Frequently Asked Questions

What does 'Redken Certified' mean?

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What kind of tanning bed lotion should I use?

There are many brands and types of tanning bed lotions to choose from. Chooseing what is right for you depends on what your needs are. Do you naturally have sensitive skin? Does it dry out easily? Does being out in the sun irritate your skin? These are just a few of the questions you'll want to keep in mind while searching for your perfect lotion. Here are a couple of sites that might help ease the stress and don't forget to check out customer feed back:

What are the benifits of using a sauna?

There is a reason our ancestors found saunas beneficial back in the day. And many years later those benefits have only increased. These days we are plagued with air pollution, clothes that don't allow our skin to breath and varies other ailments that inhibit our skin from preforming at its peak.

Yes, Saunas do open your pours and pull toxins from the body. But a sauna can do so much more and is beneficial to a wide range of people.

People who could benefit the most from a regular trip to the sauna, athletes, detoxers, asthmatics, those with allergies, people with acne, those with bronchitis, joint pain sufferers, and those who experience migraines should all be sitting in a sauna right now.

If you have medical aliments that are being treated by a physician, be sure to talk with them about your personal being and if it is safe for you to add a trip to the sauna into your schedule book.

Are you wondering how a person with breathing ailments might benefit from a sauna? It's the steam; it works its magic by moving through the breathing pathways and increases their functionality. Regular visits to a sauna can even eventually reduce allergy symptoms altogether.

Migraines, muscle aches, tension, and arthritis are not immune to the benefits of a sauna either as they are no match for that magic of steam and heat. A session in a sauna can heat those joints deeply causing youa to feel relief and this in return relaxes the body. When the body is relaxed and non-tense you can begin to heal within and the mind can focus on anything else or nothing if you prefer.

Still not convinced a sauna is in your future? Check out these articles and may they help you find your way to a sauna near you.

How Saunas Work by Robert Lamb

Did you know the health benefits of steam rooms or saunas? by Health And Care Bureau