Frequently Asked Questions
1. What is 'being'?
'being' is an aromatic, natural blend of essential oils, herbs and botanicals specially formulated for use in your spa/bath. 'being' combines the benefits of aromatherapy with the natural relaxation provided by spas for an experience that excites the senses and stimulates the soul. (Back to top)
2. What are the ingredients in 'being'?
'being' uses essential oils of herbs and botanicals in its unique blend of ingredients. (Back to top)
3. Where can I buy 'being'?
'being' can be found at spa/pool retailers throughout the US, many who specialize in the BaquaSpa Water Care System. (Back to top)
4. Where can 'being' be used?
'being' is formulated for use in residential spas, baths and wooden tubs. (Back to top)
5. Can I use 'being' with my spa sanitizing system?
'being' can be used not only with BaquaSpa Water Care System, but also bromine, chlorine and/or ozone sanitizing systems. (Back to top)
6. How much 'being' do I need to add?
2 to 3 capful is the recommended dose for the average size spa (400 gallons). The user may want to use more or less depending upon the desired intensity of the blend. Note that overdosing any product, including 'being' may lead to cloudy water. (Back to top)
7. How is 'being' sold?
The blends of 'being' are sold in full size bottles (177ml) as well as small size, concentrated trial packs. (Back to top)
8. Will 'being' harm my spa and/or equipment?
None of the ingredients in 'being' are known to harm spa/bath components, shells, pillows, covers or wood products. Please consult your spa/bath owners manual if you have any warranty concerns. (Back to top)
9. What is aromatherapy?
Part of a larger science called phytotherapy-the use of whole plants or parts of plants for medicinal purposes-aromatherapy deals specifically with the benefits that are gained from inhaling the scents produced by these substances. Depending on the ingredients used, aromatherapy can help relieve stress and tension, clear the mind, promote emotional well-being, or provide energy. (Back to top)
10. What is the difference between 'being' spa aromatherapy and spa fragrances?
Spa fragrances use synthetic ingredients for their smell; much like perfumes. 'being' spa aromatherapy uses natural "essential oils" derived from herbs and/or flowers to give the blends their aroma. The ingredients in the 'being' product line have been custom blended based on principles of aromatherapy and the moods that each ingredient is thought to evoke. (Back to top)