Cooltura Hub Introduces Home Service Spa and Barber

During the pandemic, we just really want to relax, take a breather and remain safe, we miss getting a good massage and a better haircut. Some tried to DIY but it’s still is better to just either sit on a comfy chair or just lay flat on bed and get the pampering we deserve so we can improve our physical and mental health.

Cooltura Hub understands what we want, thus we introduces the safest way to bring your favorite treatments at home or in private relaxation spaces. Guaranteed safe and we only hire licensed therapist or good barber for your treatments.

No matter the type, the benefits of massage really come down to one thing: pressure. “The skin is moved during a moderate pressure massage, which results in a calming and slowing of the nervous system,” says Tiffany Field, PhD, director of the Touch Research Institute at the University of Miami School of Medicine. And that slowing of the nervous system leads to other physiological effects, too, like a decrease in heart rate, lowered blood pressure, and changes in EEG patterns (electrical activity in your brain), says Field.

When it comes to keeping your hair looking just the way you like it, the easiest way is to keep a regular haircut schedule. Here are a few more things to consider:

Freshen Up

If you have short hair or a specific cut, regular trims will keep your look fresh and easier to manage.

Avoiding Split Ends

Longer hair benefits from trims to keep split ends at bay.

Damage Control

Spilt ends are progressive, meaning, once an end is spilt, it continues to split, moving from the end toward the scalp.

No Frizz Zone

If you don’t get your hair trimmed, you could end up with fine, straggly, frizzy, damaged looking hair.

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