What makes it ideal for wax bath refills?
It has a low melting point, which makes it quicker and easier to use.
It’s safe to come into contact with your skin and meets FDA requirements (21 CFR 178.3710 for use in non-food articles in contact with food).
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Pour the solid wax pastilles into the heated bath unit. When the wax has turned liquid and clear, dip hand in for a few seconds and remove it. This can be done a few times until a coating is created on the skin.
CAUTION: Warm the paraffin wax to a temperature that is high enough to melt it, but not so hot as to burn your skin. Consult the instructions for your specific wax bath unit.
Once the hand is dipped into the wax bath a few times, remove and wrap in plastic or a specially designed bag or sleeve. Then, wrap with a towel or place into a specialized glove for a few minutes.
This process can be done on one hand, or repeated to end up with both hands encased and wrapped in this way.
Once the heat dissipates (usually after about 10 to 15 minutes) remove hand from the glove/sleeve and peel off the wax. Paraffin wax used for this purpose is smooth and will peel off easily and without pain – this is not like an epilation wax procedure.
After removing the wax, clean off any residue with a tissue, and apply moisturizer if needed.
The entire process will usually take about 30 minutes in total.