A spa is designed for adults. On the notice of hot tubs, it is written that use is not recommended for pregnant women and children under 6 years. So avoid the spa with small children, but if they are 6 and up, then you will live unforgettable moments of relaxation and joy with them.
Enjoy a moment spa with your children, yes, but with some precautions
More and more, spa & resort hotels offer spa sessions to children over 6 years of age. These are generally massotherapy sessions adapted to children, with massage products studied to be to their taste. But we must admit, the Jacuzzi is accessible to them only from 16 years.
If you too have planned spa moments at home with your children, you should take some precautions, especially if they have the right to enjoy a bit of the hot tub. Here are some helpful tips based on basic common sense principles.
- To protect your children, be careful that they can not access the spa by themselves. To do this, always think of putting a blanket on your spa when it is not in use.
- If bathing in a spa is possible for children from the age of 6, it is necessary to respect a session time of 10 minutes maximum, not more! If your child is insistent or if you really want to use the spa, talk to your doctor first to avoid any problems or contraindications.
- When your child bathes in a spa, it's like when he or she bathes in your pool: always and constantly watch. Otherwise, one is exposed to risk n ° 1 inherent to any watering point: drowning.
- If the temperature of a spa should never exceed 40 ° C for an adult, it is 30 ° C maximum maximum for children, more sensitive to heat. In addition, care must be taken when adjusting the power of the jets inside the spa, to avoid any risk of burns.