Frequently asked questions
What is the difference between a sauna and a steambath ?
The biggest differences between a sauna and a steam cabin relate to the heating capacity and the level of moisture. Temperatures in a sauna reach about 95°C, whereas the temperature in a steam cabin never exceeds 48°C. Furthermore, the level of moisture in a steam cabin is much higher than in a sauna, namely 100% as compared to 20-25% in a sauna. This is why we advise you to start with a steam cabin on your very first visit to a sauna.
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