Has anyone used Tui massage wax? Is it any good?
Someone has mentioned Tui Massage Waxes to me for helping glide on necks and bare arms during seated acupressure.
I wondered if anyone had used them and if so how they found them? I understand waxes are meant to be less likely to stain clothes so I also wondered how Tui performs on that front
Ta in advance
Why not contact the company and ask for a little pot of their massage wax - it's not too expensive. I use the Reflexology balm and the Cooling and Soothing balm - both are lovely - but you don't need to use too much of it.
I've had seated acupressure, but the therapist didn't use any medium on me.
I've been using Tiu massage balms for about 6 months now. I use them both for reflexology and massage and rate them highly. You can get them from
I'm sure they can provide you sample and are very helpful.
Andy at Songdbird Naturals is so very helpful, the waxes are fabulous, have been using the Tui foot balme for the last 3 years, you will not be disappointed.
thanks for the link. jabba find it helps on arms when the client has dry skin for certain moves
I have used the reflexology balm and I love it. It smells lovely, it is great to work with when doing reflexology and good for dry skin and heels too. Not had any problems washing the towels afterwards or had any bad feedback from clients regarding this aspect. I only brought a small tub to try it, wish i had brought a larger size, I really love it.
Just ordered the spice orange and of course some spatulas
MoogWax is also good!
I use MoogWax which is also very good. They have 5 aromatherapy blends which are fab and also do a plain one which is suitable for everything including pregnancy.
You can buy it online at and the price includes free postage.