The only drawback is that it can be a little crowded. I went there at the opening time, at 8 in the morning, and I spent a few hours there. Besides the natural pool containing six million litres of thermal water that is replaced every 40 hours thanks to a plant nearby, the centre offers saunas, Turkish baths, and several wellness treatments, such as silicate muds for oily skin, salt and mineral scrubs, and massages, including the stunning water-massage, i.e., a relaxing massage performed while floating.
Moreover, Blue Lagoon’s cosmetic product line can be purchased in the boutique or online. I found interesting three masks: a white silica mask, a black lava mask, and a green algae mask.
This experience is absolutely priceless: you can relax in warm water, in a natural hollow surrounded by extremely dark lava rocks. No doubt you will go back home totally restored and your skin will be softer than a child’s.
Unfortunately, a trip to Iceland is now very expensive and the Nordic climate isn’t an incentive, but Icelanders, thanks to their expertise and creativity, have created a design and wellness Spa that reminds one of the Mediterranean Sea than the North Atlantic Ocean.