Our Massage Oils Can Do (Almost) Everything
We call them “Massage Oils” but the truth is you can use them in other ways too. Here are 5 ways you can use our massage oils, including the best oil to pick (and avoid!) for each use. 💚
Did you know that you can use our massage oils for moisturizing and pain relief? We call them “Massage Oils” but the truth is you can use them in other ways too.
Here are 5 ways you can use our massage oils, including the best oil to pick (and avoid!) for each use.
Can you use body oils even when it’s hot and humid? Yes, but only if you use the cooling and lightweight ones. After showering, apply the (cooling) oil to your body. If you have extremely dry patches on your skin, spend more time applying and massaging the oil in those areas.
Tip: Use the oil as a body highlighter. Apply it to your shoulders, arms, and legs before heading out. When the sunlight hits you, you’re gonna look like you’re lit from within!
For dry and damaged hair, apply the oil while your hair is still damp from showering. If you do this when your hair is completely dry, it would feel oily and heavy.
If doing this still doesn’t add enough moisture to your hair, the next tip below might be more useful for you.
This is a well-known technique by curlies, but even if you have straight hair, you can still do this! It’s a simple process—just follow the steps below to revive your dry and damaged hair.
- Divide your hair into manageable sections. Apply oil to each section, starting from roots to ends.
- Detangle hair with your fingers or with a wide-toothed comb.
- Let the oil soak for at least 15 minutes, then rinse with shampoo.
See how one of our customers, Mei, uses Green Tea Massage Oil for her hair and body!
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Best to use: ALL Massage Oils can be used.
It’s very common to get headaches after spending a lot of time on your desktop and phone. Catch your well-needed break and immerse yourself in the calming scent of our oils. Rub a drop of oil on your palms, and inhale the smell to relieve your headache.
Tip: To prevent digital eye strain (which causes headache), take breaks from work using the 20-20-20 rule. For every 20 minutes spent looking at your screen, look away at something 20 feet away from you for 20 seconds (Source: Healthline).
Muscle Pain Relief
And lastly, you can use our massage oils for…massages (duh!). After a long day of work, it’s best to add massages as part of your self-care routine. De-stress and release muscle tension by massaging any of our oils over your sore muscles.
Tip: You can include massages into your self-care routine! Learn more about starting your self-care routine here.
And those are 5 ways to use our massage oils! Do you use massage oils for something else? Comment below!