Global Spa Summit, an annual meeting of spa professionals and leaders, has launched a new web site that aims to present science based evidence for why popular spa treatments offer many health benefits. The site is called Spa Evidence, and according to an article on Skin Inc. the portal:
consolidates clinical evidence about 22 key spa therapies, including yoga, reflexology and aromatherapy, from four existing databases: Natural Standards, the Cochrane Library, Pub Med and the Trip Database.
Through the website you can look up information and scientific studies about such diverse topics as yoga, ear candling, foot reflexology, and reiki. So now the next time someone questions why you need that massage you can use science to prove to them to your health benefits from it.
And if you are wondering what certain spa treatments are, not to mention if spa lingo confuses you, be sure to check out The Associate Skin Care Professionals online Skin Care Glossary for explanations on a whole wide variety of spa related topics.