With different forms of use, steam had always been a part of SPA concept, in any culture whether Turkish, African, Scandinavian or Ancient Roman, and the soothing, muscle relaxant, blood circulation and metabolism accelerating effect of steam had always been valued. The temperature in steam bath is much lower and the humidity is much higher than the traditional Finnish Sauna. Steam is slowly released into the room covered with small mosaics so that the whole room is filled with steam. The steam bath experience of the user is enriched by adding aromas, herbs and chromotherapy
Some of various steam baths:
A steam room can be described as perspiration bath designed with different coatings such as acrylic, porcelain, ceramic, glass mosaic and natural stone, where the temperature is between 45-55°C degrees and the humidity is 100%
This is an alternative bath option created by adding the relaxing effect of steam onto the purifying and healing properties of mud
In Caldarium, which is used before a hotter cabin such as Laconium, the heat is around 40-50°C and the humidity is around 15-20%
Tepidarium, which is located in the center in Roman bath culture, is seen as a transition or a relaxation room between the hot and cold rooms
The temperature in Laconium, which is seen as the dry perspiration room in roman baths, is around 55-65°C and there is low humidity.