In the East, hammam, which in Arabic means “heat propagation,” is considered to be a source of incredible pleasure, health, good mood and is an integral part of culture. At the beginning of the 7th century, the Prophet Muhammad himself recommended hot baths to his followers, believing that the heat of the Hammam increases fertility and thus can help in multiplying the number of adherents of Islam. Indeed, the effects of heat and sweating have a beneficial and rejuvenating effect on the entire body, in particular on the cardiovascular, locomotors, respiratory, thermoregulatory and endocrine systems. And the Turkish bath soothes nerves, restores strength, boosts mental abilities, and cleanses the body of toxins and impurities.
Hammam includes a whole range of procedures: sauna, peeling, massage. The temperature in the Turkish bath is not very high — usually not more than 80 degrees and the heat is transferred to the body by abundant moist steam. You relax on a hot marble slab. Your body becomes soft, supple, and skin — elastic. You feel true pleasure. Then peeling procedure, as a result of which keratinized skin scales are effectively removed. And finally, foam massage — the peak of pleasure.
Only in the Turkish bath you will receive a full range of positive emotions, combined with physical and spiritual cleansing.