Boost your circulation with this spicy and floral massage oil.
I love using this spicy and soothing massage blend on my legs and feet after a long day sitting at my desk, or after a long flight to wake up circulation.
This blend was created at a 2% dilution. I always recommend a small patch test to ensure there is no skin sensitivity.
Category : Massage
1 tbsp fractioned coconut oil
4 drops lavender essential oilView Details
3 drops ginger essential oil View Details
Need a little something something to get those juices flowing? Ginger has a warm and spicy fragrance that can be very energising. It’s commonly used to soothe, comfort, and balance digestion. Emotionally, it is known to stimulate willpower, restore motivation, and encourage energy.
1 drop cinnamon barkView Details
Give your immunity a pep talk. Warm and spicy cinnamon bark is a powerhouse for immune health, making it great for cleansing the air and supporting your body’s immune defenses. It’s also emotionally uplifting, helping you feel optimistic and centred during stressful times.
A small bowl
Step 1 Combine the essential oils and fractioned coconut oil in a small bowl or jar.
Step 2 Massage the blend into your legs and feet up to two times a day to help increase circulation.
Step 3 Be sure to perform a patch test prior to using this blend to ensure that your skin can tolerate the spicy oil combination.
Step 4 If you try out this recipe, please review it below. I would love to hear how you liked it.