Infrared Sauna

What is Infrared Sauna?

Unlike a traditional sauna, infrared saunas don’t heat the air around you. Instead, they use infrared lamps to warm your body directly. Infrared saunas penetrate more deeply than warmed air. This allows you to experience a more intense sweat at a lower temperature. Benefits may include: Better sleep, relaxation, detoxification, weight loss, relief from sore muscles, relief from joint pain, improved circulation, clear and tighter skin & help for people with chronic fatigue syndrome.

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Here are some of the most frequently asked questions about our massage and spa services.

What is the difference between a Swedish and a Deep tissue massage? 

Swedish massage is a relaxing, full-body massage that focuses on relaxation, while deep tissue massage is a more targeted and intense massage that focuses on relieving muscle tension and pain.

What is the difference between yoga balm and CBD oil?

While both yoga balm and CBD oil may be used to help relax the body and mind, they are different products with different ingredients and intended uses. Yoga balm is typically used topically to moisturize and soothe the skin, while CBD oil is usually taken orally or applied topically to provide potential health benefits.

What is HALO salt therapy and what are the benefits?
  • Improved respiratory function: The salt particles in the therapy may help to clear mucus and other irritants from the respiratory system, which can help to improve breathing and reduce the symptoms of respiratory conditions such as asthma and allergies.
  • Improved skin conditions: The natural properties of salt are believed to have anti-inflammatory and antibacterial effects, which may help to improve skin conditions such as eczema, acne, and psoriasis.
  • Reduced stress: The relaxing and calming environment of a HALO salt therapy session may help to reduce stress and improve overall well-being.
  • Improved sleep: The relaxing effects of HALO salt therapy may help to improve sleep quality.
What is an infrared sauna?

An infrared sauna is a type of sauna that uses infrared heaters to emit infrared light, which is absorbed by the body, resulting in increased body temperature and a feeling of warmth. Infrared saunas are different from traditional saunas, which use heat to warm the air inside the sauna, which in turn warms the body.

Infrared saunas are typically smaller and more portable than traditional saunas, and they can be used in a variety of settings, including homes, spas, and gym facilities. During an infrared sauna session, a person sits or lies in the sauna and is exposed to the infrared light, which is believed to have a range of potential health benefits.

How long should my hairs be for waxing?

Hair should be at least a quarter of an inch (around 6-8mm) in length for waxing to be effective. This is because the wax needs to be able to grip the hair in order to remove it from the root. If the hair is too short, the wax may not be able to grip it effectively, and the waxing process may be less effective. On the other hand, if the hair is too long, it may be more difficult to remove, and the waxing process may be more uncomfortable.

It's generally recommended to let your hair grow out for a few weeks before waxing to ensure that it is long enough for the wax to be effective. You can also trim the hair with scissors or a hair trimmer to the appropriate length if needed.

What should I and shouldn’t I do before and after a chemical peel?

Before a chemical peel:

  • Avoid sun exposure: It is important to avoid excessive sun exposure before a chemical peel to reduce the risk of complications and ensure the best possible results. You should also avoid using self-tanning products and makeup on the area to be treated.
  • Inform your provider of any medications you are taking: It is important to let your provider know about any medications you are taking, as some medications may increase the risk of complications or affect the results of the chemical peel.

After a chemical peel:

  • Follow your provider's instructions: It is important to follow your provider's instructions for caring for your skin after a chemical peel, as this will help to ensure the best possible results. This may include using moisturizers, avoiding sun exposure, and avoiding certain skincare products.
  • Protect your skin from the sun: It is important to protect your skin from the sun after a chemical peel, as your skin will be more sensitive to UV rays. You should wear a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30 and avoid prolonged sun exposure.
What’s the difference between a chemical peel and a regular facial?

A chemical peel is a type of skin rejuvenation treatment that involves the application of a chemical solution to the skin to remove the outer layers of dead and damaged skin cells. Chemical peels can help to improve the texture, tone, and appearance of the skin, and they are often used to treat a range of skin concerns, including acne, scarring, uneven skin tone, and fine lines and wrinkles. Chemical peels are usually performed by a trained skin care professional, and they may be done in a medical office or spa setting.

What is Reiki and how does it work?

Reiki is a type of energy healing that originated in Japan. It is based on the idea that the practitioner can channel energy into the client by means of touch, to activate the natural healing processes of the client's body and restore physical and emotional well-being.

During a Reiki session, the practitioner places their hands lightly on or just above the client's body, with the intention of channeling energy into the client. The practitioner may work on different areas of the body, including the head, chest, stomach, and limbs. The client remains fully clothed during the session, and the treatment is typically done in a quiet, relaxing environment.

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