paraffin skin care wax

Product Specification
1BOX : 6LBS
Weight: 2.9kg
Size: 18cm X 29.5cm X 11cm
Product Type
For physical therapy use
For skincare use
For pack and massage use

Paraffin Bath

Immersion Method

  • Thoroughly dry the area of the body to be treated.
  • In liquid Paraffin that has been kept at body temperature, immerse the area to be treated, then gently pull out, keeping it still until the paraffin on the skin has solidified to white. Repeat the procedure 4-5 times until a paraffin film is formed.
  • Once a paraffin film has formed as desired, wrap the treated area with vinyl, and then cover with a large towel or blanket, and leave for about 15 minutes.
  • Remove paraffin after treatment has been completed.

Coating Method

  • Thoroughly dry the area of the body to be treated.
  • Quickly apply the liquid paraffin to the area several times until a paraffin film has formed.
  • Once a paraffin film has formed, wrap the area with vinyl, and then cover with a large towel or blanket, and leave for about 15 minutes.

Application

This aroma paraffin wax offers moisturizing effects through three types of aroma oil. As this product uses refined paraffin, it is convenient to use, and gentle on the skin while softening and moisturizing. The hot pack type is particularly effective for treating fingers with chronic rheumatoid arthritis, as well as finger joints, foot joints, injuries on hands, muscle cramps after nerve root grafting, inflammation, injuries from exercise, and dry and chaffed skin. (For physical therapy use)

Advantages of a Paraffin Bath (Supply of heat, moisture, and nutrition)

  • People whose hands and feet feel numb and cold from too many household chores
  • People with fragile nails
  • Middle-aged and elderly people with dull pain in wrists and ankles
  • Cracked heels and rough soles
  • Office workers who want to de-stress and relieve fatigue
  • People with stiff joints in their hands and feet
  • Women who wish to keep their hands and feet soft and beautiful
  • Tired finger joints from excessive computer use