The benefits of Vital Dome

The well-being equipment that offers the greatest number of clinically proven benefits.

“Clinically proven effectiveness”

Benefits of Vital Dome

clinical benefits and studies of Japanese sauna

 Relaxation treatment

  • Improves and regulates quality of sleep
  • Reduces stress and nervous tension
  • Reduces signs of chronic fatigue
  • Promotes deep relaxation

Detoxification treatment

  • Strengthens the body’s natural defences against everyday ailments
  • Eliminates toxins
  • Stimulates skin functions

Slimming treatment

  • Promotes the reduction of body fat
  • Trims the silhouette and improves skin tone
  • Reduces the appearance of cellulite through drainage

Anti-ageing treatment

  • Purifies, firms and rejuvenates the skin
  • Stimulates the metabolism
  • Promotes regeneration

Treatment for athletes

  • Helps prepare the body for sport and aids recovery
  • Reduces aches and stiffness
  • Drains and eliminates toxins
  • Promotes the reduction of body fat
  • Relieves stress and reduces its harmful effects

Clinical studies of far infrared rays

Clinical studies** conducted by an independent, international laboratory to enable us to use the “clinically proven results” statement.


Improvement in the skin’s firmness

Weight loss* (average loss)

  • 2.4 cm (up to 4.0 cm) around the waist
  • 2.0 cm (up to 2.5 cm) around the hips
  • 1.4 cm (up to 2.0 cm) around the thighs


  • 77% of users noticed a slimmer silhouette
  • 63% of users noticed an improvement in skin firmness
  • 77% of users noticed their legs felt less heavy
  • 82% of users felt more relaxed
  • 73% of users noticed an improvement in sleep quality
  • 77% of users noticed an improvement in their general well-being

*Reported on average after a course of 12 sessions over 1 month

**A clinical trial, clinical study or therapeutic trial is a scientific study conducted in human medical therapy to assess the safety and efficacy of a diagnostic method or a treatment. To ensure these studies are reliable, a rigorous and proven scientific method is used in order to limit any bias or errors in the collection of data or in the interpretation of results. Good Clinical Practice (GCP) is an international ethical and scientific quality standard that applies to clinical trials conducted on human subjects. It defines the role and responsibilities of all people involved (investigators, trial sponsors, monitors, etc.) and describes, among other things, the content of a protocol and the list of documents that are essential to the research. 

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