Who doesn’t benefit from massages? The simple techniques of skin rolling and long kneading strokes on energy lines and pressure points helps to unknot deep-seated muscle tension aiding your body to be relaxed and free from pains, aches and tension and improved blood circulation.

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Regular oil massages leave your skin stimulated and oxygenated to appear supple and radiant. Blockages are cleared away whilst bringing the body and mind back into balance revitalizing the body’s natural internal defenses.

Try our selection of pre-blended Asian inspired spa massage oils and traditional medicinal blend comprising of cinnamon, clove, camphor, cajuput. Basically, the oil combinations generate heat and help to rebalance the muscle tone, improving flexibility. These oils doesn’t leave a sticky and oily residue on your clothes, sheets or towels when they come in contact with these oils as they are formulated to contain a surfactant which allows the ‘oil’ to be washed away  unlike ordinary massage oils that require lots of detergent and water to remove it. To achieve this effect, we have added Polysorbate 80, a dispensing agent and an excellent non-ionic emulsifier enabling water and oil to mix. It is also a solubliser and stabilizer of essential oils.

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  • You may want to avoid using massage oils with essential oils if you have open sores, wounds or cuts on your skin. They can cause irritation.
  • People from every age group can benefit from massage oils, but you may want to avoid it if you are prone to allergies or have respiratory sensitivities. Do a skin patch test if you are using it for the first time. The soles of the feet are the safest and one of the most effective places to use and test oils, especially for babies, children and those with respiratory sensitivity. On the inside of the arm, above the elbow, is another testing place.
  • Consult with your physician if you are pregnant and want to use bath oils.