Massage oil allows your hands to glide over skin without friction. There are plenty of oils and lotions but not all helps for body massage. Some are skin feel greasy and others go rancid quickly and take on an unpleasant smell.
Let’s see differences between the oils which can help you choose the best oil for body massage. We have five oils that are often used by massage therapists.
Fractionated Coconut Oil:
Normal coconut oil is heavy, solid oil but fractionated coconut oil is a light and non-greasy liquid oil and a good massage oil.
Fractionated coconut oil is usually less expensive than other oils. It washes out of sheets and tends not to stain sheets as many massage oils do.
We should not use this oil on people with coconut allergies.
This is actually a wax extracted from the seed of the jojoba plant. It doesn’t feel greasy and tends not to stain sheets as easily as true oils. Jojoba is good for people who are suffering with back acne because it is thought to have antibacterial properties. It doesn’t have any odor.
Jojoba oil absorbs quickly. So that combine it with other oils.