Benefits of a Paraffin Wax

Paraffin wax goes hand in hand with holistic therapies and natural healing. It is surprising to know that many people don’t know much if anything about Paraffin wax and it’s healing treatments. Paraffin wax increases circulation, helps open pores, improves skin color, soothes and moisturizes your skin. If you suffer from any of these conditions you should give paraffin wax a try:

  • Eczema
  • Arthritis
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Bursitis
  • Joint stiffness
  • Dry Flaky Skin
  • Tired Sore Muscles

A good way to use paraffin wax is with a paraffin bath, where you do a spot treatment. The area which is bothering you is gradually dipped into the warm paraffin bath. The wax  and is then allowed to dry and slowly peeled off. You can then follow up with massage or exercise for the specific area. Always make sure area is clean, dry and you aren’t wearing any jewelry. Make sure to follow the instructions that come with your bath for optimum results. A paraffin bath can usually be purchased at most healthy/spa stores, but they can also be purchased online. If you have hypertension, diabetes, or varicose veins it is not recommended you use the paraffin treatments. If you have a question contact your health provider.

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3 thoughts on “Benefits of a Paraffin Wax

  1. Hello, i am Bhushan, suffering from arthritis since 1989 & i am bedridden since 1996. I want to know more about paraffin wax therapy & also if there are any such alternative therapy pls tell me. Pls do mail me to bhushanghate2007@gmail.com.

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