Frequently Asked Questions

Introducing our FAQ page for GLO Sun Studio and Light Therapy! Find answers to common questions about our services, benefits, and how to make the most of your experience with us.


Spray Tanning Questions

Yes, spray tanning is safe. The solutions used are organic and work with your skin's melanin to produce a natural-looking color on your skin. There are no UVA or UVB rays in our spray tanning systems.

Yes, as mentioned before, the solutions used are organic and will not harm you if you breathe them in. If you are still concerned, you can simply hold your breath as the system sprays your face. The excess solution in the air is quickly removed by the filtration system in the spray tanning system.

No, spray tans have improved significantly since the days of the "blue box" spray tanning booths. Our spray tanning systems are among the best in the industry and deliver amazing results that people used to achieve by spending a lot of time in the sun.

The process of getting your spray tan, from stepping into the machine until stepping out, only takes a few minutes.

The darkness of your tan depends on your body. Do you naturally tan well? If so, this will likely give you a great color. Even those who do not tan well usually see some color.

Yes! We advise clients not to shower, sweat, or get wet for at least eight hours after getting a spray tan. For best results, we recommend sleeping on it if possible.

When you shower, be sure not to scrub or use harsh cleaners on your skin, as this may remove some of your spray tan. We also recommend using lotions specifically designed for spray tanning to prolong your tan.

Spray tans typically last anywhere from seven to ten days, depending on how well you take care of it. The better you care for your tan and keep your skin moisturized, the longer your spray tan will last.

Yes! Make sure to apply barrier cream well to your cuticles, the bottoms of your feet, and the palms of your hands to prevent color from developing in areas that usually do not tan. Also, carefully remove the cream once you finish your spray tan to avoid smearing the fresh spray tan on the rest of your body.

Additionally, listen to the prompts while in the booth to know how to turn. It is very easy.

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UV Tanning Questions

Most people start seeing results by their second or third visit. A tan does not develop after a single session - you need to build a base tan. The Golden Rule of Smart Tanning is simple: Don't EVER sunburn. To maximize your tanning sessions, we advise you to purchase a quality indoor tanning lotion. Indoor lotions supply the skin with essential nutrients necessary for a tan and help moisturize the skin to keep it looking young and healthy. Tanning ONCE with a lotion will give you better results than tanning TWICE without one. If you're not seeing color development as quickly as you'd like, please chat with our staff about products available for accelerated results.

According to regulations in British Columbia, a minimum of 24 hours is required between tanning sessions. However, it is recommended to wait for a 48-hour time period between sessions. It may take 12-24 hours after your original session for pigmentation and/or over-exposure to become fully visible. Having two tanning sessions within this 24-hour period could result in an unintentional burn. Avoid tanning outdoors on the same days as indoor tanning, and do not visit more than one salon in a single day. Remember, over-exposure to UV rays can cause skin damage, premature aging, and increase the risk of skin cancer.

Moderate exposure to UVB rays helps develop a natural barrier in the skin to protect the body from excessive UV light. UVB rays stimulate the production of melanin, which absorbs and scatters radiation to thicken the epidermis (the top skin layer), thereby limiting the amount of UV light. If this photo-protection (base tan) is not developed or if sunscreen is not used, sunburn can occur, and the DNA of the skin cells may become severely damaged. Avoiding the development of a base tan or tanning excessively can cause the skin to thicken, making it more difficult to achieve the desired tan.

A tan disappears because the top layer of your skin replaces all of its cells every 28-30 days. Keeping your skin moisturized will prolong a tan; however, a tan can only be maintained by repeated exposure to UV light. Certain products, such as lotions and body washes that contain sulfates, may also decrease the lifespan of a tan.

Consult your optometrist and/or surgeon before UV exposure. They will typically advise you to wait for a period ranging from 2 weeks to 6 months, depending on the procedure.

To prevent "raccoon eyes," adjust your eyewear occasionally during your tanning session. This will help minimize the visible contrast between tanned and non-tanned skin. Simply slide your eyewear gently to a new position for this adjustment. However, avoid lifting the eyewear completely off your eyes while making the adjustment.

Wearing goggles while tanning indoors is crucial. Your eyelids provide minimal protection against UV light, which can harm your cornea and retina and cause cataracts. Failing to use proper eye protection can also lead to short-term effects like tired, itchy eyes, headaches, and reduced night vision. It is essential for everyone to use approved eye protection when using a tanning bed/booth. Purchase your own goggles to avoid the risk of infections such as pink-eye, which can easily spread. Don't risk your eye health.

