Boost your massage experience with this simple and soothing oil blend.
I always bring my own massage oil with me when I book a massage at a spa. I find many spas still use massage oils with strong perfumes, cheap carrier oils, or I just don’t like the smell of their options. If you haven’t done this before, I highly recommend it, as it will give a serious boost to your massage experience! This simple massage oil recipe would be a great option to start with. It combines frankincense, lavender, German chamomile and orange. It not only smells amazing, but works to reduce stress and usher in peace and calm. Be warned… once you try it, you may find yourself trying to fit in a massage every day, and the spa will be asking you for your recipe.
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 oz jojoba oil
4 drops frankincense essential oilView Details
Frankincense has a beautiful balsamic, woody, and spicy fragrance which supports clear, deep breathing. It’s a great oil to use during meditation to help balance the mind and is also known to balance and regenerate all skin types. Frankincense’s benefits are worth their weight in gold – if you own only one bottle of essential oil, make it frankincense. Three Wise Men, we see you.
4 drops lavender essential oilView Details
4 drops German chamomile essential oilView Details
Like a drop of liquid relaxation, German chamomile is very soothing and calms feelings of anger, frustration, or stress. It has a strong, sweet, herbal, and slightly fruity aroma. Its anti-inflammatory and cooling actions are highly effective for relieving pain and heat.
2 drops orange essential oilView Details
Picture a sprawling orange grove and floppy hats, sun-kissed toes and the expanse of infinite possibilities. That’s sweet orange oil. It has a gorgeous, refreshing, sweet, citrusy scent. It brings peace and happiness to the mind and is ideal for helping with stress and anxiety. It can also soothe many kinds of discomfort in the belly.
Step 1 Add the essential oils and jojoba oil to your glass pump bottle. This recipe will make 1oz of massage oil, and our pump bottles can hold 4oz. So feel free to double, triple, or quadruple this recipe.
Step 2 Shake well, and go find someone to give you a massage.
Step 3 If you try out this recipe, please review it below. I would love to hear how you liked it.