Oxygen Bar

Written by Jeremy Horelick
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Do you remember the first oxygen bar you ever heard about? It was probably located in Los Angeles or somewhere else in Southern California, and it probably had the endorsement of some celebrity like a TV or movie star. Like most things distinctly Hollywood, it was probably just a passing fad--like vegan diets or yoga, right?

Clearly the examples mentioned above were more than mere fads. More and more people across the country--not just in SoCal--are opting for low-carb diets, gym memberships, and homeopathic remedies. The oxygen bar offers a perfect complement to these lifestyle choices by giving folks a healthful and social alternative to the regular old watering hole.

Why an Oxygen Bar?

The great thing about an oxygen bar is that it's meant for everyone. Kids and teenagers, who have few viable social options, are just as welcome to sit and partake of fresh oxygen, soothing aromatherapy, and other salon equipment. Oxygen bars have sprouted up everywhere from trade shows to carnivals and even bar and bat mitzvahs, where they're a great change of pace from the usual karaoke machines and DJs.

If you're looking for a prime attraction at an event or show that is guaranteed to be a draw, forego the usual gimmicks like T-shirts or buttons. The oxygen bar is a proven spectacle, if only because so many people have prevailing misconceptions about how it works. Most folks, it turns out, have never even seen an oxygen bar, so how can they possibly know how great they'll feel after a simple 10-minute session?


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