Red or near-infrared bulbs for Sauna Unit?

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    skin lover

    I am at the decision stage of building a sauna for my family. Do you think a red light bulb is a good option when compared to near-infrared light bulbs?.

    Has anyone tried the Rubylux near-infrared bulbs?


    A Sauna? Awesome!

    I’ve been using rubylux near infrared bulbs for my family for about 3 weeks now. I can vouch for their effectiveness and awesomeness.

    Red light is great, but near-infrared has a deeper range of penetration. Wear eye protection.

    Do keep me updated with the progress of your sauna.

    grace peach

    Near-infrared light is the perfect spectrum for a sauna, and the rubylux near-infrared bulb are just what you need. The bulbs have worked well for me over the many months.


    Regarding about this topic, I’ve read the differences about the bulbs that you may use for your sauna. hope this help


    Thanks Sunny for sharing! this is the information that I need.


    I believe if you will to create a sauna. You should use infrared light. Because it produces heats to the body which gives effect of it being “sauna”. We are planning to build one so that’s what we read.

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