Hot Tub Benefits Of Which You Might Not Have Been Aware

Hot Tub Benefits Of Which You Might Not Have Been Aware

Hot Tub Benefits Of Which You Might Not Have Been Aware

Can Hot Tubs Make Your Skin Feel Like New?

From Swim University

We are all aware of the obvious benefits from soaking in a hot tub.  Theraputic, super heated water can relax, rejuvenate, heal sore muscles, and can speed up metabolism.  This post from Matt Giovanisci of Swim University presents some additional benefits that may be realized from soaking in a hot tub involving the epidermis.

Here is an excerpt from the post:

We all know how great hot tubs are for our bodies, at least on the inside. But what about our skin? Can hot tubs rejuvenate our skin and make it like new?

The short answer is…Yes! However, there is a little more to it than that. You have to be careful and often you walk a fine line between the benefits and the dangers when it comes to your skin. If you aren’t careful, you could end up with dry skin or even hot tub folliculitis. But we will get to that in just a few minutes.
 
First, let’s take a look at some of the benefits hot tubs can have to our skin if we use them regularly as a part of our daily health routines.
 
The Benefits of a Good Soak
 
First, let’s talk about all the great things that hot tubs can do for us and especially our skin. By understanding these benefits, we will be able to truly grasp why a regular soak can do wonders for your body and, of course, your skin.
 
Improves Circulation – No one ever doubts that a nice soak in spa will help your circulation. Heck, it is one of the reasons why it is so popular especially among athletes. This improved circulation won’t just help your muscles, however, it is also very good for your skin.
Opens Your Pores – How often do you hear about how receptive your skin is to both treatment and healing when your skin is warm and your pores are open? Exactly. Regular soaks in a hot tub will help open up your pores so your skin not only looks its best, but feels great as well.
 
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