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For centuries now, thermal water has attracted a fair share of devotees. But why? Let’s try to demystify the virtues of this extra special water!
Flowing from the depths of the earth – mainly in mountainous regions – thermal water is hot, rich and pure. It is pure because it is free of bacteria and dirt. It is rich because since it flows underground, it is protected from pollution and, as it travels, it picks up mineral salts, gases, trace elements and nutrients our body needs.
Its unique properties endow thermal water with a host of therapeutic benefits.
Depending on its composition and source, thermal water can help address various issues. In dermatology, it is often used to treat acne and eczema and reduce burn-related damage and scars. For these specific purposes, water containing calcium, magnesium or sodium bicarbonate is a good choice.
In addition to being non-irritating, the elements found in thermal water have soothing, anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Thermal water is, in fact, recommended for sensitive, dehydrated or dry skin.
Several specialized dermo-cosmetic companies offer products formulated with thermal water. Avène, La Roche-Posay and Vichy are among the most recognized and popular brands. To know more about their particular qualities, come meet our skin care experts. They can give you advice and information.
Generally sold in spray form, thermal water is convenient and easy to use. Here are a few ways of availing yourself of its benefits.
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