Spa History. The history of spas goes back centuries, stretching as far back as ancient Greece. Then and now, spas have been seen as a place for healing and relaxation. From the Roman baths to modern-day wellness centers filled with saunas, whirlpools, gyms, and luxury treatments – these havens of tranquility were born from a deep desire to replenish one’s health and vitality. Though the physical spaces may differ in design through the ages, their ultimate intent has remained unchanged – to help people return from exhaustion to energized lives. In this blog, we’ll explore that history further by looking at one particular spa destination in great detail.
Spas and word of their usefulness spread across most of Europe. All across the continent, spas grew in tandem with the public interest. Spas often capitalized on the benefits drawn from a given region’s particular characteristics and mineral-rich water. Hygiene and bathing were and still are necessities for rehabilitation and illness prevention. Spas now focus on so much more than hydrotherapy and cleanliness; you can always expect to leave feeling refreshed and renewed.
What do you associate with the word “spa”?
Does a day of vacation-like relaxation, of ‘take-my-mind-off- things’ repose, sound just about right? Such an image hits directly on what one might find in a spa Today: a pampered retreat. However, modern luxury to us, a historical look at the idea of a spa, highlights its origins as an institution of health and wellness, with relaxation as part of bringing the body to its complete sense of self.
Spas Today aren’t a whole lot different.
Today, spas remain synonymous with a holistic approach to health and renewal, the same approach we take at the Honey House with all our products. We strive to provide products that nourish, relax, and treat your body with the respect it deserves and the attention it demands. The practical demands in life weigh heavy on us, eventually burning everyone out.
Spa History and the modern spa treatment
Enter our spa rituals—a series of home care Spa Towers™ that we have created for our busy customers. Transform your bathroom into your spa in as little as 30 minutes with these curated product collections that offer head-to-toe treatments. Each ritual, designed for self-care, provides you with scrubs, butter, teas, and more to brighten your mood and complexion.
Water has been used for healing since ancient times, and the modern spa is a continuation of this tradition. Today, you can bring the benefits of the spa into your home with a few simple changes. Create a space that is dedicated to relaxation and make it your oasis. Add some greenery, soothing colors, soft fabrics, and luxurious towels. Be sure to have plenty of unscented candles and some calming essential oils. Now, you only need a little time to enjoy your homemade spa retreat!
This is what our customers are saying:
“Today was my first normal day in months. I did a boot camp this afternoon, came home, cooked dinner, and then told my husband to watch whatever he wanted because I was going upstairs to do a Waxing Kara mask. This sounds pretty lame, but it was heaven.
I decided to go for the “brightening” one (just feeling pasty and hideous from no sun and a long winter) which smelled beautiful and felt fabulous. My hair is matted to my head, I have no make up on and yet I feel like I just walked out of a spa. Truly, it was such a treat and my skin feels so soft and glowing. I have to order more because I used up the entire jar!!! but just had to tell you how much I loved it. I am now officially hooked and for someone who no longer seems to have time for facials, etc. – this is just what the doctor ordered. Thank you, hon.”
“I absolutely loved the SPA TOWER products. I shut myself in the bathroom and took an hour to treat myself to the entire process. My skin feels amazing and I am a convert! I told my husband that I need to do this frequently! Thank you so much for introducing me to this wonderful way to take care of myself.”