Skin Care

Fight Cellulite at the Spa


The spa treatments are recommended for addressing the orange peel skin.


The effectiveness of treatment with thermal water increases in the case where there being submerged in whirlpools, equipped with multiple vents for the outflow of liquid mixed with air. The jets are driven from the sole of the foot to the chest. In some spas, the massage is done in pools with walking paths (steps, slopes and hills), to further stimulate circulation. The treatment takes 15 minutes, then there is a break of fifteen minutes.

What is the purpose?

The massage improves blood circulation, both arterial and venous. It works by stimulating critical points in the elimination of excess fluids and toxins. Give relief to those suffering from heavy legs.


Start treating your cellulite by undergoing balneotherapy, ie diving in the pool or swimming pool with thermal water. The water temperature can vary from 36 to 38 ° C, while the duration of the thermal bath will be 15-20 minutes. A further quarter of an hour is used out of the water for what is called reaction time, which eliminate many of the toxic substances in the body.

What is the purpose?

The contrast baths blood stasis, the capillaries reopen and bring the liquid in the venous circulation, in an important action of drainage. And if it improves the circulation, but then tends to decrease cellulite. This will also slow down the formation of varicose veins.


Similar whirlpool and particularly suitable in the case of cellulite is the hydro pressotherapy: jets of hot and cold thermal water of variable intensity are concentrated manually along the whole body, which is massaged, and with alternating movements in succession, from the ends to the central area.

What is the purpose?

It has a tonic and analgesic, gives relief to tired legs and stimulates the venous return.MUDAfter soaking in the bath, you can go to a treatment with thermal mud, taken from the same waters. Particularly effective against cellulite is the mature mud, which are overloaded the substances dissolved in the water remaining exposed to the source current for at least six months. Usually, at first are rubbed on the skin and then applied in a thick layer of hot, on the parts to be treated, where they are left for a long time, even for half an hour. Once removed by washing, also with thermal water, a lymphatic drainage massage is recommended.



One of the most effective spa treatments for cellulite is the Kneipp vascular. You walk for about 30 minutes in the corridors of thermal water, moving constantly from hot areas to cold areas.

What is the purpose?

The quick transition temperature causes the activation of the peripheral circulation through the dilation and constriction a alternating small arteries and capillaries.


This is a closed environment where the relative humidity is very high (90 to 100%). The temperature varies from 40 to 60 ° C. The treatment takes approximately one quarter of an hour and sweating is less intense than in a very hot and dry like a sauna.

What is the purpose?

The moist heat allows the turkish bath to expel toxins and waste, to dispose of excess fluids, in the case of water retention. Enhances circulation: the first effect of heat is the dilation of blood vessels which improves circulation.


People who suffer from skin diseases (herpes, psoriasis), circulation problems (varicose veins) or the kidney should not approach the turkish bath.


In specific environments the temperature raised to about 60 ° C by means of suitable stoves. The bathroom in dry air takes 10-15 minutes. Next, take a cold shower to bring the temperature of the body to a normal level and to have a firming effect on skin. It should also indulge in a few minutes to relax, the steam exerts on the body to enjoy a relaxant effect.

What is the purpose?

Heat dilates blood vessels and makes blood flow more quickly. In this way get to the tissues a larger amount of oxygen and nutrients.


In general, the sauna is prohibited to those who have low blood pressure (the heat tends to lower it further), who suffers from circulatory problems or heart.