Hidden Benefits of Indoor Fountains
When it comes to anti-aging products, it is said an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. A little precaution before one shows signs of aging is preferable to a lot of fixing up afterward. But if you donít want to constantly be applying multiple creams, ointments, balms, and gels to your face and body, an indoor fountain in your home might be just the trick for you.
When skin is dry or dehydrated, any amount of wrinkling or flaws looks more exaggerated. An indoor fountain improves your good looks by acting like a natural humidifier. As water is pumped to the top of the fountain and over the edge and down the exterior, some of that water gets evaporated into the air. Not only is this good for you, but the humidity also prevents wood from creaking and static electricity.
Along with water vapor being injected into the air, an indoor fountain also alters the electrical charge of the air you breathe. Specifically, you will feel the rejuvenating effect of negative ions, electrically-charged particles in the air that remove airborne contaminates that we would otherwise breathe.
Negative ions are odorless, asteless, and invisible. We inhale them in nature
as air molecules break apart due to sunlight, radiation, and moving air and
water. The falling water of an indoor water fountain makes for an ideal negative ion generator.
An indoor fountain looks beautiful as water cascades down the stylish nooks of its distinctive surface. Little will your guests know the covert work the fountain is carrying out to keep them relaxed and feeling young.