Q.11 How long should I do Mugwort Steaming?

According to the menus of many of the salons we work with, 30 to 40 minutes is the norm, but some customers enjoy the treatment for as long as an hour.

The amount of time you feel comfortable may vary from person to person, so it would be good for you to decide after actually trying the mugwort steaming treatment.

Q.12 Can I do a salon in my home with your sitz bath set?

After starting Mugwort Steaming, more and more people are opening their own salons at home.

If you are interested in starting your own salon, please contact us. Please contact us.

Please ensure that you comply with all local laws and regulations when starting your business. We are not responsible for any penalties or losses incurred as a result of operating without proper permits or licenses.

Q.13 How long is the warranty on the electric heater?

Purchasers of the set will receive a 1-year free replacement warranty.

If the product is broken within one year, we will replace it free of charge.

Q.14 I don’t know how to do mugwort steaming…

For more information on how to use Mugwort Steamers, please refer to this article.

Q.15 Can I do this in my condo?

There are many people who have Mugwort Steam in their condominiums.

The smell of our herbs is not so strong, and the steam stays in the cape, so as long as you ventilate the room after the mugwort steaming, you do not have to worry about the smell sticking to the room.

Q.16 What is the difference between a wooden sitz bath and Hwangjin ochre sitz bath?

First, to answer from the standpoint of durability, Hwangjin’s ochre sitz baths are handmade and baked by Korean craftsmen in ceramics, so they are more resistant to weight and safer to use than wooden ones.

Wooden sitz baths are susceptible to mold growth and corrosion due to prolonged exposure to steam, and in some cases, the sitz bath itself may break down due to these factors.