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Featuring the Health Mate Renew 3, A Small 3 Person Infrared Sauna!

Sit Back. Relax.
In the market space for quality and affordability?
The Renew by Health Mate sauna achieves both.
  • Bluetooth
  • cedar cabinet
  • chromotherapy
  • dual control pad

Plus, the ability to assemble this sauna with no tools has made this model a top choice for sauna enthusiasts around the world!

Benefits Of An Infrared Sauna

Which Is Better? Traditional or Infrared Sauna?

 

Sauna Features

  • PEFC™ Western Cedar Wood
  • Flat Bench
  • 100% Toxic Free
  • Patented Interior & Exterior Controllers
  • Magazine Holder
  • 48 Diode Chromotherapy lighting
  • Low EMF TruInfra™ Heater
  • Bluetooth Speakers

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Product Details

Electrical
  • 120V
  • 2170 watts
  • 20 amps
  • Plugs into a standard 120v 20a outlet
  • Plug type: NEMA 5-20P
Heater Type
  • TruInfra™ carbon infrared on the back wall.
  • Tecoloy™ S series on front wall and bench.
Wood Type
  • The Renew 3 is available in Western Red Cedar.
  • PEFC™ certification which promotes sustainable forest management through an independent third party.
  • Quarter sawn planks for that ultimate luxury look.
Interior Dimensions
  • Width: 57”
  • Depth: 35 ¾”
  • Height: 69 ⅞”
Exterior Dimensions
  • Width: 60”
  • Depth: 40 ½”
  • Height: 75 ¼”

Sauna Assembly

Health Mate Renew Mate Infrared Sauna

 

How Does It Work?

How Does an Infrared Sauna Work?

An infrared sauna is a modality that uses infrared heaters to emit light from the electromagnetic spectrum, including near, mid, and far-infrared light. Infrared light therapy, or Waon therapy, uses light to create heat that is absorbed by the skin instead of traditional saunas that use steam or hot air to create heat the air in the room.

The electromagnetic spectrum represents the entire range of frequencies and wavelengths that light emits. 

Infrared saunas work by emitting infrared light, which is part of the electromagnetic spectrum. 

This type of light is broken down into three categories of infrared, which are called near-infrared, middle infrared, and far-infrared.

Near-infrared light has a range of 0.76 to 1.5 microns and is of the shorter wavelength on the scale. This type of light penetrates below the surface of the skin. Near-infrared has many benefits including mitochondria stimulation and activation of anti-inflammatory processes.

Middle infrared light has a range of 1.5 to 5.6 microns and reaches deeper parts of the body including muscles and joints. One function includes improving and increasing blood flow and circulation.

Far infrared light has a range of 5.6 to 1000 microns and reaches the deepest parts of the body. This type of light stimulates metabolism, can improve internal organ efficiency, and aid with cardiovascular health. An example of far-infrared light is the sun. 

These types of light are not visible to the naked eye but can be seen with special cameras and equipment. 

In a traditional sauna, you are just sitting in a hot room which can get to around 190-220 degrees. 

In an infrared sauna, the heat from the light is being absorbed into the skin and heating your body.

Health Mate saunas utilize all 3 kinds of infrared light using patented Tecoloy heaters in order to maximize health and recovery. 


 Pain Relief

Why Choose An Infrared Sauna Over A Traditional Sauna

In a traditional sauna, temperatures can surpass the 200-degree mark. This type of heat can cause negative effects on the human body including severe dehydration due to expelling fluids faster than you can get them in your body and a sudden drop in heart rate.

Another reason why an infrared sauna should be chosen over a traditional sauna is that since a traditional sauna heats the air in the room as opposed to heating the body, it can make for a more uncomfortable environment.

 

FAQs

Can I place my Health Mate sauna outside? 

Yes. However, the sauna needs to be either under a fully enclosed patio or you must purchase a cover.

When placing your Health Mate outside you do need to be made aware of some drawbacks.  

  1. The lifespan of the sauna. While an outdoor cover can help protect the sauna, it is still outdoors and can be affected by the elements. Most common is snow, wind, humidity and natural disasters. Snow can build up and stain the wood under the cover. Wind can blow the sauna cover around and introduce elements. Humidity can lower the life expectancy of the controller and power supply. Just think of it as an automobile, if parked outside your paint won’t last near as long as if you were to park it in the garage.  
  2.  Warm-up times. As discussed in this article the ambient temperature will have an effect on your warm up times. Our warm up testing was completed at room temperature of 70 degrees. If the outside ambient temperature is 50 degrees, you have to compensate warm up time for this drop in temperature.  
  3. Animals and Critters. These little guys tend to be drawn to heat in the colder months. A sauna outside is like finding a luxury home. Be aware that spiders, ants, mice, rats and other insects could potentially want to share your sauna. There are two holes in the floor of your sauna, one under the bench and one in the front right where you plug in your data cable and heater cables. Steel wool prevents most insects and a small hand cloth will prevent cold drafts. 

How Do I Maintain My Health Mate?

Health Mate® infrared saunas require very little cleaning, and there are no regular maintenance tasks or parts to replace. Infrared saunas provide dry heat; the only moisture produced is from your own perspiration. The enclosed cabins keep out dust and dirt. Treat the exterior like any piece of fine furniture. 

• Use towels on the bench and underneath your feet.
• If you notice excess moisture after a session, you can wipe off any excess perspiration or crack the door or roof vent and keep the sauna running for a few minutes.
• If needed, you can wipe your sauna down occasionally. Use a moist towel – don’t spray directly onto the heater panels. A few drops of a high quality essential oil in water (examples are Tea Tree, Eucalyptus, Arborvitae, Lavender, Lemon – your choice); a solution of 1T baking soda in a gallon of water. 
• For locations with high use such as clinics and spas, we offer waterproof bench pads.
• Use your vacuum hand attachment if you want to clean dust or debris from your sauna.
• Perspiration stains don’t affect your sauna’s performance. If you eventually get perspiration stains that you would like to remove it’s easily done by lightly sanding.

What Should I Do to Keep My Sauna Clean Inside?

As mentioned earlier, cleaning a sauna is very low maintenance.

However, there are some things to keep in mind when cleaning.

We recommend a quick cleaning of the sauna each time you use it, and also doing a more in-depth clean every 2 weeks or so.

For quick cleaning, we suggest wiping down the interior with a damp washcloth after each use. Doing so will help prevent the buildup of minerals on the wood due to sweat and perspiration. 

Using distilled or filtered water, as opposed to tap or unfiltered potable water is recommended because this will prevent any minerals from building up over time on the wood. 

Shipping

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Delivery

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  • Tracking information is provided upon shipment.
  • Free Standard Shipping: 1-2 Weeks

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Best of the best
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Best of the best
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A.C.
Great sauna
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Nice aux