Collection: Cold Plunges

Cold Plunge Tubs & Ice Baths for at home cold therapy treatments can work with heat therapy from saunas or steam rooms, taking your body to healing measures on both ends of the temperature spectrum.

Practice heat therapy and cold therapy for optimal health, wellness and healing.

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Most common questions about Cold Plunges & Ice Baths.

Cold plunges and ice baths can offer benefits like improved circulation, reduced inflammation, and enhanced recovery when practiced safely. But they may not be suitable for everyone and can pose risks if done improperly or for certain medical conditions.

Cold plunging every day can be safe and effective for many people, but it's crucial to listen to your body, start gradually, and adjust your routine based on your own needs and tolerance levels. If you have any concerns or medical conditions, it's always best to consult with a healthcare professional.

Cold water therapy temperatures typically range from 50 to 60 degrees Fahrenheit (10 to 15 degrees Celsius), but individual preferences vary. Aim for a temperature that feels invigorating without causing discomfort or risking hypothermia.

Cold plunges don't directly detox the body but may support overall health by promoting circulation, reducing inflammation, and boosting immune function when practiced safely and in combination with a healthy lifestyle.

Cold water may temporarily tighten the skin and reduce puffiness, giving the appearance of smoother skin. Cold exposure can also stimulate circulation and collagen production, which can contribute to overall skin health and potentially help with anti-aging over time.

Cold plunges can potentially help reduce anxiety by triggering the release of endorphins, which are feel-good hormones that can improve mood. The shock of cold water immersion may serve as a form of stress exposure therapy, helping individuals build resilience to stressors over time too.

They can become more tolerable with regular exposure as your body adapts to the cold. Over time, you may experience less shock and discomfort, and the initial cold sensation may feel less intense. Consistent practice can help build mental resilience and make ice baths more manageable.