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Maintaining Your Spa Effortlessly

The hectic pace of life makes the need for low maintenance items a necessity. By regularly changing the water in your hot tub you will lower the maintenance time required as well as increase the lifespan of the tub.

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Maintaining Your Spa Effortlessly

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  1. Should I Worry about Sebum in My Spa? Not at all!

  2. What is Sebum? Sebum is an oil that is created in the microscopic sebaceous glands of the skin. It consists of fat, keratin, and other cellular materials. It’s material makeup makes it useful for lubricating and softening skin.

  3. What is Sebum For? Sebum lubricates and waterproofs both your skin and your hair. Unclogs pores in the skin. Recent research shows that it may be a delivery system for different antioxidants, pheromones, and other antimicrobial properties.

  4. Where is Sebum Found? Sebum is located in multiple areas in the human body. It is mostly found in the face and the scalp. This makes sense as one of the main functions of the secretion is waterproofing. Sebum is also found in lesser amounts in the soles of the feet and the palms of the hands. It is also found in tears.

  5. Unchecked Sebum While sebum is important for the maintenance of your hair and skin, it does build up and needs to be washed. Unchecked sebum is identified as one of the causes of oily hair. An overproduction of sebum is also known to be a contributing factor to acne.

  6. Sebum and Your Spa When you learn about what sebum is, the temptation is to become grossed out. The thought of the waxy oil building up in your spa can be a discomforting thought. However, this is not a problem. Keep in mind that it comes from microscopic glands and is not a visible liquid.

  7. Sebum and Your Spa On the contrary, the spa is actually designed to help keep your sebum flowing and your skin healthy. Just as anything else that gets used, your spa still needs maintenance. Your spa filter does a great job of filtering your water, but chemicals should still be used.

  8. Benefits of a Spa The heat of the spa helps the flow of the sebum from the sebaceous glands. This increased flow of sebum helps to unclog pores that have gotten blocked by other waste materials. The increased flow also assists in moisturizing the skin, leaving it supple and clean.

  9. Benefits of a Spa The effects of an increased flow of sebum has a better effect on the skin than topical moisturizers. The heat and the fluid work together and help to exfoliate the skin. By working with a dermatologist’s instructions, a spa can help to clear up acne caused by excess sebum.

  10. The Spa is Good for Sebum As you’ve discovered in this presentation, sebum is not a problem for your spa. The heat of the spa actually helps to increase the flow of sebum and the movement of bodily waste. Your spa pump will not be affected by the removed sebum, but should still be maintained. Visit us at http://www.spapartsnet.com.

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