The Great Spa Tub Debate: Ready for Some Tub Time?

Are spa tubs relaxing? What is the healthiest spa tub? Should I buy a spa tub for my home? These are all questions that we hear in our spa day consultations. Everyone has their opinion on which spa bathtub is best, and it can be hard to make up your mind when there are so many choices. We have compiled this blog post with the most popular types of spa baths and what they offer to help you decide which one will work best for your needs!

- A spa tub is a type of hydrotherapy that can have therapeutic benefits. The spa tubs are typically filled with warm water and infused with salts like magnesium sulfate or Epsom salt to help relieve muscle pain, reduce stress, increase circulation, detoxify the body and promote healing.

- Current spa baths come in many different shapes and sizes from round designs for individual use to long rectangular spa baths designed for couples. There are also freestanding heated spas available where you can fill it up at home! When considering which spa bathtub would work best for your needs, think about what size space you want it to be in as well as how much money you want to spend on installation costs. Remember that there can be a spa tub that might fit your needs without breaking the bank.

- When it comes to spa tubs, there are many options available from traditional bathtubs that have been converted into a spa tub with jets and water treatments to self-contained spas where you can fill them up at home or get one delivered right next door! There is also an option called “the spa in a box” which has everything you need for installation so you don't have to worry about costly plumbing work.

- If a spa tub might not be what someone is looking for but they would still like some time out of their busy day, consider an outdoor hot tub instead. With its open air design and natural light, it's perfect for relaxing after a long day.

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