Life is better with steam

By Hawaii Renovation Posted in: BathInterior

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Since ancient times, steam therapy has been used by various cultures around the world for healing, and to maintain and improve good health and beauty; Turkish baths, Finnish saunas, and Japanese steam rooms are just a few examples of cultures that have harnessed the power of steam for centuries.

Here are some benefits of steam bathing:

Respiratory health

Steam improves your breathing because it opens up your nasal passages related to several allergy and virus symptoms. Hot mist, particularly, promotes sinus drainage.

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Skin care

Steam cleanses the skin by opening up your pores and hydrating dry skin. It also may relieve acne conditions.

Holistic health

Steam bathing removes toxins from the body, particularly from excess sodium. It also may relieve pain and discomfort from arthritis.

Well-being

It relieves stress and encourages relaxation.

Physical wellness

Steam bathing increases your blood circulation and boosts metabolism. On average, you will burn 150 calories in a 15-minute session at 114 degrees Fahrenheit.

At The Bathroom Store, the staff sees more and more people in Hawaii incorporating steam baths into their bathroom designs. Adding a flip-down seat to your existing shower and incorporating a steam bath is an easy way to get dual function out of your existing shower floor space.

Mr. Steam (world’s largest manufacturer of steam boilers) offers a wide variety of features and options that can be incorporated into your own steam bath. Aroma

therapy, relaxing chroma light therapy, and even waterproof speakers hooked up to a touch screen system that is connected to your phone via Bluetooth or stereo are just a few features available in a luxurious experience from Mr. Steam.

Come in The Bathroom Store and let the company help you size and design that perfect steam bath and start reaping the benefits of steam today.

THE BATHROOM STORE
contact // 843-2005
address // 667 Puuloa Road
web // tbshi.com