Sauna Bath

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The sauna has very low humidity which means it can be much hotter than a steam bath. Saunas are usually between 176°F (80°C) and 212°F (100°C) with low humidity +/-10%, while a steam bath is usually around 104°F (40°C) to 116°F (46°C) with a relative humidity of around 100% If it would be any hotter in a steam bath it would feel too hot or even scald your skin. The dry heat of the sauna makes that the high temperature is not only safe but also quiet pleasurable seeing its popularity In a steam bath the room should also be constantly filled with steam. For all scientific purists: yes we know it should actually be called mist, but who are we to change the name into mist bath…although it has a fresh and foggy sound to it we have to admit

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