The health benefits of using a sauna are well known. From easing aches and pains to reducing stress, even helping to induce a better night’s sleep, the advantages of sitting and relaxing in a sauna are undisputed.
However, how about for skin care? Can the heat and steam from a sauna actually restore vitality and improve the condition of the skin? Here are three ways using a sauna can encourage beautiful, clear skin.
Open the Pores For a Deep Clean - Most of us know how important it is to keep our skin clean and clear. Yet despite our best efforts, just living every day adds a significant amount of dirt and debris to a freshly washed face and body. Toxins collect underneath the skin causing pimples, blackheads and other issues, leaving us forever searching for stronger cleansers and antibacterial solutions. Luckily, using a sauna is an easy way to get that deep cleansing you need to keep the skin clean and vibrant. A few minutes is all it takes for the body’s pores to open, releasing harmful bacteria and contaminants that would normally be trapped under the skin. Sweating is an all natural and completely healthy way to deep clean without harsh cleansers or astringents.
Promote New Cell Growth…Naturally - One of the ways we stay looking young and fresh is by producing new skin cells. The skin naturally replaces its cells every so often, but can look even better if that process is accelerated. Over-the-counter scrubs and even chemicals designed to “promote cell rejuvenation” are often harmful and can damage new cell growth, resulting in the exact opposite of a fresh, vibrant complexion. A sauna is an all-natural way to promote cell growth, stimulating production through intense heat and sweating. As sweating occurs, old layers of skin are removed and new cells begin to form beneath.
Provide Nutrients and Replenish Skin - To stay healthy and strong, the skin needs nutrients just like any other organ in the body, yet it’s often robbed of essential vitamins and minerals as a result of hard living. Using a sauna can restore the skin’s elasticity and suppleness by ensuring it receives the right amount of nutrients easily. As you sweat, fluid rushes to the skin, bringing along with it a nutrient rich liquid which fills the space around each cell. Essential to maintaining the collagen structure of the skin, these nutrients build up the cells, decreasing breakdown that often results in sagging or wrinkled skin.
Beautiful skin is as easy as relaxing in a sauna. Not just for easing aches and pains, sitting in the heat and warmth of a sauna is a proven method for getting the radiant skin you’ve always wanted. Open the pores and cleanse without harsh chemicals, promote new cell growth and bring the essential nutrients your skin needs to stay healthy and strong.
Saunas Spirit Lake, Sauna Sale Estherville, IA
To help people understand how hydrotherapy can help improve overall health and well-being, we will provide free hot tub test soaks in our 5 locations during the entire month. We want to encourage local consumers to check out the benefits of a relaxing soak in an energy efficient hot tub for themselves.
Consumers wanting to learn more about saunas and how they can help improve overall health and well-being are encouraged to pick up a copy of our free report “Sauna Buying Made Easy: What You Need to Know Before You Buy.” Just visit the company website for more information http://www.HotSpringGreen.com
About Hot Spring Spas of Minnesota and Iowa
HotSpring Spas of Minnesota and Iowa offer a large selection of new and used hot tubs and saunas for sale and a variety of hot tub, sauna, repairs, parts, and accessories. We are Minnesota's and Iowa’s premier source for Hot Spring Spas and Hot Tubs, Saunatec and Finnleo Saunas, A & B Backyard Accessories, and proudly carry the SilkBalance for Spas water treatment system. To learn more, pick up a copy of our free report “7 Critical Questions You Must Ask Before You Buy a Hot Tub”. Just give us a call at 515-270-8702 or go to http://www.HotSpringGreen.com
Posted on Wed, October 23, 2013
by Thad Schaben