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Create Your Own Covid-19 Spa at Home

Create Your Own Covid-19 Spa at Home
Kevin Cleary

Who doesn’t enjoy pampering themselves with a day at the spa? Unfortunately, with the coronavirus making a comeback the prudent thing to do is to socially distance yourself from your favorite spa (at least in the near future). This does not mean that you have to give up on the mental and physical benefits of your favorite spa. We here at HPFY can show you how you can pamper yourself in the safety of your own home.

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Physical and Mental Benefits of the Spa

A day at the spa has a plethora of benefits for your mental and physical well-being. Understanding the benefits of the spa can help you choose what specific treatments may benefit your lifestyle. Relieving stress and sore or tired muscles is only the beginning of the benefits. Some physical and mental benefits of a day at the spa include:

  • Stress Relief: Being able to reduce stress can reduce the risk of high blood pressure, headaches, and even irritability.
  • Antiaging: In order to slow down father time, spa facials can delay or prevent the onset of wrinkles by stimulating and hydrating skin cells.
  • Better Sleep: A deep tissue massage can help relax muscles and lower blood pressure. This can help you keep a healthy heart rate and sleep better.
  • Improves Circulation: Regular spa treatments can improve blood flow and circulation while regulating blood pressure.
  • A Better Mood: Spa visits (especially massages) can increase the release of serotonin, a hormone associated with happiness, and improve your overall happiness and mood.

Build Your Spa!!

In today’s Covid-19 world, avoiding going to the spa can be a wise decision in order to avoid potential exposure to coronavirus. So the question beckons to be asked, how do I get the benefits of a spa treatment without going to the spa? Well, it turns out it is possible to reap the benefits of a relaxing spa treatment at home, all you need is just the right equipment. Some options to create your own Covid-19 home spa include:

  • ObusForme Professional Body Massager with 9 Foot Power Cord Obus: This professional-grade, percussion massager is ideal for deep tissue massage with a high-intensity system that delivers up to 3000 pulses per minute. It offers five intensity settings and three pairs of multi-density massage nodes.
  • Rose Healthcare Whirlpool Jet Spa with Variable Control: Turn any bathtub into a luxurious spa with this easy to use and portable whirlpool spa. It has an adjustable spray nozzle with variable control and is easily installed with strong suction cups that attach to your existing tub to relax and eliminate tension and stress.
  • WaxWel Paraffin Bath: Many professional spas use paraffin therapies to help skin on your feet and hands. It is beneficial for minimizing the hardening of skin and pain relief. The wax used is a natural emollient that makes skin soft and supple, while adding moisture to the skin. It can also benefit those suffering from osteoporosis, fibromyalgia, and other joint mobility issues.
  • Patterson Medical Paraffin Blocks: These medical-grade blocks of wax are some of the purest and most refined paraffin available. Available in three different scents and unscented, these pure paraffin wax blocks come in convenient, easy to separate trays.
ObusForme Professional Body Massager with 9 Foot Power Cord Obus
ObusForme Professional Body Massager with 9 Foot Power Cord Obus
Rose Healthcare Whirlpool Jet Spa With Variable Control
Rose Healthcare Whirlpool Jet Spa with Variable Control
  • Bon Vital Deep Tissue Massage Cream: This rich, luxurious massage cream is enriched with jojoba oil for excellent skincare health and leaves a lasting glide. Versatile enough for a plethora of deep tissue techniques, it doesn’t have a greasy feel and is actually formulated for therapists who use a variety of massage modalities. Nothing beats a great massage at home!!
  • Aroma Diffuser: A great way to reduce stress is through the use of aromatherapy. This aroma diffuser allows you to create a peaceful and serene environment through the use of your sense of smell. This diffuser can eliminate stress, boost your energy, help with your daily headache, and even help you get a better night’s sleep.
  • ObusForme Deep Kneading Shiatsu Massage Cushion with Heat: Let’s face it, we all like a good massage. This shiatsu massage cushion has three massage program zones (upper, lower, and full back) as well as relaxing heat to help with relaxing tense muscles. The corded hand control gives you full control over your massage experience!!
Aroma Diffuser
Aroma Diffuser
Obusforme Deep Kneading Shiatsu Massage Cushion with Heat
ObusForme Deep Kneading Shiatsu Massage Cushion with Heat
  • Bilt-Rite Standard Moist/Dry Blue Heating Pad: The benefits of heat therapy are well documented and this heating pad allows for treatment of sports injuries, arthritic pain, muscle spasms, and even menstrual cramps. The large 12” x 15” soft pad has a comfortable washable cover and wet proof pad.
  • InTENSity 10 Digital TENS Unit: Often physical therapists use TENS units to help with pain relief associated with injuries. You can take that therapy technique into your own home with this easy to use TENS unit. It allows patients to select from 10 preset body icons for customized therapy to target certain areas in pain. It works by using specified electrical signals that mask or confuse the pain receptors in your body (or at least that’s the theory). No pain… Good!!
  • Stress Stop Relaxing Through the Seasons CD and DVD: Part of the beauty of visiting your local spa is the environment that they create that is conducive to relaxation and diminishing stress. This CD allows you to create your own stress-free environment by helping you relax, reduce your worries, and eliminate distracting thoughts. This can reduce stress, decrease muscle tension, and help you sleep better. It includes five relaxation exercises that help with conscious breathing, progressive muscle relaxation, and mindfulness.

This coronavirus pandemic (which is only getting worse) has kept us from some of our favorite activities and visiting the local spa is one of them. By creating your own spa in the home, you can stay safe and still reap the benefits of a day of relaxation and minimizing stress. Lord knows we need that in these times. Stay safe and stress-free!!


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HPFY Kevin Cleary

Kevin Cleary

Kevin Cleary has been a Health Products For You contributor for many years and has a degree in marketing. His health and wellness journey has a very personal meaning and has guided him in his content writing for HPFY.

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