What is Wax Therapy?
Prende Orb Warm Wax Therapy is an innovative, hygienic and therapeutic paraffin wax treatment.
What are the benfits?
Paraffin wax heat therapy increases blood flow, tolerance for pain, relaxes muscles and increases hydration in the skin.
Intended to moisturise and soften the skin while providing a therapeutic and healing effect to sore and aching joints. Making it particularly beneficial for those suffering from arthritis and rheumatic pain.
Warm wax is applied by brush from individual pods of wax offering a beautiful, hygienic experience.
Conditions that benefit from warm wax therapy include:
- Eczema and psoriasis
- Sore muscles
- Stiff joints
- Scar tissue
- Muscle spasm
- Sports injury
- Bad circulation
Offered as an extra to routine treatments or as an individual experience.
Warm Wax Therapy treatment on its own 30 mins £35
Add on to other services (extra 30 mins) £30
This treatment will take 10 -15 minutes to complete. The ORB uses single, hygienic wax pods and an ultra soft brush to apply the therapeutic warm wax giving a luxurious & relaxing experience. We also use unheated booties which will give extra penetrating heat and moisturisation to the muscles & skin.
Then just sit back and relax for a further 15 minutes.
How Heat Helps
Though it is usually a very simple form of treatment, heat therapy is actually quite ingenious in the way that it relieves pain and muscle stiffness. When applied to sore areas of the body, heat helps to dilate your blood vessels. This encourages blood to rush to the affected area, flushing out toxins and other wastes. This blood also brings oxygen to the site, which helps to repair soft tissue, encourage muscle tone, and relax muscles contractions.
Heat therapy also lessens the severity of pain symptoms, though it is not completely understood why. It is thought that heat may help to numb the nerve endings inside your body, thereby decreasing your sensations of pain.
Paraffin wax treatments are NOT SUITABLE for Diabetics, varicose veins or abnormalities , vascular disorders, broken or open skin wounds.