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Basic Massage Oil Recipe
Blend ingredients well.
Warm up oil before doing any massage including your fingertips
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.
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