The Massage Oils That You Must Try

Nina Dali Thursday, January 20, 2022

The oil used when massaging is not only to ensure that hands can glide smoother when on the skin, but actually can also provide many additional benefits which you may not expect!

The first oil which has unexpected benefits is ‘Fractioned Coconut Oil’. This is not the traditional coconut oil that you may find in many of your foods. This form of coconut oil has no scent, smell and will stay in liquid form in any temperature.

The oil can be absorbed by the skin very easily and studies have shown that it can serve as an anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antioxidant for our bodies.

Secondly, CBD Oil has definitely rose to fame over the recent years. Some of you may still be asking why is it so popular?

CBD oil is also an anti-inflammatory oil; however, this oil is particularly known for its ability to reduce pain. The oil can release tension and help with recovery in muscles, with many now relying on the CBD in the oil to ease pains and aches around the body.

One to not forget is Jojoba Oil. Many love this oil as it is less greasy, something which can be annoying for people either when performing or receiving massages. Additionally, the lack of greasiness will be very beneficial for individuals who suffer from sensitive or acne-prone skin. Jojoba oil doesn’t block any pores in your body and provides every benefit that a traditional massaging oil would, but without the greasiness.

Almond Oil is also a brilliant massage oil to use, exhibiting anti-inflammatory and antioxidant qualities. This oil is found in many everyday products that we use, from conditioners to lip balms, and can help individuals feel more relaxed and stress-free.

Even though Almond oil is greasier than many other oils, it is great for people who suffer from dry or irritated skin as it soothes and hydrates the skin greatly.

However, please be cautious when using this oil as of course it contains nuts, and is not suitable for anyone who has a nut allergy.

As an alternative to Almond Oil, specifically for those with a nut allergy, Grapeseed Oil is a brilliant choice.

Grapeseed Oil is created from the remaining seeds after the wine-making process, where the oil is extracted to create Grapeseed Oil.

This oil depicts a silky and soft texture, leaving the skin with a glowing, healthy, and moisturised look. It is infused with many vitamins, fatty acids and compounds derived from plants.

Grapeseed Oil is a very popular choice for babies as it provides essential vitamins for one’s overall wellbeing and is incredibly moisturising too.

So, which oil will you try next time? If you are looking for a great massage service in London, feel free to find one from the London massage directory I Love Massage London.

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