A tan disappears because the top layer of your skin replaces all of its cells every 28-30 days. Keeping your skin moisturized will prolong a tan; however, a tan can only be maintained by repeated exposure to UV light. Certain products, such as lotions and body washes that contain sulfates, may also decrease the lifespan of a tan.

There is currently no scientific or biological reason why a pregnant woman cannot tan indoors or outdoors. In fact, some researchers believe that the production of vitamin D caused by exposure to UVB may be beneficial to both the mother and fetus. However, there is some concern that the heat build-up that occurs when tanning indoors or outdoors may adversely affect certain pregnant women, similar to the effects of a sauna or jacuzzi. It is important to note that UV rays do not penetrate deep enough to affect the baby. Most of our tanning beds are equipped with air conditioning to regulate body heat and provide comfort. We recommend that pregnant women consult their physician before tanning at GLO.

It is important to avoid exposing a fresh tattoo to sunlight or indoor tanning equipment while it is still healing. This is because the chemicals injected into the skin during the tattooing process are sensitive to UV exposure. Completely cover the tattooed area or refrain from tanning until the skin has fully healed. Once the skin has healed, the chemicals are no longer sensitive to UV, but it is still advisable to take moderate protective measures. Exposure to UV light, whether indoors or outdoors, can cause tattoos to lose their vibrancy over time.

Scars are a natural part of the skin's healing process and require extra care due to their sensitivity. This sensitivity makes scars prone to sunburn, resulting in them turning brown and becoming more noticeable. To protect a scar from UV rays, it is best to keep it covered with clothing or a bandage. If you have a facial scar that is difficult to cover, generously apply sunscreen with a sun protection factor (SPF) of at least 15 before going outside. Alternatively, you can use a cream specifically formulated for scars, such as a silicone SPF cream.

Many people use indoor tanning products to enhance their tanning experience. Here are some reasons why consumers enjoy using tanning lotions:

  1. Supplying essential nutrients: Tanning lotions provide the skin with necessary nutrients for a tan and help moisturize it, keeping it looking young and healthy.
  2. Moisturizing benefits: Moisturized skin tans more quickly and efficiently than dry skin, resulting in a better tan with fewer visits. Indoor tanning products help counteract the drying effects of heat and light associated with tanning, promoting healthier skin.
  3. Enhanced tanning process: Active ingredients in indoor tanning lotions supplement the skin's cells with proteins that naturally enhance the tanning process.
  4. Prolonged tan: Specially formulated indoor tanning lotions help retain ultraviolet-induced melanin for a longer-lasting tan.
  5. Anti-aging properties: Advanced lotion technology now includes antioxidants that help prevent fine lines and wrinkles.

We offer a wide selection of indoor tanning lotions, ranging from practical and affordable to luxurious and high-end. Please note that clients using tingle/heat complex lotions can only use them in stand-up equipment. Oils are not permitted in any tanning equipment at GLO.

In one word, the cause is "melanin." When exposed to ultraviolet light in the UVA range, melanin enlarges and turns brown. Dermatologists explain that a chemical reaction occurs during this process. A natural side effect of the reaction is the aroma. Whether you have been tanning indoors or outdoors, this occurrence is normal. Some tanning lotions have been formulated to minimize or prevent the odor, but ultimately, a shower will remove it.

Yes and no. The process of tanning is the same - skin is tanned by UV rays. However, there are differences between tanning indoors and outdoors. When tanning outdoors, a person cannot control the amount of UV rays they are exposed to due to changes in the earth's atmosphere and environment. On the other hand, indoor tanning provides a controlled environment where you can gradually build a tan, develop pigmentation, and increase your natural SPF, making it safer.

Tanning in the sun comes with external factors that are harder to control or predict, such as the time of year and day, altitude, cloud coverage, pollutants, and reflective surfaces. These factors increase the risk of overexposure.

If a person cannot tan in the sun, can they tan indoors? Generally, a person's ability to tan indoors is similar to their ability to tan outdoors. However, fair-skinned people who are unable to tolerate the uncontrolled rays of the sun may still achieve some color when tanning indoors. This can be attributed to a different spectral output and carefully timed tanning sessions in a controlled environment. The success of indoor tanning is influenced by factors such as skin type, heredity, and individual photosensitivity.

