WHY WE LOVE WAX
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First of all lets just be clear WE LOVE OIL; beautiful almond oil, the rich nourishing jojoba oil, the light silkiness of a really good grapeseed oil, the magical properties of coconut oil….I could go on.

BUT…what if there was something that did the job of a great massage oil but didn’t spill all over the floor if you knocked it over?
Something that meant you didn’t have to keep going back to the bottle, time and time again, interrupting the flow of your treatment?
And something that gave you that all important grip when you are doing detailed trigger point work or reflexology?
Well, there is! Massage wax is a fantastic alternative to traditional massage oil. Made out of a combination of wax and oil and a few other ingredients we can produce, what is essentially a solid oil!  


HOW TO USE WAX

  • Use it exactly like your old massage oil…but less
  • No, less
  • Really, we mean it…you need much less than when you massage with oil
  • I like to put a little blob on my arm so that I easily reach it, when I need it
  • You can use a spatula to prevent cross-contamination (no double dipping here) you’ll get one free with your online order unless you don’t need one

OK, WHAT ELSE?

You dont have to be a therapist or a massage client to enjoy these beautiful products. Vegan Massage Wax makes a perfect all over body balm or body butter; you can use it in place of your usual body moisturiser
  • Great on cracked heels
  • Fabulous on dry elbows
  • Get rid of dry and flaky patches
  • ​Gives a perfect treat to tired and achey feet 




TOP TIP
Keep your wax nice and cool.

If it gets heated up it may melt and seperate. If this happens it's perfectly usable but you may prefer to get it to it's original state; to do this either empty the wax into a container (not the tin) and either microwave it or put it in a bain-marie to completely return it to liquid. Give it a stir then pop it back in the tin to cool and return to the solid wax state
Sometimes the wax may feel rather grainy.

Don't worry if this is the case, it is a feature of the natural wax we use. It will soon return to it's lovely smooth texture once you start using it and it warms up.