Dry sauna (so-called Finnish) is characterized by very high temperatures (up to 100 degrees Celsius) with low air humidity (10%). Thanks to such conditions, we sweat faster - by cleansing the body and we burn more calories.
The temperature in the steam sauna is much lower (around 50 degrees Celsius), but the air humidity here reaches even 100%. An additional advantage is the possibility of using aromatherapy oils that promote relaxation.
Air temperature and humidity are regulated automatically - instead of a stove, an evaporator is used - a special generator located near the floor. Due to the high humidity of the air, the steam sauna is made of ceramic tiles.