Pink Peppercorn & Peruvian Myrtle Massage Oil For You

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The warm aroma of the Essential Oil of Pink Pepper plays a central role in our massage oil With pink pepper and myrtle from Peru. Adding a supportive essential oils supplement to a massage mixture can help enhance the benefits and experience of massage.

Pink pepper adds a warm aroma and feeling, while Peruvian myrtle gives the mixture an invigorating aroma that can help reduce feelings of exhaustion and fatigue. We’ve added a touch of our FCF-free organic Bergamot essential Oil to brighten up the blend with its cheerful citrus floral scent.

You can easily customize our massage oil with pink pepper and myrtle from Peru by replacing essential oils or carrier oils to taste. Other aromatic ingredients we love for massage blends are: Total CO2 extract from Arnica Flowers, Cypress Essential Oil, Organic Peppermint Essential Oil and Ginger Essential Oil.

ABOUT THE INGREDIENTS

Organic Camellia oil

Also known as tea seed oil, camellia is made from the same plant that produces green tea. Camellia oil is rich in antioxidants and known for its versatility in a wide range of products. In massage formulations, camellia oil is an excellent carrier of essential oils and extracts. It has a natural refreshing effect on the skin and is light and not greasy.

Brazil nut oil

Brazil nut oil has a slightly richer texture than camellia, which gives body to our massage oil With pink pepper and Peruvian Myrtle. It is deeply moisturizing and works well in hair and body care products. Brazil nut oil provides a smooth and slippery base for massage and is an excellent carrier for essential oils and CO2 extracts.

Pink Pepper Essential oil

Although pink pepper and black pepper are botanically very different, both plants have many similar benefits and components. Perhaps the most remarkable of these properties, especially when used in massage products, is the presence of monoterpenes, including a-phellandrene, myrcene, limonene, B-phellandrene and a-pinene. Pink pepper has an abundance of monoterpenes-about 30% more than black pepper. These components are responsible for the reputation of pink pepper as a stimulating and invigorating essential oil.

Essential oil of myrtle of Peru

The bold, camphor-like aroma of the essential oil of Peruvian myrtle blends beautifully with the sweet bergamot and spicy pepper. This strong oil contains limonene, linalool and cineol, which makes it a useful ingredient for therapeutic massage mixtures. The essential oil of Peruvian myrtle is believed to support muscle health. Due to its potency, it should be used in a low ratio (a maximum of 1.9% is recommended.)

Organic Bergamot essential oil (FCF)

Our FCF Organic Bergamot Essential Oil provides the delicious aroma of bergamot without the phytotoxicity problems usually associated with bergamot oils. The offer of an essential oil without furanocoumarin allows a much wider range of applications for bergamot. The sweet, lemon and floral aroma of the essential oil of bergamot goes well with spices, woods and herbs. In aromatherapy, bergamot is often considered uplifting, balancing and rejuvenating.

MASSAGE OIL WITH PEPPER, ROSE AND MYRTLE PERU

Yields about 4 ounces (120 ml)

Ingredient

60 ml organic camellia oil
60 ml Brazil nut oil
1.25 ml Essential oil of Pink Pepper
1.25 ml Essential oil of Myrtle of Peru
0.65 ml Organic Bergamot essential oil (FCF)

Direction

Mix camellia and Brazil nut oils in a mixing container and mix well.
Add the essential oils and mix until completely dispersed.
Transfer in bottles.

Use and packaging

We have packed our massage oils with Pink Pepper and Peruvian Myrtle in flint glass bottles. Glass or stainless steel bottles are ideal for massage mixtures with essential oils. If you wish, you can also use a sturdy plastic bottle such as our COSMO PET cartridges or Boston.

To use it, pour a small amount of oil into your hands and gently warm between your palms. Massage the oil on the skin until it is absorbed. Repeat as needed. Due to the presence of spice oils, we do not recommend using this massage oil on sensitive areas such as the face or bikini.

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