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Body treatments are similar to various types of facials and stimulate the skin to feel fresh and smooth. Body treatments are designed with a focus to exfoliate, cleanse, and moisturize the skin on the body as you perform the same on the skin of your face. Massage is the most popular spa treatment. Ninety per cent of respondents said they would choose to have a massage during a spa visit. Spa therapy can also improve circulation, reduce inflammation in the body, and enhance the body’s autoimmune response. Additionally, going to a spa to relax and be pampered can improve your self-esteem and improve mental clarity.

Spa girl.

The biggest side-effect of hair spa is its impact on coloured hair. Hair spa may cause your hair colour to fade away. One way you can mitigate this is by asking your hair spa professional to use oils, shampoos and conditioners that suit coloured hair.

Seems strange but spa treatments do make you lose weight like you go in a hot tub every day. Regular soaking in a hot tub may provide several health benefits, such as muscle relaxation, pain relief, and improved sleep.

Rest in spa salon

Some studies suggest a wider variety of health benefits, but more research is needed to determine the specifics of hot tub therapy with particular conditions.

Are SPAs worth it?
For most people, a hot tub is worth the money if you use it regularly and don’t mind spending the time and energy it takes to maintain it. A hot tub can be a fabulous luxury. However, an unused hot tub is an expensive waste of energy, and a poorly maintained one can pose health risks.
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