skip to Main Content
A Person Posing For The Camera
Infrared Sauna
CONTACT US

Relax & Rejuvenate in an Infrared Sauna in Eagle River, WI

For nearly a millennium, saunas have been prized for relaxation and rejuvenation. But for many, a traditional sauna can be too hot or uncomfortable. Now you can get the same benefits of a sauna with a twist. Infrared saunas use light instead of steam to warm your body for dozens of benefits.

Boost your immune system, soothe sore muscles, improve sleep, and fight chronic pain by spending a relaxing session in your own private IR sauna. At Skin Dynamics, we combine leading-edge tech with a time-tested spa atmosphere to recharge mind, body, and spirit!

A Woman Sitting On A Bench Posing For The Camera

How Infrared Saunas Work

Traditional saunas rely on a stove or steam to raise the air temperature. By contrast, infrared saunas use light elements to heat your body directly. Infrared light is capable of penetrating skin to the hypodermis–the lowest layer. Here, light energy is absorbed as heat energy for numerous health and beauty benefits.

In sessions lasting anywhere from 10-45 minutes (based on your experience and comfort level), you’ll relax in a warm, contemplative space while infrared light does the work. By heating the lowest skin layer and the rest of your body, infrared light can promote blood flow, boost mood, and so much more! On average, guests find that infrared saunas are much more comfortable than traditional saunas while delivering even more benefits.

Relax & Rejuvenate in an Infrared Sauna in Eagle River, WI

For nearly a millennium, saunas have been prized for relaxation and rejuvenation. But for many, a traditional sauna can be too hot or uncomfortable. Now you can get the same benefits of a sauna with a twist. Infrared saunas use light instead of steam to warm your body for dozens of benefits.

Boost your immune system, soothe sore muscles, improve sleep, and fight chronic pain by spending a relaxing session in your own private IR sauna. At Skin Dynamics, we combine leading-edge tech with a time-tested spa atmosphere to recharge mind, body, and spirit!

A Woman Sitting On A Bench Posing For The Camera
How Infrared Saunas Work

Traditional saunas rely on a stove or steam to raise the air temperature. By contrast, infrared saunas use light elements to heat your body directly. Infrared light is capable of penetrating skin to the hypodermis–the lowest layer. Here, light energy is absorbed as heat energy for numerous health and beauty benefits.

In sessions lasting anywhere from 10-45 minutes (based on your experience and comfort level), you’ll relax in a warm, contemplative space while infrared light does the work. By heating the lowest skin layer and the rest of your body, infrared light can promote blood flow, boost mood, and so much more! On average, guests find that infrared saunas are much more comfortable than traditional saunas while delivering even more benefits.

Benefits of Infrared Saunas

Infrared saunas promote numerous health benefits, including:

  • Increased blood flow
  • Reduced stress
  • Better sleep
  • Less chronic pain
  • Less joint pain (good for arthritis)
  • Fewer muscle aches & pains
  • May boost heart health
  • May boost the immune system

Infrared Sauna FAQs

For most guests, infrared saunas are completely safe and comfortable. There are, however, several limitations. Infrared saunas are not recommended if you are pregnant. They should also be avoided by both men and women who are actively trying to conceive. Those with other conditions, such as multiple sclerosis and anhidrosis (a condition that limits your sweating response) should also avoid IR saunas.

Otherwise healthy adults are excellent candidates for infrared sauna sessions! To learn more about the safety of infrared saunas, call Skin Dynamics in Eagle River, WI, today at (715) 891-6881.

At the moment, there is no known link between infrared light/infrared saunas and an increased risk of cancer. The ultraviolet wavelength of light (UV) is known to contribute to some skin cancers under certain conditions. But infrared light is famous for its health benefits without the risks associated with other forms of light.

Yes! The health benefits of infrared saunas are numerous. At a minimum, a session in an infrared sauna can help you relax and destress. Additionally, infrared light may ease chronic pain, soothe sore muscles, promote better sleep, improve blood flow, and even boost your immune system to help you fight off colds. The easiest way to learn if an infrared sauna is right for you is to schedule your consultation with Skin Dynamics today!

a woman standing next to a body of water

Who’s a Good Candidate
for Infrared Saunas?

Healthy adults looking to relax, especially those who find traditional saunas uncomfortable, are excellent candidates. That said, infrared saunas can be dangerous for pregnant women. Men who are trying to conceive should also avoid IR saunas. Certain illnesses/conditions can also prevent you from enjoying infrared saunas.

To learn if you’re an ideal candidate for the relaxation and health benefits of infrared saunas, contact Skin Dynamics in Eagle River, WI, today at (715) 891-6881.

A Woman Standing Next To A Body Of Water
A Close Up Of A Flower
a close up of a flower

Get Your Sweat On in an Infrared Sauna

Relaxing in a sauna sounds great, but traditional saunas can often be too hot, too stuffy, or too difficult to breathe in. Traditional saunas heat the air itself, but infrared saunas just heat you! Enjoy the same time-tested relaxation while promoting blood flow, boosting your immune system, and laying the groundwork for better sleep with an infrared sauna in Eagle River, WI!

During your consultation at Skin Dynamics, we’ll discuss your medical history and comfort level with heat before recommending an infrared sauna session. As a female-owned-and-operated business, we’re dedicated to safety, relaxation, and satisfaction for all of our guests. To learn if an infrared sauna is right for you, or to schedule your first session, contact Skin Dynamics today!

CONTACT US
Back To Top