Review: Far Infrared Heat Sauna
SheSaid reader, Karen Jones, gave Infared saunas a try in the search of clear skin and a healthy body and she came away a different person! Read her review.
“If you are like me and you find the idea of sauna’s and steam rooms mildly revolting, then you will understand my hesitancy in joining my friend when she suggested we try this!
However this is one of the pleasant (and rare – for those who know me), occasions when I will admit that my reservations where completely unfounded.
The Infrared Sauna is quite simply the only way to Sauna! You do sweat obviously but it is not at all unpleasant and you can breathe comfortably the whole time. I felt very relaxed and comfortable and even remarked to my friend when we were walking home how well I felt!
So what exactly is Far Infrared heat? Well it is explained as the feeling we have all experienced i.e.: It’s a partly cloudy day and you are outside and it feels cool. All of a sudden the clouds move out of the way of the sun and a rush of warmth comes over you. This warm feeling is the far infrared band of sunlight warming your body.
Infrared heat is something we naturally emit from our bodies. Use of the sauna helps to purify our cells, specifically the cells inside our fat where our body stores waste and harmful toxins, such as cholesterol and heavy metals (including mercury, lead, cadmium and aluminium). It will detox arsenic, formaldehyde, pesticides and industrial chemicals and gasoline.
If you have sports injuries or any form of aches or pains I really think this will help and even if you don’t it is a good excuse to relax for half an hour without any interruptions!
You can choose either of the sauna’s as shown above and below.
If any of you have any questions or would like to give this a try I would say give Christine, who runs this service a call and discuss how this may help you. I will definitely be going again!”
For more on a solocarbon Far Infrared saunas or to book a session
contact Radiant Health Australia
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