x per week), I’ve been looking for a good chlorine remover. I’ve tried some chlorine remover products to remove the chlorine, but the smell is strong. The Thinksport removes chlorine without leaving you with an overpowering smell of something else. (I don’t want to choose the scent of chlorine for something else).
It’s also formulated free of biologically harmful chemicals, meets the EWG Verified certification, and meets the strictest standards for your health. Finally, it’s free of parabens, phthalates, 1,4 dioxane, sodium lauryl sulfate, and harmful chemicals. Tested only on humans.
It’s by far my favorite chlorine remover, in fact it’s already almost gone.
Thinksport Active Shampoo:
I should have probably put the Active Shampoo before the Chlorine Remover because it’s hard to beat the chlorine remover. I do appreciate how much gunk and grime the Active Shampoo gets off. On days I’m not in the pool, I use the Active Shampoo. I also really enjoy the smell of the Active Shampoo, and the aloe+tea leaves are one of my favorite shampoos to date.
They are not expensive for the quality you get. I think the brand is one of the cheaper brands made specifically for athletes.
If you are looking for skin and hair care products for athletes, Thinksport is a great option. The cost and the quality are high, and I am primarily a fan of the chlorine remover and sunscreen. I’ll continue to use both as long as I’m in the pool.
Questions for you:
Have you tried Thinksport?
What is your favorite chlorine remover brand?