Hop on the wave of infrared waves
Infrared shares the health benefits of the traditional sauna. The rising trend of infrared in the sauna is still an unfamiliar experience to many. While infrared saunas are technically not saunas in the traditional sense, the term has been normalized in our daily speech and is now commonly used. In this short text we will help you get acquainted with the basics and the benefits of infrared.Shop Infrared Saunas
What is Infrared?
Infrared technology utilizes panels that heat up the room to approximately 60 °C. These panels use infrared elements to radiate heat of differing wavelengths depending on the infrared category: near, mid, or far. This heat can penetrate skin more deeply than just warmed air, which causes the users to develop more intense sweating with lower temperatures than in traditional saunas (1). Infrared mimics the warming effect of sunlight without containing the harmful UV rays.
Ease of Use
Just plug in and turn the power on. The panels will warm up and be ready for use almost immediately. Additionally, due to the dry nature of infrared, you can read a book or listen to music while enjoying an infrared experience without having to worry about ruining your books or audio devices.
Is Infrared for You?
Infrared heat is safe and suitable for anyone who values efficiency and deep muscle relaxation. We especially recommend infrared to people who lead busy lives and appreciate the speed and convenience of infrared solutions. Those who are short on space can benefit from infrared solutions, as our Harvia Radiant infrared cabin only requires one square meter of floor space to be installed. In addition, you do not require a special building permit or waterproofing to set up an infrared cabin in your apartment, which makes the process hassle-free.