Secret of the Stars
Today, we are learning more than ever before about the tremendous benefits that a regular program of detoxification can have on the body’s health. In our modern world, we absorb toxins in a myriad of ways, no matter how careful we are. When you use Sauna Zen Ultra Low EMF saunas regularly, you will experience the beginning and systematic removal of toxins that can lead to an overall better outlook, uplifted moods and a healthier weight.
Recent studies, and continuing knowledge and just plain common sense have shown that the majority of the population suffers from some level of toxicity due to environmental factors, food, drinks, even the air we breathe and the medicines we take. One of the most dangerous toxins most of us have is aluminum. Aluminum can show up in makeup, deodorants, and other sources such a food additives, etc. It is incredibly important to have a regular process to initiate sweat, to be clear how many of us sweat profusely anymore? Since the easiest way to get rid of aluminum is through the process of vigorous sweating; Sauna Zen is perfect. It allows for much greater sweating, and toxin removal than traditional saunas since it’s far infrared rays can penetrate farther inside the body. Aluminum is dangerous because and is linked to more than 32 diseases, like dementia, Alzheimer’s MS, breast cancer, and much more. Aluminum also may make us age faster and prevents your body from operating at an optimum level. The good news is that by using your new infrared Sauna Zen sauna, we can begin the process that will banish toxins that have the potential to cause disease. All you have to do is get in your sauna and relax!
Skin is the largest organ our body has, and it too needs exercise, so we suggest using the advanced sauna-like the Sauna Zen brand. The carbon fiber or ceramic tube heating elements allow our saunas to get super hot without making you feel as though you are roasting. The Ultra-low EMF technology will ensure a comfortable, relaxing sweating session. Made to specifying standards, we take pride in the craftsmanship of our saunas; we use zero VOC products for an even deeper experience. We want to make sure that you get all of the health benefits of your saunas for many years to come.
When harmful elements are removed from the body via the process of sweating, one feels better and younger. It’s amazing the difference customers see and feel when you use your Sauna on a regular basis. The saunas can lower blood pressure, allow the lymph nodes to drain, remove heavy metals and other toxins, and even help you lose weight. To get the top benefits of your sauna, be sure to follow these steps each time you use your sauna:
✔ The sauna needs to be at between 135 and 140 degrees for maximum benefit.
✔ Be certain to remove any and all metal from your body, like rings, earrings, etc.
✔ Since feet have plenty of toxins too, be sure to have Himalayan salt bricks on the floor of your sauna. You can use “The Detox Formula” on your torso or other target areas right before entering to speed the process of toxin removal.
✔ Since women sweat less than men women can often find it much harder to get rid of toxins than men, we have other options that can make it faster and easier for women to rid their bodies of these unwanted substances faster. Just get in touch and we will give you the details.
✔ It is best to use your sauna as close to bedtime as possible. Set aside at least 20 – 40minutes regularly, perhaps every other day to relax, recharge and flush those harmful elements.
✔ Don’t forget to drink plenty of water before, during, and after using your Sauna. That will allow you to continue to detox for much longer and increase the positive flow and leave you feeling hydrated and refreshed. Now get ready for a great night of sleep or a productive day with a clean energized feeling!


Aluminum in human sweat by C Exley, J Nadal, C Minshall – October, 2013.  Journal of Trace Elements in Medicine and Biology. Immune cells control skin lymphatic electrolyte homeostasis and blood pressure by H Wiig – ‎July, 2013.  National Institutes of  Health.