Paraffin treatment offers significant hydration to the skin, protects against aging and freckles and gives a silky effect. It also opens the pores of the skin, enhances blood circulation and promotes a sense of calm and relaxation in the recipient. Finally, paraffin treatment is also beneficial for problem nails, because it maintains their flexibility and strengthens the skin that surrounds them.
Paraffin treatment in Pedicure – INSTRUCTIONS
- Complete the pedicure. DO NOT APPLY NAIL VARNISH!
- Spray the feet with the antiseptic spray.
- The device should be placed with the deepest tip towards the customer. This will allow the foot to sink into a natural position, with the heel lowered and the toes slightly up.
- Hold the client's foot and dip it in the paraffin up to the ankle. Then remove it.
- Wait a few seconds until the paraffin no longer has a glossy appearance and repeat. The foot should be immersed in paraffin 5 times.
- Place the foot inside the protective bag. Then place it inside the cotton boot. This will keep the heat longer.
- Repeat steps 4-7 on the other leg. Leave the boots for 10-12 minutes on foot.
- Remove the boots. Do not remove the protective paraffin bags yet, just like in the manicure.
- To remove, follow the above mentioned manicure guidelines.
- Repeat steps 9-10 with the other foot.
- Clean your toenails with acetone before applying nail polish. For hygiene reasons, it would be good to use a separate device for pedicures.