Skin, Beauty, and Anti-Aging
Our skin is a very complex and intelligent organ that has many important functions. It is the largest organ and, like the respiratory system, it has a major role to protect and defend the body against bacteria, viruses, and other microbes. It also excretes wastes, regulates temperature and prevents dehydration by controlling the level of perspiration. It houses sensory receptors that detect pain, sensation, and pressure.
Quality and aesthetic appearance of the skin has an important aspect of how we are viewed by others and can have a profound psycho-emotional impact on how we feel about ourselves. As we age, our skin is the first organ to show the impact of time and life.
Dry salt therapy is an excellent solution to improve the overall quality and appearance of the skin. Regular Salt can be the most important tool that aids the healthy aging process of the skin.
The truth is that healthy and glowing skin is beautiful at any age.
Scientific research has confirmed that the micro-particles of salt have a beneficial influence on the integument system (skin protective layer) and hairs providing cosmetic effects. This increases the activity of skin cell ion channels and activates electrophysiological activity that determines the skin’s protective properties. The salt provides pH normalization and induces reparative and regenerative processes in derma, increases skin rigidity, stimulates growth and improves hair health. The dry salt impacts the skin microcirculation and assists cellular membrane activity used in dermatology and cosmetology and enhances their effectiveness.
Regular and consistent dry salt therapy may help people with the following various skin conditions:
- Swelling & Inflammation
- Dry & Flaky Skin
- Skin Aging
Please Note That:
Salt Therapy is not a substitute for medical treatment and diagnosis of any health condition. Salt Therapy is a complementary therapy meant to be used in conjunction with traditional medicine. Never change or stop medication without first consulting your doctor.