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Massage Oils

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Massage Oils

Massage Oils reduce friction when the massaging process begins by making the skin smoother and can also serve as a base for the application of other oils during the massaging section. Massage Oils come in different types depending on the type of ingredient used in making them.

Types of Massage Oils

  • Apricot Kernel Oil: Sourced from the apricot seeds, this massage oil is light in texture and appears as a pale yellow liquid. It is rich in vitamin E, which makes it last longer than other oils. It does not leave stains on the skin and is softer on the body.
  • Fractionated Coconut Oil: This kind of coconut oil has been isolated from some fatty acids via heating and made lighter for effective usage in massages. Because of the isolation from fatty acids, it does not smell like the regular coconut oils but is more effective as a light, non-greasy massage oil.
  • Sunflower Oil: Sunflower Oil is gotten from sunflower seed and is very light in fatty acids, which are healthy for the skin. However, it spoils easily and needs to be protected in a cool and dark place.
  • Jojoba Oil: Although it can barely be qualified as an oil, this wax makes it into the list because it contains all the characteristics of good massage oils. It's very light, non-greasy has a long shelf life, and does not leave stains on materials. It does not irritate the skin and is a very good option for some oils.
  • Other popular massage oils that we have your clients include: Avocado oil, Grapeseed oil, Olive oil, Cocoa butter oil,Sesame oil, Shea butter

Benefits of Massage Oils

  • For Effective Massages: Massage oils make it easier for massage therapists to do their work effectively. If you're self-massaging, the oils make it easier also as it reduces friction between your palms and the layers of your body. 
  • For Use as Base Layers: If there are other oils to be applied after the massage section, the massage oils serve as a base for other oils to be applied effectively. Sometimes in aromatherapy, massage oils are used.
  • Can Be Used for Dry Skins: Massage oils can smoothen dry skins as some come with moisturizers and natural ingredients healthy for the skin.

Precautions

  • If you're allergic to nuts, some of the oils will cause skin irritations, you should speak to a massage therapist first before using any oil.
  • Keep out of reach of children.
  • Massage oils are meant for topical applications only and not for any other purposes.
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