FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions

A Jacuzzi is a brand of hot tub or spa, often used to refer to any type of large, in-ground spa or hot tub. The difference between a hot tub and a Jacuzzi is that a hot tub is a generic term for a spa or hot water pool, while a Jacuzzi is a specific brand of hot tub.

Jacuzzis are called Jacuzzis because the Jacuzzi brand was the first to patent the jetted spa.

Jacuzzis are called Jacuzzis because the Jacuzzi brand was the first to patent the jetted spa.

The cost to install a Jacuzzi in South Africa can vary depending on factors such as the size and type of Jacuzzi, as well as the cost of labor and materials in the specific location. It is best to consult with a professional for an estimate.

Children are not allowed in Jacuzzis because the high temperatures can be dangerous for their developing bodies and the jet streams can be too strong for their delicate skin. Also, There is a risk of drowning if the child is left unsupervised.

Individuals with certain medical conditions, such as high blood pressure or diabetes, should consult with their doctor before using a Jacuzzi. Pregnant women are also advised to avoid using a Jacuzzi due to the risk of overheating and the potential for infection.

The high temperatures of a Jacuzzi may affect fertility in men and women, so it is best to consult with a doctor before using a Jacuzzi if you are trying to conceive.

If you sit in a Jacuzzi too long, you may experience overheating, which can lead to dehydration, dizziness, and fainting. It is important to listen to your body and take breaks if you begin to feel uncomfortable.

It is not recommended to eat or drink in a Jacuzzi, as it can lead to contamination of the water and create a slip hazard. It is also not recommended to use soaps or other personal care products in a Jacuzzi, as they can create suds and foam which can clog the jets and damage the equipment.

Jacuzzis are not recommended for reducing cellulite, there is no scientific evidence to support this claim.

Jacuzzis do not burn fat, it can help with weight loss by relaxing the muscles and as a temporary water retention reduction.

Jacuzzis have many benefits such as relaxation, stress relief, pain management, and improved circulation. The heat and jet streams can also help to ease muscle tension and improve range of motion.

When using a Jacuzzi, it is recommended to wear a swimsuit or other appropriate clothing.

The time you should stay in a Jacuzzi depends on your personal comfort level and any medical conditions you may have. It is generally recommended to stay in a Jacuzzi for 15-20 minutes at a time.

People use Jacuzzis for a variety of reasons, such as relaxation, stress relief, and pain management. The heat and jet streams of a Jacuzzi can also help to improve circulation and ease muscle tension.