Self Heating mask's?

salpep

Active Member
#1
I'm trying to find some self heating mask's for my mani's and pedi's

I want them so when I put the clients hands or feet in the liners they warm up , saving me using hot towels

Any idea's?

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#2
Sorry cant help, but i would like some to. Been looking for ages
 

#3
hi
beauty express sell self heating mittens hth x
claire
 

Lynne Baker

Lynne The Skin!
#4
Why not use heated mitts and booties?
 

salpep

Active Member
#5
I do have the heated mitts and booties, but a couple of my clients aren't that keen on them , so I was looking for some type of mask that I can place on their hands and feet so that it warms up in the liners.

So if anyone know's of a company that sell's a product like that, please point me in that direction xx
 

#6
The only ones I've seen are by Biore or Montagne Jeunesse - they're just things you can buy in Superdrug/Boots/Bodycare so don't exactly give a professional image :-(
 

#7
I just want it for my sister. She has sever oesteo-artharitus (sp) she's not keen on the mittens for her hands. Her fingers are really bad and knobbly
 

heatherp

Active Member
#8
Hi,
I ordered a warming mask from Graffton International yesterday, not sure if it was an orly or nailtiques one. Not received them yet but can let you know what they are like once I've tried them??

hth

Heather x
 

kylieb

Well-Known Member
#9
I do have the heated mitts and booties, but a couple of my clients aren't that keen on them , so I was looking for some type of mask that I can place on their hands and feet so that it warms up in the liners.

So if anyone know's of a company that sell's a product like that, please point me in that direction xx
Why dont you use paraffin wax for those clients not liking the heated mitts? xxx
 

salpep

Active Member
#10
Hi,
I ordered a warming mask from Graffton International yesterday, not sure if it was an orly or nailtiques one. Not received them yet but can let you know what they are like once I've tried them??

hth

Heather x
Hey that would be very nice, I'll look forward to hearing the results
Thanks hun
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#11
i vote parafin. its fun, smells good, and if you use a thick lotion under it, it becomes a super moisture treatment and its perfect for arthritis joint pain and super dry skin!
 

kylieb

Well-Known Member
#12
i vote parafin. its fun, smells good, and if you use a thick lotion under it, it becomes a super moisture treatment and its perfect for arthritis joint pain and super dry skin!
Ah dont you just love it!!!! I wish i could bathe in it xxx
 
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