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Usually there are 2 reasons for a skin rash if you are using a hot tub/spa.

Not enough chlorine/ bromine / lithium. Adding some AFTER USE is a sure way to keep bacteria in the hot water. There should be between 1 and 3 ppm of chlorine / bromine / lithium 24/7. Remember that granules last for 6 to 8 hours only. Tablets deliver a constant amount for up to 7 days, because they are made to dissolve slowly with the water current.

The other is chloramines (chlorine / bromine residue), left in the water. An oxydizer burns them, as well as any other organic residue such as dead skin, oils, soap, etc.).

If the hot tub is being used on a regular basis, oxydize once a week.