Finnish sauna, steam sauna or infrared sauna?
In a Finnish sauna, it is about 90 degrees hot and very dry (10 to 20 percent humidity). In a steam sauna, it is less hot (45 to 65 degrees) and dry (about 45 percent). In a sanarium, the temperature and humidity are in between. Finnish sauna and steam sauna are heated with wood or electricity. Unlike the infrared cabin, where infrared rays heat the skin instead of air. The temperature is between 35 and 50 degrees, humidity is low.