When is a sauna not a sauna? A sauna is generally defined as a room or house kept at high temperatures to induce sweating. If you move those high temperatures outside of the room or house, is it still a sauna? Here are a few products that feature some of the elements of a sauna, but outside of the traditional wooden box.
Slip on these bright orange shorts, plug yourself in, and start sweating in minutes. These sauna pants claim to help you lose water weight in just the areas covered: the abdomen, thighs, hips, and lower back. Can also relieve muscle tension and joint pain in those areas. Does it work? Try it out and let us know!
Used by athletes looking to drop weight quickly or who simply want to heat up their workout. These seem to be particularly popular with boxers. They come in a variety of styles, from sleek to not-so-sleek, so there's plenty of options to choose from based on your budget.
This handy gadget focuses steam on the face and neck to open pores and hydrate skin. As an added bonus, it also clears nasal and sinus passages. A great device for allergy sufferers! And it only looks a little bit like a popcorn popper.
Yep, a sauna bed for your cat or dog. These stylish beds use Far-Infrared heat technology to warm and soothe your pet without risk of burning. These beds are especially great for older pets with arthritis.
Know any sauna-like products we could put on this list? Comment and let us know!