An insulating layer develops between the skin and the inside of the suit. This protects against hypothermia during and after therapy.
This physiological heat insulation increases the skin temperature by 2.5 to 4.5 degrees, depending on activity and surrounding.
The insulation layer reflects warmth and the improved circulation increase the temperature in the muscles – up to a depth of ca 2 to 3 cm per area –about 1.5 degrees. There is no heat build-up due to the design.