Sustainability Commitment

Clearlight Teams Up with The National Forest Foundation’s Sapling Program

Clearlight is delighted to announce a new partnership with The National Forest Foundation’s Sapling Program. As part of this initiative, we have pledged to positively impact the environment with every sauna purchase to reflect our commitment to sustainability and environmental responsibility.

For every Clearlight Infrared sauna purchase, we will donate two trees to be planted with The National Forest Foundation. This means that our customers will be investing in their well-being and enjoying the numerous health benefits in our state-of-the-art saunas, and at the same time contributing to the growth and preservation of our planet’s vital forests.

At Clearlight, we believe in the power of collective action and its impact on creating a sustainable future. The National Forest Foundation shares our vision, and together, we aim to make a meaningful difference in reforesting areas that need it the most.

About The National Forest Foundation

The National Forest Foundation stands as the foremost organization dedicated to fostering personal and profound connections with our National Forests, which serve as the focal point of America’s public lands. Acting on behalf of the American public, the NFF spearheads initiatives for forest conservation and advocates for responsible recreation. 

In 2022 alone, the NFF accomplished the impressive feat of planting 8 million trees, encompassing over 25 tree species and restoring more than 21,000 acres of forested land. This robust reforestation campaign persists in addressing critical reforestation needs across our National Forests, ensuring these landscapes’ vitality for future generations’ benefit.

We at Clearlight are excited to partner with The National Forest Foundation, and look forward to creating a healthier and more sustainable future for generations to come.

Sauna Wood Sustainability

Traditional mahogany species like African and American mahogany have been overexploited, leading to depletion and environmental concerns.

Our choice to use Okoume mahogany, sourced primarily from Central and West Africa, is harvested from sustainably managed forests, making it a more environmentally friendly option.