Sauna classification

According to whether the sauna room is water, it is divided into sweat sauna and wet sauna; according to different heating principles, it is divided into steam sauna, far-infrared sauna, tourmaline steam, biological spectrum energy house, etc.; according to different bathing culture, it is divided into: Finnish bath, Turkish bath Bath, Korean steam, etc. There are two types of wet steam: Finnish sauna (sauna stone) and Turkish sauna (steam).
1. Dry steaming: It is the use of sauna stoves to directly heat and release heat through electric energy to increase the temperature in the room and make people sweat. Do not splash water on the hot sauna stone during this time. The temperature of dry steaming is higher than that of wet steaming, which can reach about 100 °C. Indoor humidity is less than 10%. Dry steaming is especially suitable for patients with rheumatism because it does not contain water. At the same time, there is no smell of steam, and the nose will be more comfortable when steamed. However, the skin will be dry after steaming, so you need to add moisture.

2. Wet steaming: It boils the water to generate steam, and then sprays it out through the pipe, and the steam generated has plenty of moisture. The steam shock of a Finnish sauna is to throw water on the sauna stone. The temperature is generally controlled at around 50°C. The indoor humidity is higher than 35%. Most of the ladies choose wet steaming, because after steaming, the skin will be rosier and more radiant than before.
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