Zotofoam baths at Epsom and Hastings

1930s advertisement

Typical 1930s advertisement for Zotofoam

< Photo: Opening of the Municipal Baths: souvenir brochure. — Borough of Ewell and Epsom, 1939

< Photo: Waters of health and happiness. — Hastings : The Council, [1934]

The Zotofoam bath was a 1930s precursor of the whirlpools which are now so popular in health spas. It was once delightfully described as being like a Jacuzzi™ on steroids! In Waters of health and happiness, a booklet issued by Hastings Council, it is suggested (in a phrase which could not be used today) that the Zotofoam bath 'through its special composition is unrivalled for slimming.'

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