First of all, it is important not to confuse hyperthermal water with ordinary thermal water. According to the definition belonging to the sphere of medical hydrology, we can say that hyperthermal water is thermal water that springs at a temperature above 40°C.It is this detail that makes the difference. In addition, it should be noted that the higher the temperature of the water, the higher its concentration of minerals.Where does Thermalis® hyperthermal water come from? What are the characteristics of its source?Thermalis® hyperthermal water comes from one of the deepest wells in the Euganean territory, or rather from the Euganean® thermal pool.The latter, together with Abano Terme located south of the city of Padua, in the Veneto region, is considered the most important and oldest thermal bath in Europe, always known as a place of cure.Its origins date back to antiquity: already in the 10th century BC, the Euganeans and in the 8th century BC, the Paleo-Venetians used to bathe in the small lake and the basins from the Aponian springs, they thus had proof of the curative sacredness of the thermal waters of the god Apono – which means “relieves pain” – because these cured them of many diseases.What do we know about the origins of Euganean thermal waters?We know that they come from meteoric precipitation coming from the Small Dolomites. These precipitations penetrate up to 3-4 km depth – even exceeding 170°C by geothermal gradient – and mineralize there. These characteristics have allowed the water to be defined – according to the medical classification of Marotta and Sica – as salsobromoiodic hyperthermal rich in trace elements. In this classification, the territory is of fundamental importance. It is attributed thanks to three main factors that characterize its uniqueness and its therapeutic activity.TemperatureThe chemical compositionThe dry residue (at 180°C) How is hyperthermal water enriched with mineral salts and other beneficial substances?Hyperthermal water comes from hot springs after making a long journey between rocks and soils at great depths underground. On average, after about 25-30 years, the waters rise rapidly and emerge in point or extended springs with minimum temperatures of 45°C and maximum temperatures of 87°C.The water of the Euganean Thermal Basin is enriched with precious minerals extracted from the rocks it encounters during its journey. This hyperthermal water is naturally rich in inorganic mineral microelements which are essential for many biochemical processes in the body. Flavonoids, carotenoid pigments, vitamins, phytohormones and phytostimulins are also developed during the period when water stagnates in underground pools.The benefits of hyperthermal water are numerous.It has anti-edema, anti-inflammatory, analgesic, soothing and keratolytic properties thanks to the presence of iodine, bromine, magnesium and sodium chloride. Each substance brings specific benefits to the human body.On a cosmetic level, hyperthermal water containing zinc promotes the synthesis of elastin and collagen, thus improving the healing capacity of the skin and exerting an antioxidant and anti-aging action. Manganese protects against the action of free radicals, while copper helps skin look younger, fresher and more rested.Thermalis® uses hyperthermal water to formulate its products without resorting to chemical excipients, in order to stimulate the body to produce natural substances from products created in the laboratory. By combining hyperthermal water with phosphatidylcholine and cyclodextrins, Thermalis creates an active biomimetic matrix capable of penetrating the active ingredients contained in the various products deeper into the skin.Thermalis® offers a range of cosmetics and medical devices focused on the health of your body and your skin, using hyperthermal water as a key ingredient.