Mein Name ist Isalie Graf und ich arbeite als freie Autorin für Saunazeit. Meine Leidenschaft gilt der Saunakultur und ich freue mich, mein Wissen und meine Erfahrungen mit unseren Leserinnen und Lesern zu teilen. In meinen Artikeln dreht sich alles um Sauna und Wellness. Mein Ziel ist es, Ihnen wertvolle Informationen und Tipps zu geben, damit Sie Ihr Saunaerlebnis in vollen Zügen genießen können. Egal, ob Sie Anleitung, Rat oder Inspiration suchen, um Ihren Wellnessaufenthalt zu optimieren, ich bin für Sie da. Gemeinsam entdecken wir die Welt der Entspannung und Gesundheit!
Home saunas have become increasingly popular in recent years. They offer an excellent opportunity to relax, relieve stress and promote health in the comfort of your own home. But how much does such an investment in one’s own health cost? In this article you will learn all about home saunas, their benefits and associated costs.
The sauna has many benefits for the skin. It is one of the oldest beauty rituals to cleanse and purify them. Not only is it a very nice way to relax after a long day, but it also stimulates microcirculation and opens pores to eliminate impurities for clear skin. And this wellness ritual is suitable for all skin types and should be used once or twice a week.
How is that supposed to work? After all, it is even warmer in the sauna than outside. But you will be surprised. This works perfectly. The principle is simple: fight like with like. But there are a few other factors at work. We’ll tell you what they are. We also reveal how to get the most out of a sauna day in summer.
Beautiful, soft and rosy skin. What woman does not dream of. To achieve them, creams, peels and masks are applied. So much care goes quite into the money and costs time. In addition, not every product delivers what it promises. The consequence: make-up and concealer are as much a part of many women’s morning routine as the toothbrush. But that doesn’t have to be the case.
The tepidarium is not an invention of modern times, but was already known to the Romans as a lukewarm anteroom. However, as a relaxation room for stress relief with pleasant room air, the tepidarium still finds many fans today. Because low humidity, pleasant radiant heat and low temperature provide a pleasant experience. The cardiovascular system is strengthened and the muscles are deeply relaxed.
Do you often feel stressed? Do you feel that you are no longer up to your tasks because you lack the strength? Do you often wake up at night or find it hard to fall asleep because your head won’t shut off? If so, you are probably suffering from stress symptoms and should act quickly before your body puts you out of commission.
It is between 104 and 230 °F hot and over five million Germans visit this location very regularly. It should not be difficult to guess what we are talking about here. Many people compare the time spent in the sauna with a warm embrace and complete relaxation. Yet there is so much more to this description.