Halotherapy: Does halo salt therapy work?

is breathing salt air good for you?

Throughout history salt has been a miracle healing mineral. It is essential to our health through diet and can be absorbed into the body to relieve muscle tension and soreness (as in the floatation therapy tank at Clark Salon and Spa) Used topically, salt can exfoliate and even heal skin conditions. We’ve all heard that breathing the salty ocean air is good for you, but why exactly? 

In the YouTube video, Dr. Oz explains that salt therapy actually has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties that when inhaled, can actually improve respiratory health and even treat illness such as colds and flus. 

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the benefits of a salt therapy

Halo Salt Therapy is the process of inhaling small particles of salt released into the air (usually in a salt booth) to offer natural healing to the body both inside and out without the negative side effects of medication.

Salt contains negatively charged ions that offer a variety of health benefits:

  • Reduce Stress & Anxiety
  • Improve Mood
  • Increase Energy
  • Treat Asthma
  • Heal Respiratory Illnesses such as cold and flus
  • Nourish Skin

salt therapy & Red-Light Therapy in one Vitality Booth

At Clark Salon and Spa you can enjoy the benefits of BOTH halo salt therapy and red-light therapy in one convenient state-of-the-art booth. 

  • Improves Skin Health
  • Anti-aging / younger looking skin
  • Reduces Pain and Inflammation
  • Optimizes metabolism
  • Enhances Brain Function
  • Reduces Anxiety & Depression
  • Boosts Melatonin & Improves Sleep

Increase your vitality in the new Vitality Booth at Clark Salon and Spa!

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