What are alkaline baths used for?
Nowadays, many people become acidic due to the consumption of certain foods and drinks, such as sugar, alcohol, meat, fish and refined carbohydrates.
The skin is the body's largest detoxification organ and a pivotal point or storage place for the organism's more aggressive substances.
The alkaline environment in the water stimulates the elimination of acids in a special way and leads to the release of excess acids from the body in a particularly intensive and rapid manner.
Acids are increasingly stored in connective tissue, including the connective tissue of the skin. When you bathe, your skin pores are opened. The difference in concentration between alkaline water outside the skin cells and acids inside the cells causes the acids to be naturally drained from the cells.
They reach the surface of the skin, pass into alkaline water and are neutralized. For these reasons, alkaline baths are so well suited for “purging” and improving body fluids and the cell environment.