Detox Infrared Sauna

Our Sunlighten Infrared Sauna offers technology that combines three heating elements in one sauna heater. This smart technology is proven effective, customizable to individual needs, and safe for almost anyone. The infrared spectrum consists of near (NIR), mid (MIR), and far (FIR) waves, each with distinct characteristics and frequency ranges.

What are the Benefits of an Infrared Sauna?

Rather than warming the surrounding air, an infrared sauna directly heats your body through infrared heaters. This allows for more efficient heating compared to traditional saunas, which primarily rely on warming the air.

Here are a few of the many benefits an infrared sauna can provide:


Infrared sauna therapy helps promote a sense of relaxation because it can lower your body's cortisol levels. According to the Cleveland Clinic, it may even help with decreasing depression and anxiety.

Pain Relief

The sauna's generated heat can improve your blood circulation, which can help with muscle relaxation, soreness, and overall recovery. Doctors are prescribing infrared sauna sessions to clients suffering from rheumatoid arthritis and fibromyalgia.

Cardio Heart Health

When your body reacts to extreme heat, it starts to sweat. Internally, this means that your blood vessels are widening, your blood flow is increasing, and your heart rate rises. All these physiological responses are actually mimicking exercise, which is pretty incredible!

Weight Loss

Detox and Weight Loss infrared sauna sessions not only help strengthen your heart health, but can also help you lose weight. Since your body’s heart rate goes up in extreme heat, it begins to sweat out calories. Think about it—as your heart rate increases, so do the calories you burn.

There is evidence that regular sauna use can help you avoid common cold symptoms and boost the immune system. Plus, since saunas are associated with relaxing the body and lowering its cortisol levels, it is also associated with reducing blood pressure and helping fight cardiovascular disease, cancer, and degenerative diseases like dementia.

Detox Infrared Sauna Massage FAQs

Traditional Finnish saunas use either a wood-burning stove or an electric heater to heat rocks. Water is typically poured over the hot rocks to produce steam, creating a high-temperature, low-humidity environment. Infrared saunas use infrared heaters to emit radiant heat that directly heats the body. Unlike Finnish saunas, they do not heat the air in the room, and they operate at lower temperatures. Finnish saunas are known for their high temperatures, ranging from 160°F to 200°F (71°C to 93°C). Infrared saunas operate at lower temperatures compared to Finnish saunas, typically ranging from 120°F to 150°F (49°C to 66°C). The focus is on heating the body through near, mid and far infrared waves, directly warming the body’s tissues and muscles. This allows for a more targeted and deep heat penetration than a Finnish sauna. They are also more accessible and safer for those who may not tolerate the hot temperatures, have preexisting medical conditions or who are under 18. Always seek a doctor’s advice to be sure the use of an infrared sauna is safe and beneficial for you.

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