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Spa procedures in cosmetology is a complex of cosmetic techniques, the use of which is aimed at solving a variety of skin flaws and the general recovery of the body. Currently, there are three main areas of spa treatment: thalassotherapy - procedures that involve the use of sea products (sea salt and water, sand, algae); mud therapy - application of therapeutic mud enriched with vitamins and minerals; balneotherapy - use of mineral water and mud for treatment. Visiting various spas is possible even without certain reasons for general wellness. In addition, often such cosmetic procedures have a beneficial effect on the psyche. However, they are often indicated for treating a variety of conditions: stress, joint problems, excess weight, hormonal imbalance, or cellulite. Spa treatments are also indicated for chronic fatigue, lack of exercise, heavy legs, and poor diet. The results after spa procedures are stunning, as they help relieve tension, eliminate stress and consequences of depression, promote weight loss, remove toxins from the body, strengthen immunity, normalize blood pressure, and slow down aging processes. There is a list of contraindications for spa procedures, which include the following: varicose veins; Acute infectious and inflammatory diseases; hypertension; cancer diseases; pregnancy; allergy to iodine; Hyperfunction of the thyroid gland. Hydrotherapy (hydrotherapy) is a whole complex of medical and cosmetic procedures that are used for therapeutic, preventive and rehabilitative purposes. Today there are many different methods of hydrotherapy. All of them involve the use of lake, river, rain or sea water. The most widely known hydrotherapy method is considered to be showering, the essence of which is the effect of a stream of water on the body. The water has a certain temperature and is applied at an optimal pressure. Depending on the volume of water served, its temperature, the tension of the jet are several varieties of showers: dust shower, rain shower, circular shower, needle, Scottish shower, Sharko shower. In hydrotherapy, conventional baths are also used, as well as whirlpool baths. The latter is used for localized vibration or temperature effects on a part of the body. Treatment with groundwater, which has a temperature of 37-42 degrees, is called thermal. Hydrokinesotherapy is called therapeutic gymnastics and swimming. A useful effect on the human body has a hardening. Depending on the temperature of the water procedures are divided into several groups: cold, cool, indifferent, warm and hot. The essence of hydrotherapy is that during its sessions the nerve endings located on the skin are irritated, which eventually triggers an impulse to the spinal cord and brain. The impact of warm water on the body activates metabolism, stimulates blood circulation, improves metabolism and enhances the activity of the pancreas. In addition, water has a sedative and analgesic effect on the body, triggers immune processes and stimulates the endocrine system. Cold water affects mainly the blood vessels - they become narrowed, and then they expand again. This results in an increase in blood flow. Contrast treatments are also very popular in hydrotherapy, they normalize blood pressure and stimulate metabolic processes. Wraps are rightly considered one of the most popular cosmetic procedures, which can solve many problems. In particular, wraps effectively fight cellulite. In this case, this procedure is not able to directly affect the fat deposits under the skin. When in the first few days after its implementation, there is a decrease in body size by a couple of centimeters, it speaks not about the destruction of fatty tissue, but about the withdrawal of water from the body. What is important is that the wrap procedure stimulates blood circulation, nourishes skin cells and rejuvenates them. Today in beauty salons and clinics of aesthetic medicine offer two types of wraps: cold and hot. The latter allow you to effectively get rid of toxins and waste, and they are also used to combat cellulite on the abdomen, buttocks and thighs. During cold wraps, the blood vessels and capillaries are narrowed and the blood begins to move toxins to the cleansing internal organs. This type of wrap is indicated for heaviness in the legs, swelling, and for lymphatic drainage of the skin. Thermotherapy refers to a variety of heat treatments like baths, therapeutic mud, saunas, and warming compresses. Cosmetologists also use the technique of infrared heating of tissues, which helps cope with cellulite. This technique is based on heating problem areas of the body with infrared radiation. Under its influence the lymphatic and blood vessels begin to expand, which stimulates the improvement of blood circulation.