The best thing you can do for your skin is to buy cheap swimming pools, says new research.
But it’s not quite as easy as it seems.
The best way to find out whether your local swimming pool has the best value for money is to go in and look at its facilities, says Dr Nick O’Donnell from the University of Oxford.
The results of his study are published in the journal Environmental Science & Technology.
The team set out to test whether the cost of swimming pools is reflected in the quality of the pools, and found the answer was ‘no’.
They also looked at how many hours of free swimming were available to people using free water and found that the average time to complete an hour’s free swimming was 1.6.
But what about the amount of free pool time?
Dr O’Brien found that while the average swimming pool user spent 1.2 hours of swimming, there was not a lot of free time for swimming around the community.
The majority of people who had free swimming spent it on their own, not for other people to see. Dr O