Moisturized skin tans better than dry skin! While our face is the only part of our body that does not produce its own moisture, it is important to keep it hydrated. Consider using an indoor tanning lotion specially designed for your face. On the other hand, legs tend to be naturally drier and experience more frequent exfoliation due to clothing and hosiery. Additionally, legs have less microcirculation compared to the rest of the body. To ensure optimal tanning, moisturize your legs at least twice daily with a sulfate-free product and consider using a tanning product specifically formulated for legs.

No, not at GLO Sun Studio. It is strongly recommended that individuals who have had skin cancer avoid tanning, whether indoors or outdoors. These individuals may have a genetic predisposition to develop skin cancer or be particularly susceptible to it. Any exposure to UV radiation may potentially trigger another occurrence.

Phototherapy, or the use of UV light, has proven to be effective in alleviating the skin problems commonly associated with this condition. However, it is important to note that certain medications used for acne treatment, such as tetracycline and Retin-A, can make the skin sensitive to light. Therefore, it is advised to avoid UV exposure while on medication. It is recommended to seek acne treatment from a qualified physician.

There is a growing body of scientific evidence indicating that some individuals require more light exposure to function properly. When exposed to bright light, such as the mid-day summer sun, the brain suppresses the release of the hormone melatonin. During the daytime, melatonin acts as a depressant in the body. Therefore, individuals who are affected by this phenomenon feel happier, euphoric, and more capable of enjoying life when exposed to longer hours of bright light. Bright light sources that emit only visible light are now commonly used to successfully treat Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) and Sub-syndromal Seasonal Affective Disorder (SSAD).

Osteoporosis is a disease characterized by the frequent bending and/or breaking of bones due to a lack of sufficient calcium. Adequate calcium intake is essential for the development of strong bones and teeth. It is widely recognized that the body does not absorb calcium in the intestine unless vitamin D3 is present. Vitamin D3 is often referred to as the "sunshine" vitamin because the skin produces it upon exposure to UVB rays. Some studies suggest that indoor tanning lamps, which emit a certain amount of UVB, may stimulate the production of vitamin D3, which in turn aids in calcium absorption.

Two types of light rays are emitted by the sun and UV tanning equipment that work together to get you tan.UVA rays are mainly browning rays that turn the melanin in your skin from pink to brown. This reaction is the body's natural protection from the sun. UV-A rays penetrate a little deeper into the skin than UV-B rays, are less likely to burn you, and take a few hours longer to produce their full result. UVB are the activation rays that stimulate your skin's melanocyte cells to bring more melanin to the surface. UV-B rays penetrate less deeply, provide a slightly quicker effect, and add a natural glow to skin color.While top equipment provides higher UV-A percentages, a little UV-B is important in maximizing your tan.

The certified staff at GLO Sun Studio will conduct a skin analysis to determine your recommended exposure time and schedule. They will also provide an explanation of how UV light works and how it affects your skin's tanning process.

What to Expect:

If you are a first-time tanner or have any questions about indoor tanning, our goal is to ensure that your experience at GLO Sun Studio is worry-free and comfortable. Many people are pleasantly surprised to find that indoor tanning can be a very relaxing experience. In fact, one of the reasons why people choose GLO Sun Studio is for the stress relief it provides. Now, let's walk through what you can expect during your visit.

  1. Upon arrival for your appointment, a GLO Sun Studio consultant will ask you to fill out a consent form. This form will gather general information about you, as well as details about your skin type. This information will help our staff determine the optimal tanning time and schedule for you. Please provide accurate answers to avoid the risk of burning.
  2. Your GLO Sun Studio consultant will give you a complete tour of the salon and explain the tanning process, as well as the different types of equipment available at GLO Sun Studio. Our professionally trained staff is there to answer any questions you may have about your skin, the tanning process, the rooms, or the equipment. Your comfort and satisfaction are our top priorities.
  3. Your consultant will ensure that you have the following:
    • Protective Eyewear: Your eyes have minimal protection against UV rays, so wearing protective eyewear is mandatory at GLO Sun Studio. We offer disposable eyewear or regular goggles that you can purchase.
    • Indoor Tanning Lotion: Moisturized skin tans better, and our specially formulated tanning lotions produce better results compared to tanning without them. You can purchase these lotions in sample or regular sizes upon your arrival.
    • Towel: We provide towels for your convenience and to cover areas that are not typically exposed to UV light.
  4. Once you are comfortable with the information provided by your consultant, they will guide you to your tanning room and explain how to use the tanning bed. After applying your lotion, you can start the bed at any time by simply turning the switch to the "on" position. All of our bed timers are computer-controlled, so you don't have to worry about monitoring the remaining time as the bed will automatically shut off.
  5. Some tanners choose to tan nude, in a bathing suit, or in their undergarments based on personal preference. However, we do recommend limiting exposure to areas that are not typically exposed to the sun (such as breasts or buttocks). If you would like an extra towel to cover these areas, please ask.
  6. Before leaving the store, you will have the opportunity to store your lotion behind our front desk, ensuring that it is always available for you during future visits.
  7. If you have any other questions about your tanning session, please don't hesitate to ask one of our consultants.

