5 Wellness Benefits of Summer Bathing

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A bathing routine can have significant therapeutic benefits.
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Bathing is a simple practice that most anyone can participate in. It offers therapeutic benefits, stress reduction and feelings of refreshment. Experts at BainUltra share these wellness benefits of having a summer bathing routine.

BainUltra tubs feature six therapies – hydro-thermo massage, chromatherapy, aromatherapy, light therapy, thermotherapy and sound therapy – to target relaxation, health and well-being, as well as major health benefits.

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1. Relief from the Heat

Sink into a tub with cool water, washing away the day's sweat and stress. Baths provide immediate relief from the sweltering summer heat, offering a blissful escape from the sun's relentless rays.

2. Skin Hydration

Sun exposure and high temperatures can leave skin feeling parched and dehydrated. Baths are an opportunity to infuse moisture back into the skin. An added extra, BainUltra tubs offer integrated bathtub technologies for misting and diffusing essential oils deliver them to the user’s respiratory, circulatory, and lymphatic systems, where they interact with the body’s cells to promote healing.

3. Stress Relief and Relaxation

Summer isn't always synonymous with relaxation, especially when busy schedules and outdoor activities dominate your days. However, carving out time for a soothing bath can work wonders for mental well-being. Unplug from technology, light some candles, and immerse yourself in tranquility to let go of the day's tensions.

4. Improved Sleep Quality

With longer daylight hours and warmer temperatures, achieving quality sleep in the summer can be a challenge. Fortunately, taking a bath before bedtime can help regulate body temperature and promote better sleep. The transition from warm water to cooler air signals to the body that it's time to wind down, making it easier to drift off into a restful slumber.

5. A Moment of Self-Care

In a season filled with outdoor adventures and social gatherings, it's essential to prioritize self-care. Bath time isn't just a practical necessity; it's an opportunity to pamper and indulge.

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