Bringing home the benefits of a far infrared Sauna



Frequently Asked Questions

1.  How much space do i need in house to install the Far Infrared Sauna?

The space required for the Sauna Installation is 4ft wide by 3ft deep.  Please allow 18inches clearance for the Sauna door to open.

2.  What wood is used and why?

The wood that is used is Hemlock which is known for its natural strength and durability.  It is naturally resistant to decay and its longevity makes it ideal for Sauna use.  It is especially beneficial for those with allergies.

 3.  How much does it cost to run the FIR Sauna?
                            
A typical 30 minute session cost approx 8.5p.

4.  How long does it take to install the Sauna?
            
Our Engineer can have the Sauna installed and instruction given to you within approx 30 minutes.

5.  How long does it take to heat up the Infrared Sauna?

It takes approx 15-20 minutes for the Sauna to heat up.  Set the Sauna at 130 degrees Fahrenheit and in order to allow your body to warm up with the Sauna temperature we suggest you step in the Sauna when temperatures reach 100-110 degrees  Fahrenheit.

6.  How long should you spend in the FIR Sauna?

It is recommended that you start slowly with 15-20 minute sessions and gradually build up your time as you become more acclimatised to the heat of the Infrared.  Average sessions can last 30-40  minutes.  However, you may do longer if you desire.

7.  How many times a week can you use the Sauna?

There is no limit on how many times you can use it.  However, we would not recommend more than twice a day.

8.  When is the best time to use the FIR Sauna?

First thing in the morning or last thing at night before bed.  However, please ensure you leave 1-2 hours after eating before use.

9.  What temperature should the Sauna be set at?

To ensure you get the best therapeutic results from your Far Infrared Sauna experience set the temperature between 100-130 degrees fahrenheit.

10.  What do i need to take in the Sauna with me?

You must take 2 towels, 1 to be placed on the floor for your feet and the other to sit on.  You will need a glass/bottle of water to keep you hydrated.

11.  How should you prevent dehydration?

It is important to drink plenty of water before during and after your Sauna session to keep your body hydrated.

12.  What should you do after your Sauna session has finished?

Take a warm shower, exfoliating at this stage will remove the toxins that are now on your skin from sweating.  The heat from the Sauna and warm shower will have left your pores open, therefore it is a good idea to have a cold shower to cool your body and completely close your pores.  
Following this, it is a good idea to rest for 10-15 minutes to allow the body to recover.

13.  How do you clean the Infrared Sauna?

We recommend that you use the brush attachment on your vacuum cleaner to remove any dust or debris.  Use a mild diluted detergent and a damp sponge or cloth to wipe clean the wood.  Repeat this process with clean water.  Please ensure the sponge/cloth is not to wet as this will soak into the wood and damage it.  DO NOT use harsh chemicals to clean the Sauna.

14.  Who can use the Far Infrared Sauna?

Almost anybody can use the Far Infrared Sauna unit, however, we recommend the Elderly use the Sauna at a lower temperature and for a maximum of 15 minutes per session and Children should not use the sauna except under the direction of a qualified health practitioner.

15.  If you are affected by any of the conditions below please consult your GP before use:

Pregnancy
Cardiovascular Conditions
Chronic Conditions
Haemophilia
Pacemaker
Implants
Medication

Please note this list is not exhaustive and if are aware or in doubt about any contra indications you may have, please check with your GP before use.