Water is the base ingredient of every cosmetic. It is best to choose products that contain thermal water because it has a beneficial effect on the skin. What are the properties of thermal water, how to use it and where to find it? Let’s check this out!
Thermal water is located deep underground, even 6000 m below the surface. Water that flows through layers of soil gathers numerous elements. In addition, under the influence of heat, thanks to which the springs are heated, various reactions take place, and as a result, new valuable substances are created. Bathing in thermal water supports the treatment of acne, psoriasis and atopic dermatitis.
Thermal water is hypoallergenic and the substances contained in it, are both deposited in the epidermis, and penetrate into the deeper layers of the skin. Cooled down thermal water is mineral water used for the production of valuable cosmetics.
Thermal water – composition
Thermal water is naturally free of bacteria, fungi and other microorganisms, and is rich in minerals and microelements that have a positive effect on the skin.
Thermal water containing a lot of ingredients, but in small quantities – low mineralized water has the best effect on the skin. Why is that? Because the excess of mineral elements can cause irritation. The composition of the thermal water depends on the source from which it was obtained. There are no two sources with the same set of components.
Thermal water – how to use it?
Thermal water should be used in a particular way, depending on the cosmetics in which it is used. When using creams and lotions containing thermal water, apply them to clean skin, preferably a few minutes after washing. You can spray the skin with water and either dry it with a tissue after a few minutes or allow it to air-dry.
Moreover, is worth using thermal water all year round, especially if you spend a lot of time in heated rooms. In the morning and evening, it will replace a toner and during the day, it will refresh the skin and fix the makeup. In addition, it will soothe the skin after depilation and after tanning.