Bathroom / September 5, 2018 / Sarah Bartley.
When your muscles are severely aching, what is the first thing that comes to mind? You have 5 seconds to think. Done thinking? Again, what do you usually associate with muscle pain? Isn't it a massage session done by a pair of therapeutic hands? Golly, imagine feeling those hands touching your skin, working their way up to your neck and down to your back. Those hands, whose soothing powers are heaven-sent, tirelessly make signature circular motions and give your muscles a brand new life. Though you entirely do not know whose hands they are, you are thankful that these hands have found their way to your skin. However, you know what, hands don't always necessarily do a message. Of course! To tell you, you can have a luxurious and pampering massage even when you are enjoying a bath soak. This is only possible with a massage bathtub.
Massage Bathtub Types.
You probably have been to spas and have once tried dipping in a tub with all those bubbling water. That tub is precisely a massage bathtub version. It has jets, holes situated on the tub sides, which propel the water or air being circulated in the container.
Massage TubAs the name implies, water-jetted tubs have jets that push water from the holes into the container, creating a stronger massaging effect than the air jets. However, using bubble baths, bath oil, and the likes in a jetted bathtub is a big no-no, so you may find this tub version somewhat boring. Moreover, maintaining this bathtub appears tedious since it requires more careful cleaning than the other type. Just a hint: water-jetted or whirlpool baths have a built-in cleaning system, so better eye for these models.
The massaging force made by air jets is slightly gentler than the one produced by water jets since air is propelled and circulated in this jet system rather than water. But not like the water-jetted bathtubs, air-jetted tubs can accommodate bath oil, bubble baths, and bath salt, making your bath soak entirely more fun and thrilling.