Korean spa are my favorite. The scrubbing is to create circulation, plus baths of various temperatures to promote a healthy and detoxed body. Amethest Rooms, gold rooms, ect. ect. Korean people are the most advanced when it comes to quality skincare. Go to more of those, especially in densely populated asian areas. Best and they're good quality. There is a section to eat, the food tends to be rich in collagen to help elasticity in the skin ect. King Spa is the really popular one, but there are more. The Japanese spas are called Onsen. And the top floor is a rest area and workstation. In Japan, Korea, and other similar countries it is common for people to work really long hours that they fall asleep on the trains or buses; usually they have a few hours before they have to go back to work, so going to a spa to relax, eat, and take care of themselves plus get blood circulation is a natural way to keep up their energy. Experience more of these things and dive into the culture, especially around self-care, it's really amazing. Another holistic approach to skincare.