Infrared saunas offer all of the same benefits of traditional saunas, but without many of the challenges regular saunas bring. Unlike traditional saunas that rely on warming the air around your body, their infrared counterparts warm your body directly with electromagnetic radiation. When those electromagnetic radiation—A.K.A. infrared—panels are directed at your skin, they raise your core temperature while keeping overall external temps more tolerable. Personal infrared saunas come in a variety of sizes, you’re sure to find a home spa that suits your space and your needs.

Great For Beginners

You can read a book or watch a movie while zipped into this cozy pod. SereneLife

When choosing an in-home infrared sauna, be sure to consider your comfort to get the most out of your sweat sessions. Look for one that has a seat that will comfortably hold you for the duration, and extra amenities like a foot warming pad and handheld remote control.

Compact Design

This spa takes 5 minutes to set up and fully collapses into a carrying case that’s about the size of a regular pillow. Perfect for taking on trips, or stowing away easily between uses. OppsDecor

If you live in a small space, try a lightweight spa that is easy to set up and break down, and can be stored in a closet or under the bed when not in use. And bonus—you can take it on the road in case you want to use it while you travel.

Whole Body Spa

A permanent structure that has multiple settings, safety features and can hold two people at a time. DYNAMIC SAUNAS

If you’re looking for a sauna that can hold more than one person at a time or you just prefer the luxury of lounging with more space, try a permanent structure spa made from a durable material like cedar. This will ensure maximum comfort during a full body treatment while ensuring the longevity of your sauna for years to come.