Hot tubs are showing up everywhere these days: popular singer Beyoncé was captured posing in front of one, The Big Bang Theory’s Howard and Bernadette purchased one last season, Rihanna shared a photo of herself in one at a ski resort, etc.
Does it matter what celebs are doing?
Pop culture icons tend to be savvy purchasers. They have come to expect comfort and utility — along with a bit of style. So when they want to relax aching muscles after performing or doing rigorous workouts, they want what you want: relief. A spa’s hydro jets offer gentle, or powerful, streams of water that calm the rawest nerves or aching muscles.
Celebrities, however, may have a key advantage over the rest us: an entourage of assistants and staff who do a lot of their shopping and leg work. In order to help out the staff-less, here’s some basics on owning a hot tub.
Frequently, the spas we see celebs using are above-ground portable spas — the type we specialize in. Custom in-ground spas are frequently linked up with a pool and not everyone wants this.