Pure relaxation in your own home Our infrared cabins are aesthetically designed in beautiful hemlock wood, well adapted to all types of housing. Your infrared sauna can be placed anywhere, as it does not emit moisture or steam.
An infrared sauna is ready to be used immediately. No heating time is required and the operating cost is low. Infrared heat differs significantly from a traditional sauna. The temperature in an infrared sauna is usually between 38-45 degrees, whereas a traditional sauna has dry heat that reaches a temperature of almost 90 degrees. Infrared rays penetrate about 4 cm below your skin, whereas a long and hot bath only reaches 5 mm into the body.
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