Essential Rubbing Oil

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Massage rubbing oils generally use essential oils as for scenting the carrier oil and for providing various benefits, such as lifting the spirits or calming. For the most part, essential oils are too concentrated for direct application to the skin and should always be diluted first. This article focuses on jojoba oil as the carrier oil, an oil traditionally used for its neutral and softening properties.


* 15 - 20 drops essential oil of choice
* 1 cup jojoba oil

Combine the essential oils and jojoba oil in a small ceramic or glass bowl.
Mix well.
Pour the mixture into the dark glass container.
Store in a dark, dry place. Use for massages as needed. The product should be used within 6 months of making it.

If you cannot use jojoba oil, it is fine to substitute with a quality vegetable, fruit or nut oil. If you have nut allergies, avoid substituting with a nut oil.As with the use of any essential oils, be aware of the contra-indications and be especially careful using essential oils with persons who are pregnant, very young, invalid or elderly. Ask at your supplier if in doubt.

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