Sauna may be defined as “dry steam bath”. The temperature in the sauna is usually between 80°C -110°C. With excessive heat and sweating, it provides that toxic substances are removed from the body, pores are cleared. Sauna accelerates the circulatory system, allowing you to exhale toxins and oxygen more intensely into the cells.
Along with the Steam Bath, the dead cells in your skin are removed and refreshed, and the emergence of younger cells ensures you have a smooth skin. Your respiratory tract is softened with the moisture provided by the steam, making it easy to breathe with essential oils or herbal beneficial plants. Steam Bath is soft, not being at high temperature makes it easier for users. It does not tire and it makes you restful.