Frequently Asked Questions

1. How do I use the ionic device and can I take an ionic bath every day?

No, it is not recommended to use the ionic bath daily. Take a break for 2 to 3 full days between each session in order to give the body time to restore its energy balance.

2. Are there any permanent side effects?

No, it appears these technologies do not have any permanent, harmful side effects on the body. The whole process is safe, relaxing and effective.

3. After how many sessions will I notice a change?

This will vary depending on each person and their state of health. For frail people living with the effects of a long period of toxin accumulation, more sessions will be required to detoxify the body.

4. Why do I feel itchy?

The energy present during ionic detoxification can tingle the skin, however the majority of people feel nothing. Those who have a highly acidic body (very low pH) will be more vulnerable to temporary itching.

5. Why do some people have swollen feet after a session?

This is a normal reaction to lymphatic stimulation and increased blood flow.

6. Are there any cosmetic effects of this detoxification method?

Age spots and wrinkles are, among other things, caused by long periods of toxin accumulation in the body. Regular sessions will reduce these toxins and enable skin cell regeneration, which helps the skin regain its radiance, elasticity, texture and natural colour. An improvement in the brightness of the eyes and hair is often noticed.

7. Is there any risk of electric shock during the foot bath?

No. The device has an automatic protection function. When the electricity flowing through the water exceeds the safety level the device will turn itself off. There is no danger or problem with the feet touching the ion generator.

8. Why is sea salt added to the water?

To increase electrical conductivity.

9. Why does the water change colour even if it is not being used?

Water, salt and electrodes contain all kinds of minerals and substances that will react by oxidation to form impurities in the water. Water particles that are neutralized will easily rinse off whereas those that leave the body are covered in fat and mucus (sticky substances) which may require scrubbing and a deep clean.

10. What is an ion?

There are two types of ions. Those which have a positive charge are called cations and those with a negative charge are called anions. The size of an ion is approximately one micron (0.0001 µm), which makes it invisible even under a microscope. The proportion in the body should be an 80 percent of anions (-) and a 20 percent of cations (+).

11. Where are negative ions found?

Everywhere in nature, but particularly in the forest, the mountains, the seaside or at the edge of a waterfall. This is why visiting these places feels so good.

12. Why do we use warm water during a session and cold to rinse?

Warm water promotes dilation of the pores on the skin of the feet, which facilitates ion absorption as well as the removal of toxins from the body to the bath water.

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