The ideal temperature of the shower water would be tempered, between 25 and 30 degrees, and an approximate duration of 5 minutes. If it is a bath, the temperature will vary according to the purpose to be sought. Water at hot temperature (29-37 degrees) is perfect for relaxing and relieving contractures, but it is not advisable to stay longer than 15 minutes, since otherwise the skin will become dehydrated. Shower with warm water keeps the skin more hydrated, smooth and with closed pores. A bath with warm water relaxes refreshes and activates circulation. The baths with fresh water (18-24 degrees) reactivate, but they have to be short to avoid the numbness. In both cases the excessively hot water (more than 38 degrees), dry the dermis and can break the skin. Shower with cold water is a good option to close the pores. It activates and improves blood flow, improves irrigation throughout the body, which can benefit wound healing, better oxygenation and nutrition of our cells. It also reduces inflammation, increases metabolism, activates the defense mechanisms, tightens the skin, etc. The benefits of a shower with warm water are multiple. Skin appearance improves as the pores are closed resulting in smooth and moisturized look. Any kind of allergies and itching can be cured by taking a warm water bath. Warm water helps to keep the varicose veins out by improving the circulation. Also it stimulates metabolism and burns calories making the person more active. Warm water also helps in keeping the hair oil free and shiny.