Our Home Cold Plunge Tub is Proven to Reduce Inflammation

Whether you're an athlete looking to improve muscle recovery, a wellness enthusiast looking to boost your immune system, or a professional looking to level up your productivity, you can benefit from Cold Water Immersion (CWI) or cold plunge therapy.

Cold water immersion is a form of cold water therapy that involves a person immersing their body in cold water to reap a series of health benefits. From an improved physical condition and optimized blood circulation to mental health boost and quicker fat burn—all from the comfort of your own home spa.

Are you skeptical? Don't worry! At Renu Therapy, you can try cold water immersion for free and enjoy the benefits of cold therapy. Just drop by our location to take a plunge.

What is a Cold Plunge?

A cold plunge is a way of taking ice baths with the use of a small pool or tub. A cold plunge pool is a cold tub usually about the size of a small hot tub.

It has a mechanism that allows it to maintain the water temperature to around 50 degrees Fahrenheit (or lower, depending on personal preference), and is typically used for sports or physical therapy to counteract side effects of muscle overuse, swelling from injuries, or muscle pain.

Outside of sports and physical therapy, cold plunge therapy is also offered by diamond spas and health clinics as a way to close and detoxify pores.


What are the Benefits of Using Cold Plunge

Dunking yourself in a cold tub may not sound like your idea of a good time, but after you begin to feel the advantages of cold therapy, you might just become one of the many advocates who cold plunges regularly.

For centuries, people have taken cold baths in soaking tubs and cold showers due to anecdotal evidence of its health benefits. Today, researchers tell us that there are indeed many benefits to this ancient practice.

Cold Water Therapy At Home

To do cold water immersion effectively and reap the numerous health advantages that come with cold plunging, it's important for you to consult your doctor first before anything else.

Once you have their go signal, start slow. Don't soak for longer than a few minutes at a time and start by doing it once a day, preferably first thing when you wake up. Then, slowly build up to doing ice baths and cold showers regularly, and even several times a day as you see fit.

Also, don't forget to monitor your blood pressure as well as body temperature to avoid cardiac arrest or hypothermia triggered by extreme cold.

For those who are taking cold water therapy as treatment, clinics have their tubs and their clients can use these regularly. But for those who wish to practice cold plunging for other reasons and won't have regular access to a cold plunge pool, a good option they can explore is to do a cold plunge therapy at home.

While a cold plunge pool may seem pricey, it actually grows increasingly cost-effective the longer you have it.

There are many products that claim to improve muscle recovery and help with athletic performance. There are even more products marketed for improved blood circulation, mood enhancement, and weight loss.A cold plunge soaking tub can do all that and then some.

While most products require you to regularly repurchase, a cold plunge pool for home use is a one-time investment that keeps on giving.

One unit lasts years and years with proper maintenance and each cold plunge tub can be used by countless users. Not to mention, you permanently get a fitness spa-like experience at a fraction of the cost!

What Cold Plungers Are Saying About Us

James Maslow

James Maslow is an American actor, singer and dancer. He is best known for his role on Nickelodeon's Big Time Rush and is a member of the subsequent band, Big...

Alexander Ludwig

Actor Alexander Ludwig from Vikings has dreamed of owning a cold plunge since he was a kid.  Cold Exposure has even "saved his marriage".

Pamela Love

Jewelry Entrepreneur Pamela Love discovered cold exposure while recovering from pregnancy.  Now, she also uses Cold Stoic 2.0 to reached a "meditative state."

Stephen Amell

Stephen Amell is a Canadian actor and professional wrestler, who is most famous for his roles in Arrow and the new Heels series on Starz. He loves cold plunging in...

Wilmer Valderrama

Wilmer Valderrama is an actor and producer most known for his roles in NCIS and That 70's Show.  Recently, he has pursued a health transformation journey which incorporates Cold Water...

Derek Hough

Derek Hough, of Dancing with the Stars fame, stays in peak shape at age 37 by using his Renu Therapy Cold Stoic in his contrast therapy routine.

Garrett McNamara

Big Wave Surfer Garrett McNamara is probably in the best shape of his life because he is training with a heated sauna and cold plunge therapy.

Brett Eldredge

Singer/Songwriter Brett Eldredge cold plunges to stay at the top of the charts mentally and physically.


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Renu Therapy Cold Plunge Tub For Your Home

Enjoy daily ice baths with your own cold plunge tubs or pools at home without breaking the bank. Check out Renu Therapy's home-use cold plunge tubs.

We are a cold plunge tub and pool manufacturer that sells cold plunge pools and tubs that are 100% handmade in the USA. Not to mention, we provide the best warranty with 100% customer satisfaction!

Renu Therapy's cold plunge tubs for homes have built-in cooling systems that allow them to maintain the temperature of the water. This feature makes it a crowd favorite and a better option than simply taking a cold shower or soaking in a tub full of cold water.

Grab yourself a cold plunge unit in the design of your choice!

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