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Spas & Saunas in Grand Haven
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Donaylle Nicole Hair Studio - Grand Haven, MI - Phone: (616) 847-3141
Be Medical Spa & Salon - Grand Haven, MI - Phone: (616) 842-2400
Natalia's Designs & Day Spa - Grand Haven, MI - Phone: (616) 847-1070
Nature's Envy Day Spa & Tanning - Grand Haven, MI - Phone: (616) 844-2456
Reds BL Elements - Grand Haven, MI - Phone: (616) 847-2122
Roger Jeske Pool Service & Supply - Grand Haven, MI - Phone: (616) 842-5139
Helpful Definition for: Spas & Saunas
The term 'Spa' is derived from the name of the town Spa in Belgium and is associated with water treatment. Spa resorts usually offer various water treatments through the curative powers of mineral water. In earlier days, it was believed that bathing in hot or cold springs could cure various ailments and was also known as medicinal bathing. But after the American Revolution, the spa industry began to gain popularity. Then there are day spas in Grand Haven that are business establishments which offer professionally administered personal care treatment such as massages and facials. A medical spa is a term that describes any medical office in Grand Haven that operates under the supervision of a licensed health care professional, and offers non-surgical cosmetic medical treatments.
Whereas, 'Sauna' is a facility in a small room or house, designed as a place to experience dry or wet heat sessions. In a typical sauna session in Grand Haven, participants can sit or lie down with the room temperature typically netween 70 degree Celsius and 100 degree Celsius. This promotes sweating and in turn induces relaxation. In earlier days, sauna featured a fireplace where stones were heated to a high temperature and water was thrown over it to produce steam. However, later they started to use metal woodstove with a chimney.
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