A home sauna is not just a place to relax your muscles but also a quiet space to de-stress and enjoy your time alone. ALEKO removes the hassle of finding all the necessary accessories so you can indulge in your sauna experience right away. Find great additions to your home spa. From lamps and thermometers to clocks and hats, ALEKO has all of the sauna products you need.
ALEKO is the one-stop shop for bringing that enjoyable sauna experience right into your own home. Not only do we offer fully built saunas, we also offer a complete range of sauna accessories to compliment your sauna experience. Our goal is to make your sauna session easy, enjoyable, and safe as possible–and all at cost-effective prices.
Spa accessories are important additions to your home sauna so you can get the most out of your sauna session. A sauna hat can keep you cool so that you can enjoy your sauna for longer. We also feature a wood sauna bucket with a water scoop that helps you pour water on your sauna rocks to create an instant burst of steam for your experience. A thermometer and a timer are also essential for showing temperature and humidity readings, and tracking your sauna session time. Explore ALEKO’s wide assortment of accessories to add the personal finishing touches to your sauna room! Connect with an ALEKO representative today to learn more.
What do you wear in a sauna at home?
Opt for loose-fitting garments to allow for breezy air movement. Examples include an oversized t-shirt, cotton wrap, or loose sweat pants made from cotton. You can also wear a sauna hat to help prevent dizziness, shortness of breath, and overheating. ALEKO's wool sauna hats are perfect to provide you comfort during your session while maximizing the therapeutic effects. They can also protect your hair from getting dry and brittle.
What is a good temperature for a home sauna?
Most people enjoy the temperature to be between 150-175 degrees Fahrenheit in a traditional sauna. However, this isn't the rule of thumb. The right temperature for a sauna ultimately depends on your preference. To better monitor the levels in your home sauna, use a thermometer from ALEKO's sauna accessories so you can properly track the temperature and humidity readings of your sauna room.
How long should you stay in a sauna?
You can stay in a sauna for 15-20 minutes to reap the benefits like increased metabolism, improved blood circulation, and reduced cortisol levels. If you're just starting, you can start with a 5-minute session and leave the sauna once you feel warm enough. Time your next sauna session with ALEKO's sauna clock. Choose from pine wood analog clocks to sand timers, all made to withstand high temperatures and humidity.