Sunlighten infrared sauna technology

Not to be confused with the common far infrared saunas, Sunlighten’s mPulse product is the only sauna that works across the near, mid and far spectrums to bring proven and medically endorsed health benefits.

Clinically proved to help reduce blood pressure, improve circulation, detoxify and alleviate joint pain caused by arthritis or fibromyalgia with the additional dermal health benefits of anti-ageing and scar diminishment. Sunlighten mPulse saunas deliver this with dedicated programs that blend the differing wavelengths according to the health benefit required and this is directly linked to your personal biometrics.

Sunlighten vs . Traditional Saunas: Sunlighten saunas use infrared heat rays instead of steam, as is used in traditional saunas. Infrared gently heats the body from within instead of heating the air. It has the ability to penetrate the surface of the skin, which gives your body overall radiant warmth. Traditional heaters only heat the air, which can become extremely hot and uncomfortable in which to breathe.

Carbon vs . Ceramic Heaters: Sunlighten’s carbon-based heating technologies emit more infrared energy at a lower surface temperature. This leads to pain relief, better circulation and more effective detoxification, among several other benefits. In addition, there are no cold spots, as occur in saunas using ceramic rods.

Carbon Surround and Solocarbon® Custom Spectrum: While Carbon Surround is the best infrared therapy in its class, Solocarbon® is the most advanced and beneficial technology available. In fact, Solocarbon has been clinically shown to raise core body temperature nearly 3º in a 30 min. session. This is important, because raising core body temperature is the catalyst for nearly all of the health benefits associated with infrared therapy. With the introduction of Solocarbon® Custom Spectrum™, Sunlighten now offers a heating technology capable of delivering near, mid and far infrared to more precisely target a myriad of personalised health concerns.

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