Apart from the beauty of wet leaves and scenic beauty, monsoon also brings with it a slew of skin problems. Walking on muddy roads, walking through swampy areas, and so on can all cause bacterial and fungal illnesses in our feet.
While our hair and skin receive the most of our attention, our feet are overlooked during the season. It's past time for us to alter this, and what best option to pamper our feet than with a peaceful pedicure? We prefer a paraffin wax pedicure over all the other pedicure options since it gets the job done and is incredibly effective. Continue reading to learn more about paraffin wax treatment techniques.
What is the Purpose of a Paraffin Foot Wax?
The use of paraffin wax
to moisturize, soften, and smooth the skin of your hands and feet is common in spa pedicure and manicure treatments. Dip your hands and feet in molten paraffin wax as part of the therapy. But, before you conjure up images of molten candle wax scalding your flesh, keep in mind that paraffin wax contains paraffin oil, making it flexible and melting at lower temperatures. In reality, the warm, relaxing sensation of melted paraffin wax is felt on the skin.
Biosoft's paraffin waxes are made with a unique combination of pure natural oils and other natural substances to nourish and cleanse your foot. These waxes are applied to the feet while they are warm, which stimulates blood flow, helps muscles relax, and lowers general stiffness. Biosoft paraffin waxes come in three skin-friendly natural varieties that exfoliate, rejuvenate, and cure skin damage while remaining safe for even the most sensitive skin types.