The benefits of a spa tub are both psychological and physiological. Good for body and soul, since it combines the effects of hydrotherapy, hydromassage and balneotherapy.
Fight against stress and anxiety: immersing yourself in a hot bath, caressed by thousands of small oxygen bubbles, immediately gives you a feeling of well-being and relaxation. This relaxing effect is a guaranteed anti-stress after a day's work or to forget your daily worries ...
Insomnia: A spa session before bed provides deep relaxation of the body (thanks to the action of the massage jets) and the mind (the effects of hydrotherapy) which makes it easier to fall asleep.
Eliminate toxins: The hydromassage jets stimulate blood circulation, which has the effect of facilitating the elimination of toxins accumulated by the body.
Cleanse the skin: the heat of the water, again combined with the action of the jets, dilates the pores. The skin is naturally cleansed. Ideal when you have skin problems like acne or eczema.
Fight cellulite: feel and roll, do you know? Good news ! The effects of hydromassage jets are similar. Stimulation of blood circulation coupled with lymphatic drainage facilitate the melting of fat and firm the tissues.
Muscle relaxation: stiff neck, contractures, lower back pain… many back problems can be relieved by a spa session. It is ideal to discuss this with your doctor or physiotherapist beforehand, who will be able to guide you more precisely on how you can use the massage jets.
Osteoarthritis, arthritis and rheumatism: Candido Jacuzzi, the inventor of the Jacuzzi® (very first spa) in the 1950s, had developed an immersion pump to relieve his son, who had rheumatoid arthritis. Even today, hydromassage is indicated by doctors to relieve these various pathologies affecting the joints.