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Massage Oil

By :Christina Wolkenfeld 0 comments
Massage Oil
Here a little DIY on how to create your own body massage oil. The holidays are over and here we are moving into the new year. Most people need a little rest and recover after such a busy season and here a great way to get it. Create your own massage oil at home with the aromas you love. This can also be used as a body oil as well to help moisten and fragrance your skin. 4oz Massage Oil Base (Olive, Coconut, Sweet Almond, or any that you prefer)

15-20 Drops Fragrance Oil

Container with a lid

Mix Fragrance oil and Carrier oil together well and pour mixture into a container for use.

*Some favorite massage oil aromas are:


The tall, water-loving eucalyptus tree is one of the most useful trees in the world. Native to Australia, it is regarded as a cure-all by indigenous Aborigines and is also used in malaria-infested areas to purify the soil and air. This Eucalyptus oil fragrance is a refreshing twist of eucalyptus and spearmint with lime-like minty top notes and base notes of patchouli and light musk.


The ever-popular Lavender plant is indigenous to the Mediterranean area and offers a heavenly fragrance. The use of Lavender goes back thousands of years, with the first recorded uses by the Egyptians during the mummification process. Both the Greeks and the Romans had many uses for it, the most popular being for bathing, cooking, as an ingredient in perfume, healing wounds, and as an insect repellant. This Lavender oil fragrance is true to the classic lavender aroma, cherished by so many.


A fresh aquatic oil fragrance that is as light and cool as a morning sea breeze. Be reminded of the irresistible scent of the ocean waves with a splash of orange bergamot and woody base notes for true marine freshness. It has green top notes with fresh floral, citrus, muguet, and jasmine and heart notes of hyacinth, rose, carnation, and narcissus.

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