Homemade Oil Massage Recipe
Last week I met an award-winning massage therapist and learned from him some of the best homemade massage oil blends that offer a vast range of premeditated effects. It was truly an exciting and satisfying experience to mix-up some of the best DIY massage oil recipes to pick-up. Here I share with you some of the precautions you should know, the secret key steps involved in making custom massage oils to try some popular carrier oils, and selected skin nourishing recipe ideas. Prepare any of these amazing massage oils at home, massage your body yourself or do it and ask your husband to enjoy healthy, beautiful skin!
DIY Oil Massage Basic Tips
(I) Oils, on a small patch of skin you want to use, test to make sure there are no allergies or reactions before you proceed with your recipe.
(Ii) In general, it is not considered safe to use essential oils internally at all during pregnancy. Therefore, consult your doctor before using any essential oil on children in pregnancy.
(Iii) Everyone has unique likes and dislikes when it comes to the aroma of essential oils. For this reason, I implore you to use your nose carefully. Before mixing any two or more different oils together, test the aroma of each oil on a cotton swab so as to have an good idea of, what the finished oil is going to smell like massage. Do it
(Iv) mix essential oils, take it slow. Do not just put all the ingredients together and take it as done. Instead, mix them little by little, slowly. Keep mixing sense as it develops until you find the ideal combination of your choice. Just keep in mind or note how many drops of each oil you have added and in this order, you have them so that you can redo the recipe in future whenever needed.
(V) Gentle essential oils while mixing. Easily microbial structures like strong blending motions, vigorous shaking or whipping that essential oils can provide harm to their amazing therapeutic properties.
(Vi) Massage of mixed oils to too much light or heat does not cause them to expose or oxidize and soon become damaged because it can change the chemical composition of the oil many times.
(Vii) Take care to leave a small space in the top of the storage bottle.
(Eight) While handling try to use essential oils, ceramic or glass appliances. Away from plastic and metals is strictly a large number
How to make your skin nourishing oil massage at home?
The method of making each with homemade oil massage is the same. Add the first bottle to the chosen essential oils, and then top with the carrier oil of your choice - leaving a small space. Screw tightly on the cap and shake gently until well blended.
What a label is for massaging mixed oils, note the use of the material, the date it was made and the suffix when bottled. Most blends made in this way can be used for at least 3 - 6 months if stored in a cool dark place.
You need to start a "carrier oil". There are many great options for having a base or carrier oil having different properties. You can usually find these oils at a grocery or drug store. Here are the eight best-known options along with their respective benefits plus their brief description:
(I) Sweet Almond Oil: A great choice for many skin types. It is very rich in moisturizing essential fatty acids, almost odorless in the color of vitamins A and E, light, disperses well on the skin and is rich in B-vitamins. It adds rich nutty aroma to blend. People with nut allergies may not be able to tolerate this oil.
(Ii) grapeseed oil: a rich source of vitamin E, has a slight odor and dries quickly compared to many other plant oils because of the high concentration of linolenic acid. Grapeseed oil is a good choice for those who cannot use almond oil and is easy to customize. This essential oil is particularly popular with professional massage therapists.
(Iii) Jojoba Oil: The chemical composition of this oil is similar to the sebum that is naturally present in human skin, is highly nutritious, absorbs quickly and leaves very little residue behind. It oxidizes slowly, so it has very much longer shelf life than many other plant oils. The only downside is that it is more expensive than other oils.
(Iv) Cold Pressed Coconut Oil: Pass this oil on a sweet tropical note massaging the oil. It is the richest natural source of lauric acid, and is well known for being one of the best natural oils for nourishing/promoting healthy hair and skin.
(Vi) Apricot kernel oil:
A chemical similar to sweet almond oil. But with a pleasant light consistency and aroma making it particularly suitable for facial massages and treatments.
(Vii) wheat germ oil: Vitamin E, is an antioxidant, as well as is known for its high content of fatty acids and is well
Particularly useful for dry or mature skin.
(Eight) Hazelnut Oil: It penetrates deep into the skin and has great moisturizing ability.
Step # 2: Choose Essential Oils
Now you need to choose essential oils to combine with your carrier oil or that you have. Essential oils are extremely concentrated, and are used from up to 2-3 drops for a batch of oil massage. If they lose their properties under high temperatures or due to too much light exposure, they should be stored in colored glass bottles, as in a dark, cool, dry place. Here are some of the best essential oils that you can use to massage the oil of your choice:
(I) rosewood oil
(Ii) Geranium Oil
(Iii) Sandalwood oil
(Iv) cinnamon oil
(V) Mint oil
(Vi) Black Pepper Oil
(Seven) rose oil
(Eight) jasmine oil
(Nine) ylang ylang oil