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The hot wax mask technique is the invention of celebrity facialist Emma Hardie. The mash is painted on the skin and then is kept under infrared light to get warm after an hours of massaging. The massage is done with moisturising oils, to stimulate the skin. The skin deep kneading technique gets the skin softer and plumper.
Then the hot wax mash is put on. This mask absorbs the moisturising oils, soothes the skin and relaxes the facial muscles, thus ensuring a glowing and vibrant skin.
The hot wax massage ensures a wrinkle free skin, which will make your skin look younger. The hot wax mask treatment costs 160 pounds, is the quickest route to a non-surgical facelift and promises "instant and noticeable results after one session."
“This facial is a wonderful treat for a cold, winter's evening and the warm wax helps you feel like you''re in the Tropics. The massage and wax helps to boost circulation in the skin and helps to relax the facial muscles. Wax is very softening and it's very good as a skin treatment.
We use it a lot on dry hands and chapped skin. It helps to oxygenate and detoxify the skin," said Emma Hardie.
She also claims that the hot wax mask treatment can help with migraine relief, sinus problems, head, neck and shoulder tension, depression, menopause, grief and insomnia.
Sophie Dahl, Denise Van Outen and Anjelica Huston are amongst few of her celeb customers.