Ever notice how your skin just seems to naturally look better when you’re more active or working out more consistently? This is not by chance. It’s easy to forget that our skin is the largest of the body’s major organs. And like every vital system in the body, it’s at the mercy of nutrients, fluids and essential compounds to keep things functioning at their best. When pores get clogged-up, however, skin cells can quickly become deprived of their most basic biological requirements.
Research has demonstrated on countless occasions the positive effect sweating can have on clear, healthy skin. Sweating moves oxygen and nutrient-rich blood closer to the surface, for enhanced utilization of the immune factors, nutrients and other compounds needed to function optimally.
As New York’s foremost personal sweat lodge experience, driphouse® offers a safe, relaxing and uniquely effective way to reap the many skin-health benefits of sweating.
Open Pores to Expel Toxins & Embedded Debris
Sweating is one of most effective ways to purge caked-in dirt, debris and potentially harmful toxins from the skin’s dermal layers. In their absence, the natural flow of nutrient-rich blood and cleansing lymphatic fluid can be restored, for skin that’s healthier and more vibrant.
Improved Skin Texture & Appearance
Sweating stimulates the body’s natural circulation mechanisms, which in turn makes nutrients and other beneficial compounds more readily available. This has made drip sessions popular among those dealing with common skin conditions like acne, scarring, psoriasis, rosacea, eczema and many others.
At driphouse® in Rochester and Buffalo NY, our advanced FAR-infrared heating technology is a safe and effective way to help induce healthy, cleansing sweat; from a facility that’s immaculate, and a staff ready to help in any way we can.
We invite you to learn more about the skin health benefits of sweating, or book your first drip session by speaking with one of the driphouse® staff. We can be reached by phone at 585-267-7804 or through our contact page.