Massage Oil

Massage oil is used for a variety of different reasons, including relaxation, pain management, and improved mood. These are also some of the basic benefits of massage therapy. Adding essential oils is thought to enhance such benefits and using oil helps prevent chafing and pulling out of hair so it makes the massage more comfortable and smooth.

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Massage Oil Ireland

We have a large range of massage oils that are very popular with therapists and massage clinics.


Which oil is best for body massage?

All of our oils are professional grade and some of the best on the market.


Are massage oils safe?

All our massage oils are made from natural ingredients and are perfectly safe for use on skin unless you have any allergies specific to the ingredients.


Do massage therapists use oil?

Yes, the most common include: coconut oil, almond oil, avocado oil, grapeseed oil, argon oil, sesame oil, jojoba oil, apricot kernel oil, macadamia oil, safflower oil, sunflower oil and olive oil. These oils are some of the more popular massage oils used for therapy massage. All of our professional grade massage oils would use one or more of these ingredients.


What is the difference between body oil and massage oil?

A massage oil feels smooth, glides over the skin easily, and allows the masseuse to reach superficial and deep layers. A body oil is a lightweight oil that is quickly absorbed into the skin. The main goal of body oil is to hydrate, nourish, and protect your skin.


What is warming massage oil used for?

Some people enjoy a warming massage oil as it can help the oil penetrate the skin and further relax muscles and tissue. To do so, either safely heat the oil or use a natural warming formula like the Chemotherm warming massage oil.

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