Our Massage Oils
Olive oil is a full body massage oil and ideal for a
light massage since it gets absorbed very
slowly into the skin. The good news is that it’s perfect
for relaxing your muscles and locking in moisture. Olive oil is known to ease aches, muscle spasms, and any pain or inflammation.
- It boosts your blood circulation and flushes out toxins, bringing a natural glow to your skin.
- It protects your skin from oxidative stress when massaged regularly.
- It delivers a host of nutrients and minerals, thus boosting your metabolism and energy levels.
Coconut oil is an excellent carrier oil and pairs best when combined with other essential oils. It’s ideal for massages that involve short strokes and the oil doesn’t turn rancid even when you let it sit for a while on your skin.
- It has medium-chain fatty acids and saturated fats which keep your skin hydrated and lock in moisture.
- It gets absorbed very quickly, is non-greasy and light.
Coconut oil helps in reducing aging, fine lines, and wrinkles.
This oil a rich source of Vitamin E and has antioxidants that are beneficial for skin health.
Almond oil is easy on the skin and suitable if your skin is sensitive. This is a pain relief body massage
oil and it’s neither too heavy nor too light.
- It’s soothing on the skin, anti-inflammatory, and acts as a moisturizer.
- It protects the skin from UV ray exposure. It provides skin-beneficial minerals and nutrients, thus eliminating tan. Almond oil relaxes the muscles. It relieves pain and soreness too.
GRAPE SEED OIL
Grapeseed oil doesn’t carry any smell and is very relaxing on the skin.
The best part about it is that it adds glow to your skin. It’s perfect for various kinds of
massages and even has antimicrobial benefits which are a plus.
- It contains a compound known as ‘resveratrol’ which is known to be anti-inflammatory.
- It has ample amounts of Vitamin E, linolenic acid, and phenolic compounds.
Grapeseed oil is an excellent carrier oil and pairs perfectly with herbs.
Sunflower oil is no stranger in the kitchen but the fun part is that it’s also excellent for therapeutic massages. However, the only downside is that it turns rancid fairly quickly which means you should buy it in small quantities. You can extend its shelf life by adding in one or two Vitamin E capsules to it.
- It has rapid barrier regenerative properties for your skin which shields it and keeps it protected.
- It gives anti-aging benefits, prevents fine lines and wrinkles, and moisturizes your skin.Sunflower oil flushes out toxins from your skin and keeps it young by supplying it with high doses of
linolenic and oleic acids.
Argan oil is beneficial for therapeutic massages and spas all over the world popularly use it. It’s best known for its non-greasiness and keeps the skin wet or moisturized for long. Thus, it’s perfect for those with dry skin.
- It softens your skin and boosts elasticity. Smooth skin also means reduced signs of aging and no wrinkles.
- It hydrates your skin and locks in the moisture content. This prevents drying out and also gives a healthy glow.When you use argan oil for massage, it loosens up your muscles, relieves soreness, and gets rid of muscle aches
and joint pains.
Peanut oil is an easily available oil for massage therapy. It provides a host of health benefits, however, the only downside is that some people are known to be allergic towards it. This is why it’s crucial to do an allergen test before using the oil for massage therapy. In addition, it helps to soothe muscle spasms and joint aches which is hugely beneficial.
- It hydrates your skin
- Its wide variety of nutrients and minerals, including Vitamin E content, help to nourish the skin, energize and boost metabolism, and relieve joint pain.
- Peanut oil is popularly used in aromatherapy for its pleasant aroma which is nutty and a bit on the mild side.
Sesame oil has been hailed as one of the best Ayurvedic massage oil for men and women alike according to ancient scriptures. It has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties plus it nourishes your skin with high linolenic acid content. You can even use it on your scalp to nourish your locks.
- It is extensively used to relieve joint pains.
Sun damage from UV ray exposure leads to the formation of tan lines, fine lines, wrinkles, and sunspots. When you massage your body with sesame oil, you lower your chances of these things happening to your skin since
- It protects your body against sun damage and its other harmful effects.
The oil is gently warmed up and combined with various herbs and essential oils. The resulting blend nourishes the skin