It’s true for saunas too — accessories can improve the experience. I wrote about sauna scents in an April post, my first comment in an occasional series.
So, I’ll be exploring the use of whisks in the next several posts — from mentions in historical documents to tips for use and how to make one (with a possible video!). I plan to try it out as well, though I’m apprehensive (to say the least).
* By now you know whisk-ers are not chin stubble. Nor do I mean whisk-ey or other alcoholic beverages.
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