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A massage a day keeps the doctor away, and now you can do-it-yourself with our MASSAGE OIL. Designed for use on the body and face, this massage oil is unique in that it's not only moisturizing and soothing, it's also highly nutritive and anti-microbial. We use a beautiful blend of organic skin-loving oils: Jojoba, Sunflower, and Olive all of which have been proven to have superior benefits on skin such as limiting UV damage and acting as an anti-inflammatory agent. So go ahead, rub it in!
Organic Jojoba Oil is native to the Southwest, and is remarkably similar to the natural oils the skin produces. It's especially good for challenged skin as it rarely causes allergic reactions, has high Vitamin E content, is anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, and non-comedogenic (won't cause break-outs). Organic Sunflower Oil is high in tocopherols, linoleic acid, and carotenoids. Organic Olive Oil has potent polyphenols (key molecular antioxidants). One research study recently found that applying olive oil to the skin directly after being in the sun helped limit UV damage to the cells. Together these three oils encourage the behaviors intrinsic to healthy skin since they are all nutritious, antioxidizing, moisturizing and calming.
All of the above benefits contribute to repairing the skin, especially when introduced in the form of massage!
Regular use of MASSAGE OIL will improve skin health and vibrancy, with optimal cell protection and nutrition, while reducing skin discomfort and sensitivities.
Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil*, Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil*, Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil*
The harmful effects of outdoor and indoor environments (air pollution, UVA/UVB, chemicals, etc.) are extensive. People that live in areas where there is more or less exposure to sun can affect their Circadian Rhythm of cell renewal. Effects on the skin include dryness, premature aging, skin rashes, eczema, poor/slow healing, and acne.
Those dealing with health challenges frequently have very sensitive skin, from both the condition itself and the medications to treat it. Whether Viral (ex: Shingles or Roseola); Gastric(ex: Celiac or Crohn’s); Motor Neuron(ex: Lou Gehrig’s or Parkinson’s); Metabolic(ex:Thyroid or Diabetes); Cancer; Auto-immune(ex: Lupus, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Scleroderma)--- all of these can cause the skin to experience one or more of the following conditions: dry, itchy, inflamed, irritated, neuropathy, hyper-pigmented, photosensitive, rashes, blisters and sores.
A skin condition that results from a sensitivity due to a likely a combination of factors, one being the over-application of topicals containing irritants, usually on a daily basis. Regular exfoliation using acids or manual means can disrupt or thin the skin barrier and allow for deeper penetration of these irritants, accelerating this process even more.
During massages in the past, I could only use lotion because my skin is overly sensitive to oil. After using the Tecniche Unscented Massage Oil, I am blown away. My skin feels properly hydrated, but not too oily. It doesn't flare up with irritation anymore either. Thank you!
Thank you, N.K.! Glad the massage oil is rubbing you the right way. (Sorry, we couldn’t resist.)