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Dry Skin Massage or Body Oil
Sensitive Skin Massage or Body Oil
Swedish Massage Oil for Rejuvenating & Repairing Skin
Sports Massage Oil
Luxury Massage Oil

Tips for Mixing Massage Oils

 

Dry Skin Massage or Body Oil using high omega 9 oils (Shelf life 18 months)

30% Olive Oil
20% Sweet Almond Oil
17% Apricot Kernel Oil
15% Jojoba Oil (Organic)
10% Coconut Butter (gently melted)
5% Thistle Oil
2% Vitamin E Simulated Natural
1% Essential Oils


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Sensitive Skin Massage or Body Oil (Shelf life 18 months)

Can be used for full body massage for sensitive skin or as an everyday sensitive skin oil.

40% Apricot Kernel Oil (Organic)
25% Jojoba Oil (Organic)
15% Shea Butter (Organic) (gently melted)
13% Thistle Oil (Organic)
5% Vitamin E Simulated Natural
1% Essential Oils
0.6% Vitamin A Palmitate
0.4% Rosemary Antioxidant


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Swedish Massage Oil for Rejuvenating & Repairing Skin (Shelf life 18 months)

30% Jojoba Oil (Organic)
18% Calendula Oil (Organic)
12% Thistle Oil
12% Shea Butter (Organic) (gently melted)
10% Comfrey Oil (Organic)
10% Borage Oil
4% Vitamin E Simulated Natural
2% Calendula CO2 Extract
1% Essential Oils
0.6% Vitamin A Palmitate
0.4% Rosemary Antioxidant


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Sports Massage Oil (Shelf life 18 months)

Used before exercise it helps warm up and protect the muscles and ligaments.
Used after exercise it helps to relieve sore, swollen or bruised skin, sore muscles & ligaments.

30% Jojoba Oil (Organic)
13% Coconut Butter (gently melted)
10% Comfrey Oil (Organic)
10% Arnica Oil (Organic)
10% Thistle Oil
10% Camelina Oil (Organic)
10% Vitamin E Simulated Natural
5% St. John's Wort Oil (Organic)
1% Essential Oils
1% Rosemary Antioxidant

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Luxury Massage Oil (Shelf life 18 months)

50% Apricot Kernel Oil (Organic)
45% Rosehip Oil (Organic)
4.75% Vitamin E Simulated Natural
0.25% Rosemary Antioxidant

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Tips for Mixing Massage Oils

Combining different vegetable oils can create a blend which is better suited for the intended purpose rather than using a single oil. Get to know the different oils and their characteristics. Test them on your own skin to learn how they feel and how quickly they are absorbed.

Try making your own blends, test them in the crook of your arm first to check for any possible allergic reaction and then use where required.

Make up small quantities of blends so that they don't have to stand too long before being used. Store these at room temperature.

Store your vegetable oils in the fridge but never in the door as they get shaken and that causes oxidation of the product.

Always add Vitamin E (0.5%) to blends of oils which contain a lot of Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids (Omega 3) and GLA oils like Evening Primrose or Borage Oil. This will delay the rancidity process. Aromantic add, or we ask the producer to add, Vitamin E 100% or Rosemary Antioxidant when the oil is produced. Because of these measures we can extend the shelf life of very fragile oils from 6 months to 2 years. If you have bought an oil that has already gone rancid it is then too late to add the antioxidant.

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