Choose your massage oils
Massage oil is one of the most important part when providing a nice massage session. You’re looking to get your client into a more receptive mood, and you need to know the best massage oils to get the job done. It’s not just the strength of your hands and your massage technique that matters. Take these factors into account, and you will have the best massage oil to get the job done.
LMB remind you: Massage oils don’t have to be expensive, but you need to buy the right kind kind of oils. The best massage oils are plant-based and have a nice, light texture for easy glide.
Just because a bottle is labeled “massage oil,” that doesn’t mean it’s a type of oil designed to enhance the skin. Select a massage oil that is made from almond oil, grapeseed oil, jojoba oil or holy oil. These are non-greasy oils that spread out and absorb into the skin easily. You don’t want oil to build up on her skin and make her feel like you’re giving her an all-over lube job. The massage should relax her as much as possible by feeling pampered like royalty.
DON’T GET STUCK
Wheat germ oil is a massage oil that is somewhat sticky on the skin, and it is usually mixed together with other oils because of this. Be sure not to buy a pure wheat germ oil. Don’t use any oil not meant for massages, like mineral oil,or vegetable oil from your cupboard. They are too thick to absorb well into the skin and can become sticky.
SPREAD IT OUT
Some of the massage oils previously mentioned are great for massage oils because they spread out over large body areas easily. These include almond, grapeseed, and apricot oils. To begin and end your massages, you will want to use large sweeping motions all over her body, so this quality is important in the best massage oils to use on a date.
MASTHE SMELL OF VICTORY
The final consideration for choosing the best massage oil is the scent. Some scents are meant to energize, not relax, and so you should avoid those. Check the label and avoid any mint, peppermint, citrus, mandarin or lemon additives. Those will energize and prevent the total relaxation you’re going for. Instead, look for lavender, chamomile, juniper or jasmine as fragrance ingredients. They may be listed as essential oils, but these are highly concentrated oils that are added by the drop to the entire bottle. You can’t go wrong with lavender, chamomile or jasmine-they are said to never fail for total relaxation.
These are some of the most important factors in selecting the best massage oils. If you’re shopping at the last minute, try visiting a health food store instead of a drugstore or grocery store to find the best massage oils. Popular mall shops like Bath and Body Works can also have massage oils available with quality ingredients, but check labels no matter where you go. For best results with whatever product you choose, pour out about a half cup of oil into a shallow bowl and warm it up a bit before the massage for the most extreme relaxation. Now get to work with those hands, and good luck.