There are several reasons why white spots become noticeable on the body during the tanning process. Patches of skin that do not tan could be the result of genetic determination. White spots may also appear due to the presence of a fungus that lives on the skin's surface. Although the fungus is harmless, it absorbs UV light that would normally penetrate the skin. The fungus is not caused by tanning but becomes noticeable once tanning occurs. It can be treated with prescription drugs or topical lotions. White patches of skin, often prominent on the shoulder blades and just above the buttocks, can be caused by pressure from the body resting on a hard tanning bed surface. This pressure restricts blood flow to that area of the skin, preventing it from tanning. Shifting the body periodically during tanning will make these patches disappear.

To tan smartly is to build up your tan in a controlled and gradual manner. This allows your body to develop a natural tan without burning, allowing pigment to develop and increasing your protection against UV light. While it may take longer, it reduces the risk of overexposure and skin damage. Gradually exposing yourself to sunlight, following the advice of a Tanning Studio consultant, will not only result in a better tan but also prevent the negative effects of overexposure.

Unfortunately, the unlimited tanning packages cannot be shared, as they are designed to provide unlimited tanning to individual clients. In order to maintain the low cost of these packages, unlimited membership plans cannot be shared. Each person is limited to one unlimited package.

We do not have strict rules regarding the duration for leaving our bulbs on to meet profit margins. Instead, we measure our bulbs every month to ensure that our tanning beds consistently deliver excellent tanning results. In some cases, individuals with certain skin types may require a stronger tanning bed to achieve desired color development. If you feel that you are not achieving the desired color, please notify a member of our Tan in the Wild staff immediately. We continuously inquire about your progress to make any necessary adjustments to your tanning schedule, tanning levels, or any other measures to ensure your utmost satisfaction.

Red Light Therapy Questions

Red light therapy, also known as low-level light therapy (LLLT), utilizes specific wavelengths of red light to penetrate the skin and stimulate cellular function. This non-invasive treatment has been widely used for various therapeutic and cosmetic purposes. It is believed to promote collagen production, improve skin tone and texture, reduce inflammation, and accelerate wound healing. Additionally, red light therapy has shown potential benefits for alleviating pain, reducing joint stiffness, and enhancing muscle recovery. The precise mechanisms behind these effects are still being studied, but many people find red light therapy to be a safe and effective option for improving their overall well-being.

The main difference between red light therapy and infrared sauna therapy is the type of light used and their effects on the body. While infrared saunas primarily generate heat to promote detoxification and relaxation, red light therapy targets specific cellular processes to aid in tissue repair and skin rejuvenation. Red light therapy utilizes specific wavelengths of red light to penetrate the skin and stimulate cellular function, promoting collagen production, improving skin tone and texture, reducing inflammation, and accelerating wound healing. On the other hand, infrared sauna therapy focuses on raising thermal energy levels in the body, promoting profuse sweating, and aiding in the detoxification process. Both therapies offer unique benefits and can be used in conjunction to enhance overall well-being.

The red light treatment is safe and suitable for all skin types. However, individuals with low blood pressure, pregnancy, epilepsy, increased light sensitivity, or those taking medication that causes increased light sensitivity (such as antibiotics or St. John's Wort) should avoid the treatment. It is recommended to start with a lower dose for the first treatment to check for any adverse reactions.

Vibra-shape training should not be performed immediately after an operation or if there is a recent wound. It is also not recommended for individuals with heart, hip, or bone problems, during pregnancy, with bone implants, acute thrombosis, gallstones or kidney stones, or during acute illnesses or inflammation. If you have diabetes, strong migraines, a tumor or skin cancer, or any other condition where there is doubt, please consult your doctor.

Red Light Therapy helps eliminate the bacteria that causes acne and stimulates cellular activity to address age spots and sun damage. It also brightens the skin and reduces the formation of pigmentation marks, making it an effective anti-aging treatment. Many individuals have experienced significant improvements in acne and acne scarring. However, treating age spots may require longer-term exposure and therapy.

Yes you can tan then do a Red Light session in the Beauty Angel right after.  You can also do a Red Light Session then do a Spray Tan right after.

