The benefits of a particular type of waters
Thermal water is a type of water that flows naturally from underground springs, characterized by beneficial properties for the health and beauty of the skin. This water has an underground geological path, in which it undergoes a series of chemical and physical transformations which give it certain properties.
The properties of thermal water depend on its place of origin and the path it has made underground, but in general these waters are rich in minerals, trace elements and other substances beneficial to the skin. Among the substances present in greater quantities we find sulphates, chlorides, bicarbonates, calcium, magnesium, potassium, zinc and copper, but the composition can vary depending on the source.
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Who discovered thermal water
Thermal water has been used for centuries in Europe for its beneficial properties for the skin and health. Many people use thermal water as a skin tonic, spraying it directly on the face or using it to refresh the skin after shaving or sun exposure.
Furthermore, thermal water is often used in cosmetic products, such as creams and lotions, due to its moisturizing, soothing and anti-inflammatory properties.
Types of thermal water
Thermal water is commercially available in the form of spray bottles or as an ingredient in skin care products. However, it is important to choose quality products that have undergone rigorous safety and quality controls. Furthermore, the use of thermal water does not replace daily skin care and cannot replace the advice of a doctor or dermatologist.
Thermal water spray and thermal treatments at spas can have different and complementary benefits.