All of our Hot Tubs offer many award winning health benefits from a better night's sleep to increased mobility to just a better social life. But what if they could also offer something that: Increased skin metabolism, Enhanced skin cell growth, Deeper cleansing of the pores to remove impurities, Reduced fine lines and wrinkles, Increased hydration and Relief from the symptoms of eczema, psoriasis and also other skin conditions.
With Microsilk they can do all of those things. Microsilk offers a bubble that is massively smaller than your regular sized bubble. A regular bubble is around 2,500 Microns where as a Microsilk bubble is 50 Microns. Because of the small bubble sixe these penetrate into the skin for maximum benefits.
Using a hot tub with Microsilk is like giving your entire body an oxygen facial, moisturising and hydrating at the same time making your skin feel luxurious as well as reducing wrinkles.
Oxygen funnily enough is good for your skin. Increased oxygen levels result in better circulation and cellular respiration, which in turn leaves the skin glowing and radiant this is because of an enhanced skin cell growth.
Oxygen is known to stimulate the natural production of collagen. Collagen decreases as we begin to age, so by using the Microsilk we are rebalancing and revitalising our skin. Although there are several types of collagen in the body, elastin and collagen together create the strength, firmness and elasticity in the second layer of skin.
As we begin to age, collagen production starts to become slower, resulting in a loss of elasticity of the skin, which then creates wrinkles and fine lines. Medically, plastic surgeons have used “collagen replacement therapy” to help scarring and healing wounds in addition to smoothing facial lines and enhancing full lip lines. But the time and monetary investment is only worth a three to six month temporary fix. Whereas a Microsilk hot tub can do all of this as well as all the health benefits of a regular award winning hydrotherapy hot tub from Hot Tub Suppliers.
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