Non-Staining Massage Oil

Lotioncrafter IPM added to this massage oil blend lets the oils sink into the skin, leaving no greasy feeling. Oil drag and buildup on the massage therapist's hands is all but eliminated. Less oil is needed for the massage, but "play time" (the amount of time the therapist has to massage a given area before more oil is needed) is improved. Lotioncrafter CCT (Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride) is used because of its oxidative stability and its improved rinsability from massage linens.

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Phase A




Lotioncrafter CCT (Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride)




Abyssinian Oil




Lotioncrafter IPM

Combine above ingredients to make your Massage Oil Base. Base can then be fragranced with essential oils as desired.

Makes 500 grams (16.7 oz)


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