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The Infrared Sauna is very different from the famous traditional Finnish sauna.

The main difference of the Infrared Sauna lies in the heat emission system. The steam created in traditional saunas is generated by water thrown on hot stones, while in infrared saunas, the heat is released through infrared rays, which heat the body directly without heating the air.

The infrared sauna is therefore a dry heat bath that provides a pleasant and relaxing feeling of well-being, similar to the sensation experienced when exposing the body to the sun.
The rays ensure a constant heat, thus avoiding heating and cooling intervals.

In traditional saunas (which reach up to 80-90°C), there is a need to alternate the exposure time to humid heat with cold showers. Infrared saunas, on the other hand, reach a temperature between 40°C and 60°C maximum, allowing for a long exposure (20-30 minutes).

What are the Infrared Rays?

The infrared rays are electromagnetic waves that conduct heat to the ground.
Unlike ultraviolet rays, infrared rays are not harmful to the skin; they have beneficial and healthy properties both physically and psychologically.

To optimize the heat bath, it is advisable to take a warm shower before entering the sauna to dilate the pores and prepare the skin for the treatment.
To avoid heat strokes, it is important to enter the sauna completely dry.

What are the benefits?

There are many beneficial effects of the Infrared Sauna, particularly recommended for:

  • Relieving joint and muscle pain
    The targeted action of infrared rays allows direct heating of the painful body area. The heat relieves pain and improves joint mobility.
  • Combating chronic fatigue and insomnia
    Eliminating muscle pain, the increase in temperature, and the improvement of cardiac functions significantly reduce feelings of tiredness and promote a good night's rest.
  • Improving blood flow
    The increase in body temperature leads to a greater flow of oxygen, white blood cells, and antibodies into the tissues.
  • Relaxing body and mind
    Due to the heat, our body increases the production of endorphins, which provide an immediate feeling of well-being and relaxation to our mind.
  • Body purification
    Exposure to heat promotes sweating, allowing the expulsion of skin impurities, purifying the body from toxins and other harmful substances.

Take some time for yourself, the session is a wellness moment.
It will give you peace and serenity, as the sauna has a relaxing and fatigue-reducing effect on body and mind. Sweating, which purifies the body by eliminating toxins and impurities, gives you a real detox effect.

Transpiration also brings aesthetic benefits; your skin will be clean and regenerated, your hair shiny and silky. After the session, nourish the skin with scented creams and oils to make the sauna effect long-lasting.


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