The treatment should last between 7-12 minutes on average. The best results are obtained from a treatment that always lasts 12 minutes, and are done 2-3 times per week for a minimum of 12 weeks.  A break of  48 hours between treatments is required.

Collagen is the most important protein in our body. It serves as a fundamental building block of connective tissue and is present not only in the skin, but also in tendons, joints, ligaments, bones, blood vessel walls, and even the cornea of the eye. Because collagen determines the firmness of connective tissue, it is often referred to as the body's "filler". Sufficient collagen content is essential for maintaining firm and healthy-looking skin, as well as the overall health of the body, including bones, tendons, joints, and ligaments.

Most users report a relaxing effect and a fresher, softer skin even after just the first few treatments. For the best results it should be used regularly over a longer time period.

Depending on the reason for the treatment, various different treatment plans can be recommended:

For youthful skin with the aim of toning the skin, reducing impurities and protection from environmental factors 10 treatments may be enough. To freshen the skin and combat the first signs of skin aging about 20 treatments should be applied over two months. For more mature skin, and to actively combat skin aging and wrinkles, about 30 treatments over three months are commended.

Of course recommended treatment plans may vary in individual cases. Results can be further improved by the additional use of top quality skincare products. Ideally you should support your treatment by adopting a healthy lifestyle.


For optimal results, it is recommended to remove make-up and cosmetics before being exposed to the red light, such as through a peeling. Unknown cosmetics may contain ingredients that could trigger light-sensitive reactions. Avoid using normal sun cosmetics. Instead, there are special skin-care products designed for red light treatments, like the Restored Line of Products, which complement and enhance its effects. Although not necessary, using normal day cream or body lotion after a red light treatment will not negatively impact the results.

It is important to note that certain ingredients, such as silicon oils (which can block pores and hinder skin breathing) or parabens (which can mimic hormones and alter skin reactions), may counteract the effects of the red light treatment.

Skin aging is influenced by various factors. The supply of nutrients to the epidermis, the outer layer of the skin, begins to decline from the age of 25 onwards. This can lead to a tired, sallow, and uneven complexion. As people age, the metabolism of fibroblast cells, which produce collagen, slows down. This results in a gradual decrease in the collagen content of the skin. Collagen is essential for maintaining the firmness of connective tissue, so as it diminishes, the skin loses its tightness. Additionally, the reduced cell regeneration leads to a loss of moisture and elasticity, ultimately causing the formation of wrinkles.

Red light treatment is also used medically for wound healing. However, to avoid any risk of infection, it is important to wait until open wounds, new or inflamed tattoos, piercings, etc. have fully healed.

Unlike tanning beds, piercings should not be removed to prevent physical irritation of the pierced openings, especially with newly healed piercings (reactivation).

A gentle peeling before the red light treatment can enhance penetration into the skin, making it a perfect complement.

Because of the bright light you should keep your eyes closed during the treatment. Wearing sunglasses helps to make the process more comfortable.

Permanent hair removal (laser, JPL) is carried out using a substantial input of light energy in the form of strong light beams. This irritates the skin and causes a change in its light tolerance. For safety reasons, for at least 48 hours before and at least 48 hours after light-based hair removal you should not be exposed to any red light treatment.

The presence of varicose veins and spider veins does not prevent the use of red light treatment. However, there is no history of red light treatment improving these conditions. If there is any risk of vein thrombosis or an acute vein infection, then the treatment should not be carried out.

The Vibra Shape complements light treatment by providing a holistic approach to beauty and fitness. This is achieved through the vibration plate integrated into the support frame. This high-quality training equipment has been utilized in multiple studies by the European Space Agency and is predominantly used in physiotherapy today. What sets Vibra Shape apart from other training equipment is its patented technology that accurately simulates a natural human walk, making it a 100% physiological training method.

With its side-to-side movements, Vibra Shape effectively trains all muscles from the legs to the abdomen and back, while allowing the head to remain still. This workout also helps burn calories and prevents cellulite by toning the connective tissue. Additionally, it improves circulation and microcirculation, which enhances the results of photo bio stimulation.

Furthermore, combining training with collagen generation is a highly recommended method for joint protection, even for athletes.

Infrared Sauna Questions

The concept of infrared therapy involves directly heating your body with infrared heat. Unlike a traditional sauna where you sit in a hot room at temperatures of 180-220 degrees, an infrared sauna uses infrared heat to directly heat your body, with 20% of the heat also heating the air. The objective is to increase thermal energy in the body, focusing the infrared heat on your front and back core areas.

