Benefits of Infrared Saunas

Weight loss and increased metabolism
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Stress and fatigue reduction
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Ease joint pain and stiffness
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Improves appearance of cellulite
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Immune system boost
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Muscle pain relief
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Improves skin


A steam sauna will heat the air around you whereas an infrared sauna will use infrared lamps to heat your body directly. This makes for a far more efficient and pleasant sauna experience.

Infrared saunas are set from 40-60 degrees Celsius. Due to how an infrared sauna works, you can get a more intense sweat at lower temperatures.

  • Clearer, more radiant skin
  • Weight loss due to your increased metabolism
  • Improved circulation
  • Improved immune system response
  • Decreased pain, particularly for chronic pain conditions
  • Improved healing

We recommend starting with ten to fifteen minutes each session, two or three times a week. Eventually, you can work up to sessions of up to 45 minutes and, if you like, step into the infrared sauna every day. For most people, three or four sessions of about half an hour seems to offer the most benefits.

  • If you have a recent injury such as a sprain, don’t use a sauna because the heat could increase inflammation, particularly of injured joints. After 48 hours, however, the infrared waves can actually promote faster healing.
  • If you are pregnant, you should avoid using any form of sauna unless under a doctor's advice and supervision.
  • Hemophiliacs and individuals who are prone to haemorrhaging should not use an infrared sauna.