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Buy high quality sauna oil

Infusions with high-quality sauna oils make the wellness experience in the sauna something very special. However, the oils sometimes differ significantly in quality. Here you will find all the important criteria you can look out for when buying sauna fragrance. The quality of aroma oils for infusion in the sauna depends on the ingredients and fragrance mixtures used. Natural ingredients in organic quality are obtained in a wide variety of processes.

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These criteria distinguish high-quality supplements

  1. 100% plant-based ingredients
  2. High concentration of aromas
  3. Very productive
  4. No unnecessary additives
  5. No artificial fragrances

The right scent

For you to perceive a sauna infusion as pleasant, the right scent is crucial. The most popular classics among the fragrances include oils that smell like mint, lavender or rosemary. Lemongrass, spruce, orange and many other varieties also expand the range of sauna fragrances. Depending on the mood and desired effect, certain types of oil are recommended.

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Glass bottles instead of plastic

Sauna oils are filled in different packaging depending on the manufacturer. The very inexpensive products are often found in plastic bottles. However, the quality is preserved much longer in a glass bottle. Especially high-quality oils with a high degree of purity are therefore also available in correspondingly high-quality packaging. The odour molecules thus remain unaltered even over a longer period of time, whereas plastic packaging can change the smell, as tiny particles often dissolve and combine with the oil.

A glass bottle is also preferable from a health point of view, as the combination of plastic and oil can also produce toxic substances. After all, the sauna oil evaporates at high heat and gets into the respiratory tract, which is why oil from a glass bottle is always the better choice.

A glass bottle is also preferable from a health point of view, as the combination of plastic and oil can produce toxic substances. After all, sauna oil evaporates at high heat and penetrates the respiratory tract, which is why oil in a glass bottle is always the best choice.

The right fragrance

For the sauna infusion to be perceived as pleasant, the right fragrance is essential. The most popular classic fragrances include oils smelling of mint, lavender or rosemary. Lemongrass, spruce, orange and many other varieties also expand the range of sauna fragrances. Depending on the mood and the desired effect, certain types of oil are recommended.

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What influences the scent experience

There are several factors that influence the intensity of the fragrance and the duration of the effect of a sauna oil. Dosage is important, as it determines the intensity of the fragrance in the sauna. In addition, the high temperature of the sauna also causes a change in the perception of the scent, so it is necessary to test different oils to find the right aroma for the sauna.

Temperature

There are Finnish saunas with very high temperatures of up to 90 degrees Celsius, but also saunas with significantly lower temperatures, for example the bio sauna. Depending on the temperature, the fragrance experience can vary. Try out which mixing ratio is ideal for your desired temperature. The higher the temperature, the more intense the fragrance and the less you need to add to the infusion water.

Humidity

How high the humidity is in the sauna also depends on the type of sauna. The drier the sauna, the slower the fragrance molecules spread in the air after an infusion. You can easily see how high the humidity is in the sauna right now on a hygrometer. The value in a Finnish sauna is much lower than in a steam sauna, for example. A sauna infusion increases the humidity and thus also the intensity of the fragrance.

Did you know?
A high-quality sauna oil smells best in combination with warm water, so cold water is unsuitable for the infusion.

Enjoy different effects, depending on the scent.

Eucalyptus

Has a cleansing and refreshing effect. Afterwards you will feel fit and refreshed again. The oil can also clear the respiratory tract and relieve muscle tension.

Atemvital

Clears the airways during a cold and loosens stubborn mucus.

Scots pine

This sauna oil clears the skin and vitalises the whole body.

Moment of happiness

This sauna oil has an extremely invigorating effect. It lifts the mood and is ideal for bad weather days.

Orange

Orange sauna oil provides a harmonious and uplifting mood. It can also strengthen the immune system and be stimulating.

Melisse

Melissa sauna oil is ideal for calming down in the evening. It relaxes and helps you fall asleep. It also protects against stress and nervousness in everyday life.

Balance

Relaxation is easy with this sauna oil. It has a balancing effect and quickly brings you back into balance after a strenuous day.

Alpenkräuter

The alpine herb sauna oil has a calming but at the same time invigorating effect.

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Concentration and dosage

A high-quality sauna oil also differs from the cheap variants in its concentration. In this case, just a few drops are enough to create the optimal mixing ratio of water and oil for infusion in the sauna. Good sauna oils always achieve the same fragrance effect, regardless of how long they are open. The situation is different with oils of inferior quality. In this case, many more drops are needed to produce the same intensity of fragrance and the smell dissipates more quickly. If you save in the wrong place, you are not doing yourself any favours, especially since the smell of lower quality oils can change after some time. It is easy to tell if it is a high-quality or highly concentrated oil by the mixing ratio indicated on the packaging.

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What influences the fragrance experience

There are several factors that affect the intensity of the scent and the duration of effect of a sauna oil. The dosage is important, as it determines the intensity of the scent in the sauna. In addition, the high sauna temperature also causes a change in scent perception, so you should definitely test different oils to find the right sauna aroma.