Thalassotherapy

Dead Sea Man by David Shankbone

Dead Sea Man by David Shankbone

Thalassotherapy

Thalassotheraphy comes from the Greek word thalassa – meaning “sea” and it the medical use of seawater as a form or theraphy, along with other sea products – SEAWEED!!

History of Thalassotheraphy

Wikipedia states that claims have been made about Thalassotherapy being developed in the seaside towns of Brittany, France in the 19th Century. Other claims make the practice older than this : “The origins of thermal baths and related treatments can be traced back to remote antiquity. Romans were firm believers in the virtues of thermalism and thalassotherapy.” (Charlier, Roger H. and Marie Claire P. Chaineaux “The Healing Sea: A Sustainable Coastal Ocean Resource : Thalassotherapy”. Journal of Coastal Research)

 

Irish Seaweeds Thalassotheraphy Products

Irish Seaweeds offer a range of seaweed beauty / bath products including 

One bag of dried seaweed which contains brown Kelp Luminaria, (moisture less 10%)  approx 500 grams, should be enough for 6 – 8 baths.

 

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Irish Seaweed Bath Brick 

Seaweed Bath

Seaweed Bath 500 grams

One bag of dried seaweed which contains brown Kelp Luminaria, (moisture less 10%)  approx 500 grams, should be enough for 6 – 8 baths.

Relax in the luxury of a hot Seaweed Bath – but in your own home.

Can be reused and then the seaweed added to the compost heap!

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