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Making Magic Stones

Millie Haynam, owner of Natural Beauty Salon & Spa in Twinsburg, Ohio, incorporates Hot Stone massages into her winter manicure services to heat up her clients. Millie’s Hot Stones are from Keyano Aromatics. They are called “Rock-On” Massage Stones and they are purchased in a powder form that is mixed with warm water to form the heat-generating rocks. Making the rocks takes about five minutes and they generate heat for approximately 30 minutes after hardening.

  

Millie Haynam, owner of Natural Beauty Salon & Spa in Twinsburg, Ohio, incorporates Hot Stone massages into her winter manicure services to heat up her clients. Millie’s Hot Stones are from Keyano Aromatics. They are called “Rock-On” Massage Stones and they are purchased in a powder form that is mixed with warm water to form the heat-generating rocks. Making the rocks takes about five minutes and they generate heat for approximately 30 minutes after hardening.

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