Salt Therapy Effects

Salt room photo

Salt aerosol has positive effects for breathing and skin.

The dry salt aerosol generated by IIRIS halogenerators creates a unique microclimate that is similar to the salt cave microclimate.  It was noticed centuries ago that the salt cave microclimate has very positive effects on health and welfare, especially respiratory concerns. Today, salt therapy (halotherapy) is administered in artificially created conditions – people call them salt rooms, salt chambers, halotherapy rooms etc.

Children who have used salt therapy sessions, have better health, stamina, lung capacity and they have better resistance to illnesses. That is also the reason why salt rooms are often in use in kinder gardens – children like it and it increases their welfare.

Based on studies, the salt rooms are highly suitable for people with skin concerns or for people who want to revitalize their skin. Facial skin will look younger and extra fresh already after few sessions.
Salt aerosol is also good for general welfare and body as a whole. It relieves stress, gives better night-time sleep and relaxes the body.

Who can benefit from salt therapy?



Our products are not intended for use in the diagnosis of disease or other conditions, or in the cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of disease, in humans or animals. The materials on this website are provided for general information only. The halogenerators produce and disperse dry sodium chloride (salt) aerosol, which can penetrate exposed electronic, electrical and mechanical devices and systems and salt residue can accumulate on their external and internal surfaces. Salt accumulates on floors, walls, and ceilings and in the HVAC systems of premises where halognerators are used. When wet, salt is corrosive to unprotected metals and is electrically conductive.