My husband and I are visiting Reykjavik for 3 nights in March with another couple. We want to go to the Blue Lagoon but our friends don't want to go in the water and they don't intend to use any of the spa facilities. Is it worth them coming ... to see the lagoon, walk, shop, eat etc...or not? Is there an admission charge for just being there on that kind of basis?
For me, as I do intend to go in the water...I have coloured hair and have read that the lagoon water can strip colour and make hair utterly unmanageable....What tips do people have to protect hair? Can I wear a cap..or spa turban type thing? People seem to recommend putting conditioner on hair before they go in the waters... can anyone clarify for me...apply conditioner to wet hair or dry before going in? do they allow this as it may be seen as a potential contaminant? Thank you for any help TA community!