Sinbad-yellow turpentine bath with sea buckthorn oil
The action of turpentine baths is based on the ability of turpentine to open the pores on human skin. In combination with thermal methods, blood supply is intensified in the capillaries that feed the skin. This leads to an increase in transdermal transport of substances by tens of times. As a result, when taking baths, there is an intensive removal of toxins from the body, the supply of useful substances to the skin improves, which leads to rejuvenation of skin cells and the entire body.
The founder of turpentine baths is a well-known Russian doctor A. S. Zalmanov, who worked in the early XX century. He developed three types of baths: white, yellow and mixed, which have different effects on our body. Yellow turpentine baths are designed for people with high blood pressure.
The yellow baths developed by Aurora are a further improvement of A. S. Zalmanov’s yellow baths. They additionally contain sea buckthorn oil, which softens the action of the emulsion and has a positive effect on the skin. In addition, active silica is added, which restores the extracellular matrix and has an even greater anti-aging effect on the body.
Composition: turpentine (turpentine oil), oleic acid, sea buckthorn oil, castor oil, montanox 80, distilled water, lactic acid, sodium hydroxide, magnesium hydroxide, Aerosil, citric acid, calcium ascorbate, potassium carbonate.
Expansion of capillaries of the venous and arterial circulatory systems, dissolution of salt deposits in joints, tendons and ligaments, in the walls of blood vessels. Activation of lung tissue ventilation, improvement of blood supply to the brain and heart muscle. Lowering blood pressure. Stimulation of sweating, removal of excess salts and slags through the skin. Temporary increase in body temperature.
- to enhance metabolic processes, stimulate the processes of self-regulation of the body and the immune system;
- prevention of premature aging to improve physical condition, improve health and vitality;
- to the normalization of water-salt exchange in the treatment of various diseases (osteochondrosis, arthrosis, gout);
- in the treatment of respiratory diseases (acute bronchitis, laryngitis, tracheitis, rhinitis, pneumonia);
- in the treatment of diseases of the cardiovascular system (hypertension, myocardial infarction – rehabilitation, obliterating endarteritis, varicose disease, atherosclerosis, CHD);
- in the treatment of diseases of the digestive tract;
- in the complex treatment of urolithiasis, pyelonephritis, cystitis;
- in the treatment of rheumatism, rheumatoid arthritis;
- to the normalization of fat metabolism (weight reduction, cellulite removal).
It is necessary to use turpentine baths after consulting a doctor in order to choose the duration of the course, the dosage of the solution and the temperature of the baths taken, depending on the General condition of the body and the diagnosis of a particular person.
You should take a course of 10-20 procedures, it is possible to extend the course. Baths can be taken daily, every other day, two days in a row with a break on the third day. It is necessary to take precautions to avoid contact with the solution in the eyes, as well as on the most sensitive areas of the body.
For people with sensitive skin, it is necessary to protect particularly sensitive areas with vaseline – the internal surfaces of the bends of large joints: elbow, shoulder, knee, hip; genitals and anal opening; the surface of the skin with small defects: scuffs, diaper rash, etc.
The amount of solution per bath gradually increases from 10-15 ml for the first procedures to 50-60 ml. The bath temperature should also increase gradually from 36-37oC to 38-39oc. Duration of baths: starting from 5 minutes, gradually increase the time for 1-2 minutes to 14-18 minutes.
It is possible to change the duration of the bath, the temperature or the amount of turpentine solution, depending on the tolerance. The maximum amount of turpentine emulsion is also individual, but does not exceed 80 ml per bath. Repeated use of water with turpentine solution for another person is strictly prohibited.
After leaving the bath on a wet body (do not rinse or dry), put on a Bathrobe or wrap in a sheet, go to bed, warmly covered. The duration of rest after a bath is at least 45 minutes, so at home it is better to take a bath at night.
Turpentine baths should not be taken in the presence of any unhealed skin defects (wounds, abrasions), as well as people with individual intolerance to turpentine baths. In addition, contraindications are: tuberculosis (open form), severe heart failure, arrhythmia, malignant neoplasms, pregnancy. Baths have no age-related contraindications.
During the bath, you need to lead a healthy lifestyle, avoid alcohol, and not overeat.
Store at a temperature of +5°C to +20°C and humidity not exceeding 75%. Shake well before use.
Shelf life – 3 years.
Plastic bottle of dark color 200 ml.