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Skincare in the bath: scrubs

Body scrubs have become a popular part of the bathhouse self-care ritual, and it's no wonder. Not only does the bathhouse promote relaxation and revitalization of the body, but it also provides a great opportunity to pay attention to the skin. Scrubs are cosmetic products that help to cleanse, refresh and make the skin smoother and more radiant.

Using a scrub while visiting a bathhouse has a number of benefits. Firstly, the steam room makes the skin more exposed due to the enlargement of the pores, which makes the cleansing process more effective. Secondly, scrubbing improves blood circulation and stimulates lymphatic drainage, which helps to eliminate toxins and improve skin tone.
Bath scrubs usually contain abrasive particles such as salt, sugar, coffee grounds or mineral components that help mechanically remove dead skin cells. They are also often enriched with essential oils and other natural ingredients that moisturize and nourish the skin, leaving it looking healthy and silky.

The process of using a scrub in the bath is quite simple. After a short time in the steam room, when the skin has heated up and the pores have opened, the scrub is applied to wet skin. Then with soft massaging movements the scrub is rubbed all over the body, paying special attention to rough areas such as elbows, knees and heels. After a thorough massage, the scrub is rinsed off with warm water and you will feel your skin become incredibly smooth and soft.

In addition to aesthetic benefits, using a scrub in the bath helps to improve the overall condition of the skin, promotes better absorption of moisturizers, also prepares the skin for tanning, making it more even and durable. However, do not forget that the frequency of scrubbing depends on the type of skin - for delicate and sensitive skin 1-2 times a week is enough, and for rougher skin you can increase the frequency.

So, visiting a bathhouse becomes not only an opportunity to relax and unwind, but also an effective way to take care of the skin of the whole body, to make it radiant and attractive.