The Finnish sauna is a basic type of sauna with a high temperature (from 70 to 100 degrees C) and low relative humidity (from 20% to 5%).
Since prehistoric times, people have known various refreshing baths, which can be considered the forerunners of the sauna. The real sauna, however, experienced its real boom in the 20th century, when it spread from the Scandinavian countries all over the world.
The Finnish sauna prevents both mental and physical stress, reduces pain and tension in muscles and joints, speeds up the functioning of internal organs and improves overall well-being. It improves blood circulation, which also means better blood circulation to the skin.
Cosmetic care is manifested in accelerated sweating, which is important for the elimination of salts and toxic substances from the body, and also cleanses the skin pores.