According to the definition found on WebMD, Freckles are small brown spots usually found on the face and arms. Freckles are extremely common and are not a health threat. They are more often seen in the summer, especially among lighter-skinned people and people with light or red hair.
Freckles are for the most part harmless and effect a large percentage of the North American population.
Though many with the condition do not feel the need to treat it, others may let it negatively effect their self esteem and lose sleep over it.
For the latter, there is hope in the experimental use of hot tubs to treat the symptoms.
Although no specific reduction of freckles has as yet been recorded, a significant improvement of mood and sense of wellbeing is not uncommon. A few of the benefits are listed below and we will update this material once the final results of the study are published:
- Since the pain and discomfort that can accompany Freckles is usually limited to the self-esteem, it is best overcome in a safe and comfortable environment. The Hot Tub is a great place to begin. To start the subject should be accompanied by one or more support personnel with whom they are comfortable. Once the subject feels the acceptance of the support person, they can begin to relax in the soothing warm water of the spa.
- Increased blood flow to the skin tissues may diminish the contrast of freckles. Although temporary, the visual effect may lessen self-consciousness and increase relaxation and will generally lead to a better nights sleep.
- Smiles have long been known to be contagious. The peace, satisfaction and comfort the subject feels in the Hot Tub invariably lead to a satisfied smile on their face. No matter how many Freckles a person may have, a smile will improve their self worth.
If you suspect you have Freckles, you may feel the need to contact your physician to get a proper diagnosis. Ask the doctor if you are healthy enough for soaking in hot tub to relieve symptoms.
Authors note: Should any Freckles fade while using the hot tub, please check the spa water chemicals. We recommend switching to a non-chlorine water treatment for the health of your skin. Bleaching the freckles off by exposure to high doses of chlorine is not safe. Also, this article is meant to be for fun and should be regarded in anyway medically proven.
It should also be noted that although the author does have freckles he is not an expert on them. He does however have extensive knowledge and expertise regarding Hot Tub Covers. Should you or someone you know suffer from “Heavy Hot Tub Cover Syndrome” please do not hesitate to visit SpaCap.com.