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Joint Ease Massage Oil

Joint Ease Massage Oil

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After Shower and Massage Oil

This blend contains:

Rosemary essential oil Promotes hair growth – using rosemary oil for supporting hair growth is something that’s been widely researched. Studies have found that it can treat androgenetic alopecia, while also easing scalp itchiness.

  1. Supports concentration – rosemary oil is thought to help improve thinking, concentration and memory levels due to the fact that it helps prevent the breakdown of the brain chemical, acetylcholine.

  2. Supports healthy circulation – it’s thought that rosemary oil when massaged can create a warm feeling that can help to support healthy circulation.

  3. Improves mood – when 35 healthy people applied diluted rosemary oil on their skin during a research study, they felt more alert, energetic and cheerful 20 minutes afterwards

Ginger essential oil has been used to help ease the following conditions: Nausea, colds, migraines, and stomach upsets

Geranium essential oil is known to have antioxidant, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and astringent properties.

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After Shower and Massage Oil


Aromatherapy is a complementary therapy. It does not provide a cure for diseases, rashes or illnesses, but it can support conventional treatment of various conditions. Essential oils enter our bodies either through absorption through the skin, or inhalation via the nose. They are able to affect the body through several systems and pathways and create an effect much more quickly than taking a pill, which must travel to the stomach and begin to be digested before any effect can be seen. The skin is the body’s largest organ and anything we apply to our skin is absorbed into our bloodstream. When essential oils are applied to the skin they are absorbed and travel around the body via the bloodstream. In this way they are able to deliver a range of benefits to the body’s systems and organs. Absorption is increased by massage, as this increases the circulation in that area of the body. Heat can have a similar effect, allowing better absorption of the molecules in the oil. When we inhale essential oils through the nose, the airborne molecules of the oil interact with the olfactory organs and can interact with the brain almost immediately. Molecules inhaled through the nose or mouth can also interact with the respiratory system via the lungs. One way essential oils can be very effective is through interaction with the emotional brain or limbic system. The limbic system is directly connected to the parts of the brain that control heart rate, blood pressure, memory, breathing, hormone balance and stress levels - which is why a smell can trigger such a powerful emotional response in us. It’s also why inhaling certain essential oils can make us feel calmer or more alert almost instantly - and why we often associate certain smells with particular memories in a way that doesn’t occur with our other senses. In many cases essential oils will enter the body both via absorption through the skin and via inhalation; this can have a compounded positive effect (Scentred, 2020). SO WITH ALL THIS…….RELAX, ENJOY, CHILL & LET THE OIL’S DO THE WORK….


Directions for use

Drop some into the bath and let the moisturising process begin as you soak, the oil will be floating on the water, gently massage into skin whilst you relax. (PLEASE BE CAREFUL OF A SLIPPY BATH).

Post shower oil

Apply all over post shower before towelling off & while your skin is still damp, drop oil into hands and massage over your entire body. A little goes a long way and works wonders to replenish your skin.

Use as a massage oil

Apply a drop to your hands to heat oil up. This will make your skin soft, loosen up the muscles, and relieve stress


Vitis Vinifera Seed Oil, Lavandula Angustifolia Oil, Thymus Mastichina Oil, *Linalool, *Limonene. *Occur naturally in Essential Oils