How to use Sauna
1) At first, the air should be dry but humidity levels may be increased by pouring small amount water onto the stones in the heater, relative humidity levels should range between 10% and 30% depending upon preference.
2) Take a quick shower before entering the sauna. This will moisten the skin and remove any possible body or fragrance odors that do not belong to the sauna atmosphere.
3) After a few minutes inside (usually no more than 15 minutes), when you feel hot, leave the sauna and cool off by taking a warm shower.
4) Do not make a fast transition from hot to cold surroundings.
5) During the second round in the hot room, the air should be more humid than on the first round. Again, when it feels right, cool off again. The hot-cold cycle should be repeated as often as time and comfort dictate. For most people, two rounds are satisfactory.
6) The final round can be brief, just long enough to warm up and soften the skin.
7) A good way to cool down and relax would be a gentle hydro massage in a cool whirlpool. Massage is the ideal way to relax.
8) Don't get dressed until the body is completely cooled (no longer sweating). Note: The body will be more sensitive than normal to cooler temperatures after sauna therapy.
9) Afterwards, light snacks and refreshing drinks are highly recommended.
10) For frequent bathing, a moisturizing lotion should be used to avoid a dry skin. Drinking is adding to further helps to enhance the healing process.