Hi, --------- Dry sauna is dry (no mist, low humidity)
while wet sauna is humid and mist (sometimes it's hard to see, as if you are in a heavy fog). Some people find that it is hard for them to breath in a wet sauna and prefer a dry sauna. --------- Best regards,
One major difference between a wet sauna and a dry sauna is the temperature necessary in both types of saunas. Because humid air more effectively transmits heat, the temperature in a wet sauna is lower than the temperature in a dry sauna. Dry sauna temperatures can approach 200 degrees Fahrenheit; because the heat is so dry, however, the bather's sweat evaporates quickly and the heat is tolerable.
If you are using this then you must be aware of the Infrared Sauna Tips and Infrared Sauna Dangers for keeping good health
The only difference is that in a dry sauna no water is thrown on the sauna stove to get steam vapor.
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