Social Posts for Addressing Commonly Asked Questions

Below you'll find a selection of ready-to-use social posts designed to answer questions that customers often have when considering holistic & hydrotherapy services. Each post features professional quality images, along with descriptions and hashtags.

If this is your first time using our social resources, please review the section below for instructions. It will provide a breakdown of what's included with each post and how to use it. Otherwise please scroll down to find the actual resources.

Using the social content we're providing you

1. Images

Professionally shot imagery and designs from our in-house creative team. Each image is uploaded at a 72 dpi resolution or greater, enabling you to use it across most major social platforms. To download the image, you can either click on the image itself or click on the file name in the "download" box. From there, upload the file to your social media channel of choice.

2. Descriptions

Our writers have partnered with licensed professionals to write copy for each post that is engaging and accurate. Feel free to add to the description and make it your own. After you've selected a post, copy the text from the "Post Content" section and paste it into the body of your social post.

While our social posts can be used as stand-alone content, many of them are designed to complement pre-written blog posts that focus on a similar topic. If you wish to use the posts in this manner, please do not forget to add the link to your post.

3. Hashtags

It can be difficult for spas to figure out which hashtags will increase their visibility on social channels. We've picked out a collection of hashtags that match this post and have traction. Feel free to add to the list. After you've selected a post, copy the hashtags from the “Hashtags” section and paste them into the body of your social post, directly after the description.

Post One: Do Kneipp Products Stain The Tub?

Post Content:

One commonly asked question about our Kneipp brand is if the colorants in the products will stain the tub or tile.

No. The food-grade colorants that are used in the products provide added benefits through color therapy, but will not stain tubs or tile. Used for hundreds of years, color therapy is a holistic practice based on the idea that different hues have unique effects on our emotional state.


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Post Two: Who is Sebastian Kneipp?

Post Content:

Sebastian Kneipp was a 19th-century priest who created a set of wellness principles that laid the foundation for modern naturopathy. As a result of a case of tuberculosis, he embarked on a quest to heal himself. His studies led him to find and share the potent ingredients found in nature, creating recipes for personal health and vitality. Kneipp’s 5 pillars of wellness access the power of water, herbalism, exercise, nutrition, and internal balance. Kneipp created, with the help of a local pharmacist, the plant-based formulas that continue to be produced and sold in the form of traditional bath and body care products.


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