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No serious adverse effects have been reported with infrared saunas, and this type of treatment seems to be safe for the majority of people, even those who can’t normally tolerate other types of saunas or heat treatments. FIR wavelengths are luckily too long to be perceived by the eyes, so they don’t damage sensitive eye tissues like other light therapies can. FIR light is also considered “gentle radiant heat ,” so although it can penetrate up to inches (almost four centimeters) beneath the skin, it isn’t painful and doesn’t cause a burning effect.