Infrared is invisible to the human eye and can be sensed as warmth. Infrared penetrates into deep muscle tissue and internal organs, affecting the body from the inside out and creating 2-3 times more sweating at lower temperatures than hot air. The deep heating of muscle tissue, subcutaneous fat and internal organs is one of the main factors that make a SPA treatment more effective.
The general effects of infrared:
- activates circulation, improves metabolism and oxygen supply to the body, facilitates new blood vessel formation
- speeds up cell metabolism
- facilitates muscle relaxation, reduces cellulite, removes toxins
- calms nervous tissues
- speeds up tissue recovery
- improves kidney function