Homemade massage oil



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Adam Schwartz

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I want to give my fiancee a nice massage tonight. What can I use to make a good massage oil? The
ingredients I have that I suspect may be useful are: Vegetable oil Olive oil Coconut milk cow's milk
Vanilla extract and most common food items

Thanks, Adam
 
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Joe

Guest
id suggest going to a bath and body and pick up something, cooking oils or
olive oils are just going to be to oily.
"Adam Schwartz" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> I want to give my fiancee a nice massage tonight. What can I use to make a good massage oil?
> The ingredients I have that I suspect may be useful are: Vegetable oil Olive oil Coconut milk
> cow's milk Vanilla extract and most common food items
>
> Thanks, Adam
 
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Cwizard

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"Joe" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> id suggest going to a bath and body and pick up something, cooking oils or olive oils are just
> going to be to oily.

> "Adam Schwartz" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> news:[email protected]_s04...
> > I want to give my fiancee a nice massage tonight. What can I use to make a good massage oil?
> > The ingredients I have that I suspect may be useful are: Vegetable oil Olive oil Coconut
> > milk cow's milk Vanilla extract and most common food items

Don't use any of that stuff... go to HEB or Whole Foods or anything like that and pick up some sort
of actual massage oil.
 
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Joe

Guest
i use jojoba oil mixed with lavender and a hint of sandlewood. the jojoba
oil is good for the skin and wont clog pours. it does tend to cost a little
more than some of our other massage oils
"cwizard" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> "Joe" <[email protected]arter.net> wrote in message news:[email protected]...
>
> > id suggest going to a bath and body and pick up something, cooking oils
or
> > olive oils are just going to be to oily.
>
> > "Adam Schwartz" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> > news:[email protected]_s04...
> > > I want to give my fiancee a nice massage tonight. What can I use
to
> > > make a good massage oil? The ingredients I have that I suspect may be useful are: Vegetable
> > > oil Olive oil Coconut milk cow's milk Vanilla extract and most common food items
>
> Don't use any of that stuff... go to HEB or Whole Foods or anything like that and pick up some
> sort of actual massage oil.
 
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Suzee

Guest
Adam Schwartz wrote:
>
> I want to give my fiancee a nice massage tonight. What can I use to make a good massage oil?
> The ingredients I have that I suspect may be useful are: Vegetable oil Olive oil Coconut milk
> cow's milk Vanilla extract and most common food items

Certainly not cow's milk or coconut milk. Nor vanilla extract, though the olive oil isn't bad if you
put a few drops of essential oil in it. The suggestions from other posters are good, along with
almond oil, available at a health food store, or health food section of a large grocery chain.

sue
 
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Michael Baugh

Guest
A lot of people are allergic to lavendar.

Joe <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]...
> i use jojoba oil mixed with lavender and a hint of sandlewood. the jojoba oil is good for the skin
> and wont clog pours. it does tend to cost a
little
> more than some of our other massage oils "cwizard" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> news:[email protected]...
> > "Joe" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]...
> >
> > > id suggest going to a bath and body and pick up something, cooking
oils
> or
> > > olive oils are just going to be to oily.
> >
> > > "Adam Schwartz" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> > > news:[email protected]_s04...
> > > > I want to give my fiancee a nice massage tonight. What can I
use
> to
> > > > make a good massage oil? The ingredients I have that I suspect may
be
> > > > useful are: Vegetable oil Olive oil Coconut milk cow's milk Vanilla extract and most common
> > > > food items
> >
> > Don't use any of that stuff... go to HEB or Whole Foods or anything like that and pick up some
> > sort of actual massage oil.
> >
>