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Hot Stone Manicure: What Is It & How To Do It

They say it is always essential to take good care of your nails and hands and keep them clean. But it is not just cleaning your nails that is sufficient. There is always something more to it - something that will not just ensure that your nails are clean but will also keep them healthy and good-looking.

A good and impressive manicure is what you nails require from time to time. And, manicure does not just mean cleaning nails and applying a coat of nail paint. It is a lengthy process that requires time and patience to clean your nails, give them a shape, file them, brush them, and give them a colourful look. Also, manicure is a process which involves not just nails, but also hands as a whole. The process involves massaging your hands with a hand cream, cleaning them, thereby increasing blood circulation.

You must be quite familiar with manicure and must have heard of some common types of manicure as well, but have you ever come across something like called the hot stone manicure?

What Is Hot Stone Manicure?

Hot stone manicure, as the name suggests, is a therapeutic manicure which involves hot stones, nourishing oils, exfoliation, and therapeutic massage along with applying nail paint. Hot stone manicure is basically a type of treatment which involves a deeply relaxing hot rock hand and arm massage. It helps to relieve strain and relax your muscles.

During the therapy, the beautician will place smooth, flat stones - basalt stones -- on your hands and fingers and massage it with them. The heat generated from these stones stimulate the pressure points in your body areas where it is massaged.

This therapy is time-consuming and takes at least 50 minutes to 1 hour for completion - but it is totally worth it!

Benefits Of Hot Stone Manicure

Although hot stone manicure offers a number of benefits, some of the most important ones are listed below:

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Story first published: Tuesday, September 18, 2018, 16:39 [IST]
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