Sauna Therapy

What does 30 minutes in the sauna do?
Taking a sauna bath of 30 minutes reduces blood pressure and increases vascular compliance as well as heart rate similarly to medium-intensity exercise, a study has found. The research provides new insight into changes that take place in the human body during and after having a sauna.

Good for you

Collagen, the protein in our skin responsible for elasticity gets a healthy kick when you spend time in a sauna.

The hot air combined with moisture enhances collagen production to help rejuvenate your complexion. The heat increase also allows your skin to shed dead skin cells and make way for new, healthier ones.