DESCRIPTION OF THE SESSION
A visit to the climate therapy salon lasts for 1 h 30 min, 45 minutes of which is spent
lying quietly in the dimly lit climate room, listening to music, breathing calmly,
sometimes dozing off, recovering, relaxing. After the session, the visitor is well
rested and generally lively. In the special climate, the mud will not begin to tug
the skin unpleasantly when drying and will not cause itchiness.
After the climate room session, the visitor takes a shower, dries and dresses oneself.
It is not a must to wash the mud off completely from your body, a small amount of
the healing mud’s minerals will be absorbed in the next hours.
The lounge offers a chance to drink some water, ask questions and converse.
It is not advisable to rush off outside into the cold after the session, but rather to sit for a while.
EXTRA BONUS! AUSTRALIAN EMU OIL OMEGA 3 6 9
After taking a shower, you can treat your damp skin with the highly therapeutic Australian emu oil, which consists of irreplaceable Omega 3, 6, 9 fatty acids. The oil absorbs quickly and does not clog the pores, while leaving the skin moisturized, elastic and youthful, and promoting the skin’s natural functions. Australian emu oil is used in the treatment of inflammatory skin diseases (psoriasis, atopic dermatitis,
NB! It is strictly forbidden to touch the climate device.
NB! Doors are generally kept shut in the climate therapy salon – this way,
the climate will remain constantly at the same maximal level. Humidity and
colder air coming through the doorways might distort the climate room’s atmosphere for some time.
The visit to the salon should be quiet. You should not talk, eat, drink, use your
mobile phone or read magazines in the climate room.
You may bring your own bikinis and bath slippers to the session.
Overcoats and outdoor shoes are left in the salon’s lounge, which is under a
nurse’s supervision in a locked room. It is advisable for women to put up their
long hair to avoid getting mud in it.
Towels are at the visitor’s disposal (bath towel, hand towel and a small face towel).