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9 Skin Conditions Improved by Dry Salt Therapy

The majority of people who incorporate Dry Salt Therapy into their wellness routine report relief from a variety of skin conditions.


SKINCARE AND BEAUTY

Our skin is a very complex and intelligent organ with many functions. The skin is our largest organ, and, like the respiratory system, it plays 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 perspiration. It also houses sensory receptors that detect pain, sensation and pressure.


In addition, the appearance and quality of our skin 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 way to improve the overall quality and appearance of the skin and regular Halotherapy can be a very important tool in healthy aging of the skin.


HOW DRY SALT THERAPY IMPROVES THE SKIN

Scientific research has confirmed that the micro-particles of salt have a beneficial influence on the skin’s protective layer for healing and 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: psoriasis, itching, eczema, swelling & Inflammation, dermatitis, dry & flaky skin, acne, rashes, rosacea.

Contraindications: Halotherapy is recognized as a safe and effective wellness practice for preventive and restorative health care. It is not a medical treatment and does not offer a cure! Halotherapy is not recommended for people with contagious diseases, fever, open wounds, lung cancer, severe hypertension, mental disorders and active tuberculosis. Pregnant women should consult with their doctor before using Halotherapy. Anyone with serious health concerns needs to seek proper medical advice and care.