The classic sauna bath at a temperature of 60-85°C in a pleasant relative humidity around 20-35°C. Now and then you sprinkle a ladle of water over the hot sauna stones and feel the tingling sensation as the heat penetrates deep into your skin, before rounding off by pouring water over the stones for a truly invigorating experience. Plenty of water requires sprinkling on the stone to get the best possible choice in the sauna room. Last but not least, the traditional log sauna room can be customized on any required sizes with a few selections of timber and sauna system. When choosing what type of sauna you want to use, your options have expanded from just a traditional sauna, to having the additional option of the infrared sauna. Each type of sauna comes with its own differences.