is it about chocolate that influences our sensations, body and soul the way it
does? What does chocolate do to us?” Well here’s the uplifting news.
Chocolate contains flavinoids and cancer prevention agents, which help decrease
circulatory strain. Obviously a vast piece of the chocolate joy is in the
taste, a flavorfully rich creation that fulfills the most serious desiring.
Yet, a few substance responses are likewise at work. Chocolate empowers the
discharge of endorphins creating pleasurable sensations and seratonin likewise
found in consumable chocolate is appeared to have mood lifting effects! So what
this means is that we end up having feelings of happiness, love and passion.
The real truth however, is that scientists are not really positive how the over
300 chemicals contained in chocolate make us feel so great.
In most parts of the world chocolate is associated with romance, and not
without good reason. It was viewed as an aphrodisiac by the Aztec’s who thought
it invigorated men and made women less inhibited. So when it was first
introduced to Europe, it was only natural that
chocolate quickly became the ideal gift for a woman to receive from an admirer
or a loved one, and of course, vice versa. So we had the marriage of chocolate
and Valentines Day.
But when a chocolate sauce is massaged into your feet or body at a Spa, what is
it doing? Well first, it’s not a melted HERSHEY bar applied to the skin right
from the microwave. This treatment is created for the body from chocolate oils,
cocoa butter, essential oils, moisturizers and other healthy hydrating
ingredients and yes, it smells just like chocolate brownies. (not edible, but
The Chocolate Spa treatment is massaged, pressed, slathered, and pasted on the
feet, legs and/or body of anyone who wants to indulge. Here’s what happens with
a chocolate pedicure: the feet are soaked and rubbed with a scrub that is clear
in color, but smells like a freshly baked chocolate cake. After the scrub is
removed a mixture that looks and smells of Hershey’s finest is painted on the
feet and legs. Hot towels are then wrapped around the feet and legs and after
ten minutes the chocolate is wiped away leaving soft, exfoliated, hydrated
skin. In the next step, the feet are massaged after being covered with oil that
smells of chocolate-covered raspberries. It is warm and hydrating on dry winter
skin, and therapeutic in every sense.
But, the only thing that really matters for chocoholics is that the benefits of
spa chocolate services in pedicures, body treatments, and massages is nothing
short of spectacular. Your mind, body, and soul are left feeling pampered and