Temperature: 85 °C – 110 °C
Humidity: up to 15 %
The Finnish sauna is the most widely known type of sauna; it boosts the immune system and promotes analgesia. It improves flexibility of the body and reduces stress.
The Finnish sauna utilizes high temperature which promotes profuse perspiration.
Very low humidity levels allow temperatures that could boil water to be tolerated and even enjoyed, causing no discomfort whatsoever. The body may lose a large amount of liquid and minerals, which must be replaced during the sauna session itself. To all regular sauna-goers we recommend to cool off with the icy water from the bucket in front of the sauna, to visit the ice cave or to plunge themselves into a swimming pool with cold water.