Spa Center in Friedrichskoog

Fontamar Spa Center

A rejuvenating experience to recharge and enrich your mind, body and soul!

Source of the sea

Fontamar

The stimulating climate of the North Sea coast in the North Sea resort of Friedrichskoog has a health-promoting effect on the human organism. Enjoy the vastness of the horizon on a beach walk and the fresh, low-pollen and iodine-laden North Sea air. The natural conditions are guarantors for recreation in every season.

Services For Every Occasion

Fontamar is the spa and wellness center in Friedrichskoog. Here, the topics of health , wellness and leisure are combined to form a holistic concept.

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For your health, outpatient care (outpatient cures) and compact cures are offered. Typical remedies for the North Sea resort Friedrichskoog are: chronic respiratory diseases, skin diseases (psoriasis, atopic dermatitis), allergic diathesis, cardiovascular diseases, chronic diseases of the locomotor system, childhood diseases, general health hazards and weakness, psycho-vegetative syndromes.

Wellness Spa

Wellness enthusiasts will find in the concept of the fontamar a mixture of wellness and fitness ideas. With fun in the group for Nordic Walking and then let yourself be pampered by one of the many wellness offers.

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Beauty Spa

A year-round leisure enjoyment offers our seawater thermal bath. Experience all-round relaxation in the comforting warm sea water at 32 ° C, in our solarium and in the steam room or strengthen your muscles in the weight room. The bistro-café offers a well-balanced menu for every season.

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How to prevent pimples for a healthier skin

Pimples, also called acne, happen when your skin’s oil glands are overactive and pores end up kindled. Some types of skin bacteria may aggravate pimples. Pimples can show up anyplace on the skin, however they most frequently happen on the face. Because pimples are usually activated by androgen hormones and, in some cases, genetics, there’s no sure-fire approach to prevent them. Still, there are numerous methods to decrease their severity and hold them under tight restraints.

1) To help prevent pimples, it’s essential to expel excess oil, dirt, and sweat day by day. Washing your face more than two times per day may exacerbate acne, be that as it may, try not to wash your face with harsh cleansers that dry skin. Utilize an alcohol-free cleanser. To wash your face: Wet your face with warm, not hot, water.

Apply a mild cleanser in a delicate, circular movement using your fingers, not a washcloth

Rinse thoroughly, and pat dry.

 

2) Anybody can get pimples, regardless of their skin type. Oily skin is the most pimple-prone. It’s caused by your skin’s sebaceous glands creating excessively oily sebum. Another type of skin that may cause pimples is combination skin. Combination skin means you have both dry areas and oily areas. The oily areas have a tendency to be your brow, nose, and chin, also called your T-zone. Knowing your skin type will enable you to choose the correct skin care products.

3) Moisturizers enable skin to stay hydrated. However, numerous moisturizers contain oil, synthetic fragrance, or other ingredients that may irritate skin and cause pimples. To help prevent pimples, use fragrance-free, noncomedogenic moisturizers after you wash your face or when your skin feels dry.

4) Over-the-counter (OTC) acne treatments may help zap pimples fast or prevent them in the first place. Most contain either benzoyl peroxide, salicylic acid, or sulphur. Use an OTC treatment to spot-treat pimples. Or on the other hand, use it as a maintenance regimen to control outbreaks. To help prevent side effects such as redness, irritation, and dryness, precisely use it after the manufacturer’s usage instructions.

5) In case you’re dehydrated, your body may signal your skin’s oil glands to create more oil. Dehydration also gives your skin a dull appearance and promotes inflammation and redness. To keep your body all around hydrated, drink no less than eight 8-ounce glasses of water every day. Drink more after exercise, in case you’re pregnant or breastfeeding, or you spend time in a hot, humid environment.

6) Stress doesn’t cause pimples, however, it might aggravate them. As per the American Academy of Dermatology, research has shown that when you’re stressed, your body produces more oil-stimulating hormones. So, try your best to stay stress-free and relax. Don’t worry about pimples they are not here to stay.

In our hectic lives, we tend to ignore ourselves. We need to realise that we have to put our gruelling schedules on hold, and take some time out just to pamper and treat ourselves. Fontamar spa is my go-to place – to refresh and soothe my mind and relieve all the built-up stress. You should visit here too – to have a wonderful, enriching experience!

Sharon Harper, Femina Miss Asia