In accordance with Finnish sauna culture, the temperature is set between 80-100˚C and humidity between 10-30%. The sauna itself is of lower humidity, but can be regulated by pouring hot water on the stones. When certain volatile oils are applied, sitting in the sauna is an even more complex experience.

Having a sauna means relaxation and refreshment, a rest in order to preserve our health, a rest that is beneficial for our body, soul, and spirit. Some of the sauna’s health-preserving effects, e.g. decreasing stress, strengthening the immune system, helping proper metabolism and keeping the skin’s right tone have been scientifically proven.