Infrared Saunas

Infrared Saunas

Simply put, no other infrared sauna system minimizes your exposure to EMR and EF better than Pure Infra.

Finnleo’s exclusive patent-pending technology means Pure Infra saunas produce less EMR and EF than sanctioned by Sweden’s radiation standards—the toughest in the world.


Infrared Saunas

Infrared saunas are increasingly popular in the health and wellness community, and for many good reasons. Instead of steam or flame-derived heat, infrared saunas use infrared lamps and electromagnetic magic to create warmth.

The process allows infrared saunas to operate at lower temperatures while still providing therapeutic benefits.

Penetrating warmth

Light panels do more than give infrared saunas a unique glow. The lamps in infrared saunas focus a penetrating warmth directly on your skin to bring heat-therapy benefits. Temperatures in infrared saunas are between 110 degrees Fahrenheit and 135F. Traditional saunas are usually between 150F and 195F.

Improve Heart Health

Within minutes of sitting in an infrared sauna, your body’s natural response begins. Your blood vessels widen and blood flow increases.
Studies show that infrared saunas boost heart health and reduce blood pressure.

Soothe Sore Muscles

Improved blood circulation from an infrared sauna session can help speed up muscle recovery following physical activity. Regular use may even help athletes improve performance.

Chronic Pain Relief

Infrared sauna therapy may be a promising method for treatment of chronic pain, as determined by a two-year study where people showed improved outcomes with the treatment.


Warming your body warms your soul. Sauna time may help decrease depression, anxiety and stress. It’s like a meditation session in warmer temperatures.

Better Sleep

A bonus benefit to being more relaxed is better sleep.

Fight off Illness

Regular sauna use can help you avoid the common cold. Saunas also reduce oxidative stress, which is associated with cardiovascular disease, cancer and degenerative diseases like dementia.