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Fractionated Coconut Oil 

Not to be confused with coconut oil that you may use in the for cooking, fractionated coconut oil is It’s odourless, and stays in liquid form even in the fridge. Coconut makes a wonderful massage oil which is rich on the skin.
Coconut is a wonderful oil to use as a bath oil with natural dispersant properties allowing you to combine essential oils and create luxurious bath oils without chemicals. Coconut oil contains vitamins A, B and E as well as phosphorus, calcium, iron, manganese and magnesium.

Grapeseed Oil 

Perfect for those with nut allergies who can’t use almond oil, grapeseed oil is a great alternative. Grapeseed is especially useful for skin types that do not absorb oils too well, and it does not leave a greasy feeling. Grapeseed has natural non-allergenic properties.  Grapeseed oil Vitamin A, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B3, Vitamin B5, B6, Vitamin E, Rich in linoleic acid and minerals

Rosehip Seed Oil

The best oil to use for pregnancy massage . Rosehip seed oil also contains a high amount of essential fatty acids and Vitamin E. Vitamin E promotes healthy skin and provides anti-oxidant effects. Research carried out in Chile over the last 30 years has suggested Rosehip to be effective in the treatment of scars and while it’s suitable for all skin types it’s especially recommended for mature, damaged and dry skin

Almond Oil

Sweet Almond oil has many uses thanks to its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. You’ll often find it in cosmetic and hair products like soaps, conditioners and lip balms, and yep, it’s a great massage oil, too.
Although almond oil is slightly greasier than others on this list, it’s extremely mild and gentle. It has deeply soothing and calming properties so it’s great for those with dry, irritated skin.

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