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Massage Gel

 "seals" in the essential benefits and works long after massage. No need for clients to shower after a massage. All natural ingredients, non-greasy, non-staining.

 

Massage Oils

Custom blend your massage oil to your clients specific needs

It's easy, it's cost effective and it's right at your fingertips!

For an added touch, enhance your massage studio
 with fragrance oils

Basic Massage Oil Recipe

Blend ingredients well.

Warm up oil before doing any massage including your fingertips

Conversions for mixing massage oils

Safety Precautions
Essential oils are highly concentrated extracts so keep away from the eyes ( If oil comes in contact with the eyes, rinse it out with a few drops of pure Sweet Almond Oil, not water. Seek medical attention.) and never take them internally. They should not be applied directly to the skin but mixed with a carrier oil such as almond oil to dilute them as the oils are in concentrated form. Never increase the dose of essential oil. Some oils are toxic in large amounts.

* NOTE: Do not go out in the sun for at least 6 hours after using any of these oils in your recipes: Ginger, lemon, orange and Bergamot, they can cause skin irritations if exposed to sun.

* Do not use on Pregnant women or children under the age of two.

Essential oils should not be used without mixing with a carrier oil such as jojoba, grapeseed, or sweet almond oil.  Oils are very potent at full strength and may burn or cause irritation. The use of oils over a long period of time (more than 12 weeks) may make the oil ineffective as the body builds up a resistance to that oil.

Other Important Information

Keep large quantities of oils refrigerated or in a cool place (below 65 degrees) when not in use to delay spoilage. Vitamin E added each month to the oil will help prevent spoilage.  Use about 300 IU of vitamin E per pint of oil. A rancid oil will have an unusual smell to it and taste bitter.

Essential oils should be stored in a cool, dark place to ensure their effectiveness and reduce spoilage.  An amber glass bottle is best.  Plastic bottles will deteriorate with time. A glass bottle with a dropper in it will also deteriorate, so it is best to store the dropper separately.  If properly stored, oils may last for approximately one year.

Coming Soon!
Massage Gel
A massage gel that "seals" in the essential benefits and works long after massage. No need for clients to shower after a massage. All natural ingredients, non-greasy, non-staining.

Body Masques from France.