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Massage Oil

Adding a massage to your regular health routine is a soothing way to contribute to your overall wellbeing. Using natural massage oil not only uplifts the spirits, but could also maximise the benefit of a revitalising massage.

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Massage Oil Benefits

Having a massage is almost considered an occasional luxurious affair, saved for a rare treat or given as a special gift. However, studies about the benefits of massage reveal that it could be helpful for alleviating stress, managing pain and assisting muscular recovery. Therefore establishing it as part of a regular personal care routine could provide a variety of therapeutic results.

Choosing quality massage oil is a significant part of this complementary therapy, as it may also enhance the soothing and stimulating experience. Massage oil can be used in multiple ways such as softening the skin on your hands or feet, applied to the body after a shower or bath, or can be used as a nourishing shaving cream.

Product Reviews

  • Love it

    I've used this for my boys for a while. I use it as all over moisturizer. My older son has got eczema and I feel like this balm gives him a little bit of protective layer.



  • I have psoriasis and find a beeswax product keeps my skin supple

    I have the skin condition psoriasis and find a beeswax product keeps my skin supple. I particularly like the softer texture of this one.



  • Lavender great for burns

    Just for those who don't know, lavender water (a few drops of oil in tap water - well shaken) is brilliant for burns - even very severe ones. My son burned his leg on a motorbike exhaust and the doctors creams were little use. Once I started spraying it with lavender water several times a day, it not only relieved the pain, but it quickly healed completely without scarring. The idea is to let the water evaporate which leaves a thin layer of lavender and this dries the skin gently so you don't get the weeping that big burns have. I use tons of lavender oil - it's amazing how much it can do.



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