The infrared heat raises thermal energy levels, temporarily stimulating the lymphatic system, immune system, and cardiovascular system. As a response, the body sweats profusely.

Furthermore, in addition to triggering a profuse sweat, the water in our bodies also resonates with far infrared heat, aiding in the detoxification process.

Daily infrared sauna sessions are safe, so it's up to you. The more you sweat, the more benefits you'll receive! Enjoy a good sweat and leave feeling refreshed!

The frequency of sauna sessions depends on your health and wellness goals, as well as how your body feels afterwards. Many people go 3-4 times a week. If you have specific health concerns, please consult with your physician before using our saunas.

Infrared sauna sessions typically range from 15 to 25 minutes, depending on the specific type of session you choose. We encourage you to take as much extra time as you need to unwind and relax before and after your session in our comfortable lounge area.

Yes, infrared saunas and Red Light Therapy can be used together to complement each other's benefits. Our infrared saunas are equipped with red light panels, allowing guests to experience the benefits of both infrared heat and Red Light Therapy simultaneously. This combination can provide enhanced relaxation, skin rejuvenation, and overall well-being.

The recommended attire for an infrared sauna session is to wear whatever you are comfortable in. Lightweight clothing is acceptable, but to maximize the benefits, less clothing is recommended. For optimal infrared sauna benefits, it is best to remove all your clothes and wrap yourself in the spa towels provided. However, if you are uncomfortable with this, wearing a swimsuit is the next best option. It is advisable to bring athleisure or other loose-fitting clothing to wear after your session.

There are numerous positive effects associated with infrared sauna sessions, including:

  1. Glowing Skin: Infrared sauna therapy can improve skin tone and texture, promoting a healthy and radiant complexion.
  2. Figure Health - Weight Loss: Regular infrared sauna sessions can support weight loss efforts by increasing metabolism and burning calories.
  3. Pain and Injury Recovery: The deep penetrating heat from infrared saunas can help alleviate muscle and joint pain, promoting faster recovery from injuries.
  4. Stress Relief: Infrared sauna sessions provide a calming and relaxing experience, helping to reduce stress and improve overall well-being.
  5. Enhanced Fitness Performance: The heat generated in an infrared sauna can increase blood flow and oxygenation to muscles, aiding in pre-workout warm-up and post-workout recovery.
  6. Immune System Boost: Regular use of infrared saunas can stimulate the production of white blood cells, strengthening the immune system and promoting overall health.

These are just a few of the many benefits that infrared sauna sessions can offer.

Both, but the toxins released from GLO's infrared saunas are far more substantial - in fact, there is a 20% versus 3% toxin release that is backed by decades of clinical data using infrared versus convection and steam. While you will be losing some water weight, once you rehydrate, this will be regained. However, that calorie burn is the real deal! The infrared raises your core temperature by ~3 degrees! Meanwhile, your body works hard to cool itself off and increases circulation, causing you to break a deep detoxifying sweat and burn calories! Perspire and leave with a GLOwing Beam.

Part of the benefits of GLO Sauna sessions is that the glow keeps going! After your infrared sauna session, it can take up to an hour for your body to return to its regular temperature. It's recommended to let your body cool itself down naturally during this time to maximize the benefits. Avoid taking a shower directly after your sauna session as it may diminish the effects and interrupt the additional calorie burn that occurs during the cooling-down period.

Generally, pregnant women and individuals with pacemakers should avoid using infrared saunas. The high temperatures and heat exposure may not be safe for these individuals. It is always recommended to consult with your physician before using an infrared sauna if you have any health-related concerns.

To use an infrared sauna, individuals must be at least 18 years old. If someone is younger than 18, they may attend a session accompanied by a guardian or parent. It is worth noting that children with autism often attend sessions with a parent or guardian for their comfort and support.

Yes, we have a large spaceious room at the back of the studio that is private. If you wish to book with a signigicant other please let us know.

Everyone is different, and since each of us has a unique genetic makeup, we will all produce varying levels of sweat during an infrared sauna session. For some individuals, it may take a couple of sessions for their body to acclimate to the infrared heat and for their pores to open up, allowing for detoxification to occur. To fully experience the benefits, we strongly recommend three infrared sauna sessions during the first week. This will give your body a chance to adapt and for you to start feeling the positive effects.

Infrared Saunas heat the body, not the air - simply open the infrared cabin door or push the infrared solo "pod" down. Resume your session when you feel comfortable.


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