Turkish Bath

As the concept of a Turkish bath is not well known in our country, we should start by discovering what this treatment is all about.

In the Middle East, the Turkish bath, or hammam, is more than just a relaxing and pampering treatment. It’ s an ancient ritual of physical and spiritual purification in which deep exfoliation and cleansing detoxifies and rejuvenates the body, boosts the immune system, awakens the senses and calms the mind.

Exactly what does the Turkish bath involve?

In order to obtain results, the environment in which the whole process takes place needs to be the right setting, carefully decorated so that your body can eliminate all the negative energies. Otherwise, the results will have the opposite effect to what you want. This ceremony takes place in a relaxed and authentic atmosphere. How do we achieve this setting? On the decoration part, we use as many elements of Turkish nature as possible, and technique-wise, it involves several processes: scrubbing with an abrasive glove, relaxing foam massage, rinsing and refreshing the whole body.

What are the benefits of such a treatment?

If you choose to follow this process, you should know that you are not only taking care of yourself physically but also mentally. Such a cleansing process helps you in terms of:

  • Removing toxins and stimulating detoxification
  • Strengthening your immune system
  • Purifying the body
  • Removing dead cells
  • Improved blood circulation
  • It can keep respiratory illnesses and colds and flu away
  • Has curative properties for rheumatic, digestive, respiratory, liver and gall bladder diseases, obesity, metabolic disorders, kidney, dermatological and gynecological diseases and puts you back on your feet during periods of convalescence.
  • Precious help against colds and flu

Make sure you don’t let seasonal illnesses get you down this winter so take a trip to the hammam. Here’s how it all works! The heat and steam are great for deep cleansing the airways, detoxifying the lungs and decongesting the sinuses, which leads to improved breathing. To keep you away from catching the flu or respiratory illnesses, the hammam also contains eucalyptus steams, which are excellent for immunity, tonus and treating respiratory conditions.

Whether you’re looking to reward yourself at the end of a exhausting week or pamper yourself with a hot steam bath that relieves all the stress you’ve accumulated over time, the Turkish bath is the place for you.

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