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In their treatment discriptions, wellness hotels often use technical terms, which are hard to understand for potential guests. We have therefore collected and defined the most relevant terms in our small wellness ABC. A tip: Our wellness dictionary also supports word requests. You don't need to know the exact wording.
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Serailbath - What is meant by it?
A Serail Bath is a beauty treatment with curative mud in a hammam. The temperature in the hammam sauna ranges from 38* to 50*C. After a brief warming-up phase in the sauna, the curative mud is applied. Suiting the individual needs of each guest, a serail bath contains for example highly effective ingredients like cleansing salt, mud, chalk and mineral oils. The curative mud is applied to the body by hand and then soaks in. During this face, the warmth of the sauna enables ingredients to deeply cleanse the skin by opening up pores. The curative mud furthermore has a detoxifying effect. After soaking in, it is washed off with a warm shower. There are various positive aspects to a Serail Bath: Not only does the skin feel very soft after a Serail Bath but it also has a relaxing and calming effect. To finish the treatment, a body oil is applied to the skin.
The treatment itself follows the structures of the Rasulbath.