• Courtney Hutson

Massage Creams

Since I started massaging I have always used some type of massage oil (almond, jojoba, coconut, etc). You know, once you learn one way, it is hard to change up what you do! Over the past 2 years of massaging I have noticed my sheets getting stains from the oils and not coming off, so the sheets then looking dirty! No thank you! Who wants to lay on sheets that look dirty! I surly don't!

As of October 8, 2019 I have started using massage creams, I have made them homemade in the heart of my kitchen! Can you imagine that view, science in the kitchen at home!! This definitely was a trial and error project, getting it just right for you!

Below is the different smells of creams I have made to begin with! There is a different smell for each problem you may have possible!

What Is In The Massage Creams?

Every bottle has a base of Biotone Dual-Purpose Cream, Jojoba Oil, Shea Butter, Cocoa Butter and Distilled Water!

1. Biotone Dual-Purpose Cream is one of the top choices by those who work in the massage field! This cream alone goes on smoothly without any hint of a greasy feeling, and it provides the perfect glide that makes the massage easy for the therapist and enjoyable for the client.

2. Jojoba Oil is produced from the seed of the Jojoba plant, a shrubby tree that is native to southern Arizona and California. This oil is known for amazing hydration of the skin, which means this oil is very light and easily absorbed into the skin, while giving the skin a nice glow. Jojoba is full of nutrients like Vitamin E and B, as well as antioxidants and minerals like chromium, copper, and zinc, which all nourish and protect skin. Organic, cold-pressed, jojoba oil has the highest level of antioxidants and nutrients.

3. Shea Butter is exceptionally large healing fraction. Shea butter nourishes the skin with Vitamins A, E and F. Vitamins A and E maintain the skin and keep it clear and healthy. They are particularly helpful for sun damaged skin and to help prevent premature wrinkles and facial lines. The Vitamin A in shea butter is important for improving skin conditions, including blemishes, wrinkles, eczema, and dermatitis. Vitamin F acts as a protector and rejuvenator soothing rough dry or chapped skin and helps soften dry or damaged hair. Additionally, premium shea butter has properties that treat skin allergies, insect bites, sunburn and frostbite. Shea butter’s unparalleled hydrating property is due to natural moisturizers that are chemically similar to those produced by the body’s own sebaceous glands.

4. Cocoa Butter is a type of fat that comes from cocoa beans. To harness cocoa butter, the beans are taken out of the larger cacao plant. Then they’re roasted, stripped, and pressed to separate out the fat—the cocoa butter. The remnants are then processed into cocoa powder. Wow, who would of thought that!! Not me! Cocoa butter is high in fatty acids, which is why it’s often touted for its ability to hydrate and nourish the skin and improve elasticity. The fat in cocoa butter forms a protective barrier over skin to hold in moisture. Cocoa butter is also rich in natural plant compounds called phytochemicals. These substances may improve blood flow to the skin and slow skin aging by protecting against damage from the sun’s harmful UV rays.

Massage Cream Scents

For a start we have 5 different scents! We have Don't Worry Be Happy, Fatigue Relief, Grounding, Positive Energy, and Sweet Dreams. Each one has different essential oils that correspond to the scent! Which do you want/need to try out!?


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