A traditional sauna (sometimes referred to as a Finnish sauna) uses a regular heat source, such as a stove, fire, or heater, to heat rocks to a desired hot temperature. The rocks heat the sauna and cause people to sweat only at the skin's surface. In a traditional sauna, people generally sweat out more water than toxins during their sessions.
Infrared Saunas are used for people to sweat out more toxins and less water. An infrared sauna uses carbon heat emitters as opposed to the heated rocks of a traditional sauna. At Salus Saunas, we provide our customers with modern infrared saunas that can be added to their home, gym, or backyard at an affordable price.