Vegan Unscented Reflexology Wax

Our Unscented Vegan Reflexology Wax contains no essential oils, but provides the same working base as all of our other vegan Reflexology Waxes.

Vegan Society Certified

From £3.98 £3.32
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VURWC

Popular in Reflexology treatments where essential oils are not required, such as in pregnancy or in college learning and exam situations, the consistency of our Unscented Vegan Reflexology Wax is the same as our other vegan Reflexology Waxes.

It has the added advantage of having a similar consistency to our Vegan Fascial Release Wax, making it suitable for myofascial release work.

Our Reflexology Waxes are thicker than our Massage Waxes, ensuring they give the correct grip-slip ratio for Reflexology treatments.

We have worked hard to get the consistency of our vegan Reflexology Waxes as close to our original beeswax formula as possible. They initially present as a little looser than the original, but tighten up quickly and have a slightly drier finish.

Our vegan alternatives provide you with the same balance of slip and grip as our original Reflexology Waxes, and are also nut-free.

 

Also available in Unscented:

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Our Packaging: For plastic-free packaging, choose our 20g pots or any of our biodegradable EcoTubs. For details on how to recycle and dispose of all of our packaging, see our recycling page.

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