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Elevated Bath And Body Products From Anubis Barcelona

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Tired of exhaustion, stress, and the cold weather, in times like these, you just want to take a dip in the hot water, right? A bath that thoroughly washes away dirt and grime, as well as the fatigue of the day. Depending on the type, the effect also varies. This feeling of being immersed in hot water!

 ‘Full body bath’

It is a bathing method that soaks the entire body except for the head. Depending on the temperature of the water, it is divided into a high-temperature bath (42~45℃), lukewarm bath (39~45℃), and cold-water bath (25℃ or less). The higher the temperature of the water, the more active the heat action promotes metabolism and the more effective excretion of waste products from the body. For patients with adult diseases such as high blood pressure, it is recommended to refrain from bathing at too high a temperature, as the increased

metabolism can put a strain on the heart.

Warm the lower body!

 ‘Half bath’

It is a bathing method known to be particularly beneficial for health. For half-bath, where temperature and time are very important, it is desirable to soak the lower part of the stomach in water at 38-40℃, which is slightly higher than body temperature, for 20-30 minutes. It corrects unbalanced body temperature by raising the cold air from the lower body to the upper body.

Half-body bathing is helpful for cold hands and feet caused by the cold lower body, menstrual irregularities, and is effective for skin beauty and strengthening immunity. Since the heart does not come into direct contact with water, it is a good bathing method for the elderly or those with cardiovascular disease. After a half bath, wash your body with lukewarm water, not cold water, and protect your lower body warm with sleeping socks or pants to keep the effect for a long time! Also, to improve blood circulation!

 ‘Foot bath’

This is a bathing method in which the feet that have been washed cleanly in water at about 40 degrees are immersed to the extent of the peach bone. The appropriate time is about 10 to 15 minutes, and if you gently move your ankle in the middle, the effect will increase. Drinking a glass of water right before your workout will help your body circulate smoothly and prevent dehydration. The foot bath, which warms the body as the blood collected at the toe’s spreads throughout the body, relieves muscle pain by relaxing tense muscles, and is good for a good night’s sleep by helping to discharge waste products. Avoid foot baths for 30 minutes before or after a meal or after drinking as there is a risk of exhaustion. Taking a foot bath just before bedtime promotes blood circulation and can interfere with a good night’s sleep. The bath relieves stress and gives a good health effect. End the day fresh and refreshed with a warm bath this evening.


Anubis contributes to improving the well-being and quality of life of society by providing beauty centers, hotels, Spa, Medical-Spa and aesthetic clinics with the most advanced professional aesthetic treatments on the market. With a high component of innovation and development based on results and a high capacity for response and adaptation that allows the specific needs of each client to be covered to the maximum. With more than three decades of experience and a wide range of products with about 180 facial and body references that cover all the needs of different skin types. Thanks to a fully committed and highly qualified team of professionals, Anubis is capable of developing different highly effective treatments with the best possible cosmetic technology. This makes the brand a benchmark in the professional cosmetics sector, placing it among the leading brands in the market. You can find the most effective products in the cosmetics sector that belong to the Anubis brand in Estética Carmen Seijo.

How to recover the skin after the summer?

Summer is about to end and surely you begin to notice some imperfections on your skin and you will wonder how to recover your skin after summer?

After the excitement of summer, we have to see how that tan begins to disappear and our skin becomes dull. This is due to the effects of the sun and bad habits adopted during the holidays.

That is why at this time the right time comes to recover and pamper our skin so that it looks spectacular.

What harms the skin in summer?

During the summer there are a wide variety of factors that affect the appearance and health of our skin. First is the sun. Although the sun has favorable factors, it also has them against it and this is due to a greater extent to the UVB radiation that can cause:

  • Burns.
  • Stains.
  • More serious or even precancerous injuries.

Other detrimental factors in summer are:

  • Chlorine.
  • Salt.
  • Humidity.
  • Changes in temperature
  • Bad nutrition.
  • Lack of rest.

What care does the skin need?

In the first place, there is exfoliation, through this process we can remove the dead cells that are in the outermost layer of our skin. Thanks to this process, the products can penetrate better and thus immediately restore shine to our skin.

The exfoliation can be mechanical or with the help of exfoliating gels.

The second is the hydration of the skin. After being exposed to the sun for long periods, as well as to water, chlorine, and a long etcetera, the skin loses hydration and that is why we need to rescue it. The moisturizers are our great ally.

Food also plays a key role as a diet rich in vitamins and minerals provides the necessary elements for the nutrition of our skin.

Skin detoxification.

To detoxify the skin, a series of basic steps of a healthy life must be followed, such as:

  • Balanced diet.
  • Play sports regularly.
  • Sleep between 6-8 hours a day.
  • No Smoking.
  • Do not drink alcohol.
  • Cosmetic routine.

Aesthetic treatments

There is always the possibility of resorting to aesthetic medicine to help our skin regain its past vitality. Below we will highlight 3 treatments that have been recommended by experts:

  • Peeling: This treatment helps remove the area that is darkened by pigmentation and photoaging. Thanks to this technique, part of the damage caused are reversed and new skin is generated.
  • Mesotherapy: Through infiltrations of hyaluronic acid, vitamins, and amino acids, more effective nutrition and skin hydration is achieved.
  • Pulsed light: Stimulates collagen and rejuvenation, as well as helping to eliminate pigmentation marks, such as spots and redness.

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