Smooth on your skin and let the fragrance calm and relax you while the oils soften your skin. Add a teaspoon to a warm, full bath for an aromatic, moisturizing bath. Step carefully afterward, your tub may become slippery. If bought unscented or scented with essential oils, this is an all natural massage oil.
Can also be used as a beard oil to keep it soft and conditioned. But please get it unscented or request it lightly scented (in the order notes), since it's right below your nose and can be overwhelming (a suggestion from a happy bearded customer).
It's also a great cuticle oil to soften cuticles and nourish your nail bed on your fingers and toes.
Here's a great money saver! If you want to make your own scrubs, just get these massage oils and add to your own exfoliant. It can be sugar, salt or a combination of both. Add some coffee or oatmeal grounds. There are so many sugars out there, brown, fine white, turbinado, demerara, etc. Use table salt, epsom salt, etc. Start with the dry ingredients and add the oils slowly, constantly stirring, until you are happy with the scrub. Common ratios are 3 oz. dry to 1 oz. massage oil. Keep a recipe list of your favorites.
To see body scrub recipes, visit our
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- No Phthalates
- No Parabens
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