Infrared Sauna Detox

You're ready to feel better with infrared sauna detox.

It's frustrating to feel your body holding you back when you want to live a full, active life. Today’s world places a toxic load on our bodies, from environmental toxicants1 to stress and anxiety that create inflammation and other symptoms. Infrared sauna’s fundamental benefit is the ability to sweat out toxic substances naturally. Sunlighten infrared saunas promote a deep detoxifying sweat that will leave you feeling cleansed, refreshed and energized.

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Living Fully After Lyme Disease

Growing up as a competitive swimmer with Olympic potential, Liz Floyd fought a silent battle with Lyme disease before much was known about it. Listen to her journey to overcome the effects of it and how infrared sauna helped her detoxify from the effects, and has become a powerful tool to maintain her health and fulfill her hopes of living fully.

Sunlighten infrared sauna detox is a more enjoyable and productive sweat.

Sunlighten’s highly efficient, patented SoloCarbon® infrared heating technology gives you the best detoxification experience because it is clinically proven to raise core body temperature by three degrees.2 You experience a deep, productive sweat from your cells as the SoloCarbon infrared waves penetrate your skin and heat your core to expel the toxins, rather than just sitting in hot, ambient air that only heats your outer skin.

This creates an enjoyable experience of more productive sweat, rather than an uncomfortable, stifling hot and less-productive sweat.

Family enjoying sauna together

Sweating supports detoxification.

Healthy bodies have healthy cells managing the chemical exchanges with nutrients and minerals for a vibrant life. Environmental toxins can hinder that, affecting energy, stamina, pain, insomnia, obesity, mental health and more. 3 Perspiration, respiration and elimination are the natural ways our bodies expel the metabolic waste produced inside us. We can help our bodies get rid of and prevent build up through natural detox therapies that support the body’s natural detox work of the liver, kidneys, lungs and skin.

Sweating is good for you.

It’s one of the body’s safest and most natural ways to heal and maintain good health. Alternative medicine widely embraces sauna detox for treatment. Researchers have long told us how the body sweats out toxin build-up, including heavy metals. 4, 5, 6 As long as you maintain proper hydration, the more you safely sweat, the more toxicants you’ll expel from your skin and body.

Not all sweat is the same. Neither are all saunas.

Infrared sauna detox isn’t new. Just better.

Sunlighten saunas are more effective at detoxing. Renowned detoxification expert Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt suggests using far infrared saunas in heavy metal detox protocol. He states that infrared mobilizes specific toxins, like mercury, in deeper tissues making infrared saunas an effective solution for toxin removal.6


Sweating is one of the best ways to detox your body. Every time we sweat, we’re flushing out the toxic substances and heavy metals that we encounter in everyday life. Infrared sauna therapy promotes this process [...] by heating your body from the inside to expel them from deep down.

Dr. Amy Myers
MD, New York Times bestselling author and functional medicine physician

Which sauna is right for me?

Choosing a sauna to add to your wellness routine means looking at your lifestyle and your health goals to find the sauna that will be the best fit. We'd love to help you do that! Whether it's relaxation you’re craving or deep detoxification, Sunlighten infrared saunas will help you achieve your wellness desires. From weight loss to muscle recovery and skin rejuvenation, our patented infrared technology will restore your body and your mind. Select your health benefit need(s) and how many people you want room for in your sauna to learn which options are best for you.

Be Inspired

  1. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Fourth Report on Human Exposure to Environmental Chemicals, Updated Tables, (March 2021). Atlanta, GA: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
  2. Core Body Temperature Study, UMKC, 2001
  3. Biomarkers of Environmental Toxicants: Exposure and Biological Effects, PubMed, 2019
  4. Blood, urine, and sweat (BUS) study: monitoring and elimination of bioaccumulated toxic elements, 2011, PUBMED 
  5. Arsenic, Cadmium, Lead, and Mercury in Sweat: A Systematic Review, 2012, PUBMED
  6. A Comprehensive Review of Heavy Metal Detoxification, 2007, SemanicScholar