A Kelo sauna stands for traditional Finn relaxation and is made out of Kelo pine tree wood. The Kelo pine is extremely resistant to weather conditions, which doesn’t make it necessary to additionally dam it or treat it with preservatives. To take a sauna in a Kelo sauna is pure nature. A temperature of between 80 and 100 °C means that a visit to this sauna offers the added advantage of multiple health benefits. The sequence of heat followed by a cold shower not only simulates the circulation, it also strengthens the immune system and helps build defences against infections. At the same time, blood flow is intensified, improving the appearance of the skin. The metabolism and breathing are also stimulated. There is a relaxing effect on the musculature, and the healing process is encouraged for muscle or tendon strains. The heat also has relaxing and beneficial effects on the respiratory system.