Salt enhances flavor, preserves food, and, when thrown over the shoulder, wards off oncoming slugs. Explore nature's most versatile compound with today's Groupon: for $40, you get three 45-minute salt-air treatments at Salt Chalet Arizona in Scottsdale (a $165 value).
Visitors enter Salt Chalet Arizona's darkened salt rooms to relax in the therapeutic elements of a natural microclimate that can potentially alleviate both respiratory and skin conditions. For 45 minutes, salt seekers recline atop comfy deck chairs while a fine-salt aerosol opens airways to help foster improved breath and hour-long kazoo solos. The tiny particles dislodge bacteria and toxins built up in the respiratory tract and can abate inflammation and expunge mucus. Meanwhile, a computerized HaloGenerator monitors the air's salt concentration to ensure each session is catered to client's specific needs. Guests can emerge from their salty confines with alleviated conditions such as asthma, eczema, and bland french fries.
Salt cave visitors remain fully clothed throughout their sessions, only having to swap out shoes for blue slippers. With today's Groupon, customers can also purchase salt products at 10% off as well as Dead Sea cosmetic products at 10%–50% off. Salt Chalet Arizona recommends 10–15 sessions to achieve best results and immunity to attacks from slugs.
Salt Chalet Arizona
Years ago, miners in Eastern Europe first discovered the therapeutic benefits of salt: Hours of exposure in salt mines was said to alleviate such respiratory ailments as asthma, bronchitis, and more. Salt Chalet Arizona imitates the salt mines of Eastern Europe. Inside the facility’s two treatment rooms, layers of salt extracted from the Dead Sea coat the surfaces from floor to ceiling. Amid calming light and ambient music, visitors lounge back in comfy chairs and breathe in the salt, which has healing ions that can help clear out breathing passages and reduce inflammation in the lungs. With respect to respiratory ailments, the relaxing salt treatments provide a noninvasive alternative to drugs, undergoing surgery, or bottling and inhaling the breath of a healthy friend.