Thursday, December 3, 2020

Paraffin Wax Treatment


Paraffin wax treatment can be used for softening the skin to leave it feeling more smooth and supple, as well as being used for pain relief for sufferers of arthritis. The treatment is beneficial as it releases heat to sooth painful areas and soften the skin of hands and feet.

Benefits of Paraffin Treatment

Paraffin treatment is a popular choice as part of a manicure or pedicure. The hands or feet are dipped in this heated wax and the heat, together with the natural properties of the wax, combines to produce a softening effect. The heated paraffin wax and its’ soothing qualities make it a wonderful choice for the treatment of conditions such as arthritis. The heat reduces inflammation and eases aches and pains caused by arthritis, as well as being useful on muscle stress and strains. Other popular uses for paraffin wax include massage, with many people finding that the heated wax is also effective in the treatment of cellulite.

How Wax Treatment is Applied

If you are having a paraffin treatment in a beauty salon or day spa, the most usual way that the treatment is given is by heating the wax in a sterile container. The hands or feet are then submerged in the wax, which becomes liquid when it is heated. This same liquid wax can also be used to massage areas of the body that are painful or tender due to arthritis or a strain, as well as those seeking a treatment that will open the pores and release toxins from the body. This is why paraffin treatment is also an effective way to treat cellulite.

How Heated Paraffin Wax Works

When the feet or hands are dipped into the paraffin wax, the heat opens the pores and releases toxins and dirt or grime trapped in the skin. At the same time, the wax cools forming a glove of sorts on the skin. This then serves to soften the skin and leave it more supple and smooth to the touch. Paraffin wax treatment as its’ name suggests, is made primarily from paraffin. As paraffin treatments are often used as a beauty treatment, there are often additions to the oil to enhance the treatment. Essential oils are a popular choice, as they provide an extra therapeutic element as well as enhancing the experience with the scent of the oil.

Having a paraffin treatment provides the means to experience relaxation and leave you with soft, supple skin on all areas of the body. The heated paraffin wax is an ideal treatment to release toxins, open the pores and remove dirt from the skin. The use of paraffin to treat aches and pains has made it a popular choice with sufferers of arthritis. Whether you are seeking a means of improving dry, dull skin on the hands or feet or you’re hoping to have a treatment that will reduce cellulite, then paraffin wax is a versatile beauty product that can be used in a number of different ways.

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