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  • Feb 10 2014

    How to Make Anti-Cellulite Massage Oil

    Because I was a Spa Consultant, living in Thailand for 9 years, I learned and created many recipes for amazing essential and massage oil blends!  I’d like to share with  mommymorsels readers, this valuable concoction for ‘anti-cellulite massage oil’.  This is a twist on a blend used with a five-star spa in Phuket, Thailand which I now make for use on my self and with clients for massage therapy. Hope you like this!

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    ANTI-CELLULITE MASSAGE OIL

    Below are ingredients and instructions to make your own anti-cellulite oils using a base of coconut oil or you may replace with either almond or jojoba base oil.

    Anti-cellulite massage oil is a highly effective natural homemade remedy for areas of the skin that commonly form cellulite, such as the back of the thighs, under the arms and on the calves. Homemade anti-cellulite massage oil costs much less than commercially available anti-cellulite body creams, which often contain potentially harmful chemicals that stabilize the products during shipping and shelving. This recipe makes enough massage cream for about 20 applications, although it can be easily doubled.

    You will need:

    • ¼ cup coconut oil
    • 6 drops cypress essential oil
    • 6 drops geranium essential oil
    • 2 drops grapefruit essential oil
    • 2 drops lemon essential oil
    • 3 drops juniper berry essential oil
    • 3 drops rosemary essential oil
    • 3 drops lavender essential oil

    Directions:

    • Pour 1/4 cup of coconut oil into a sterilized glass mason jar. Add 6 drops each of cypress and geranium essential oils into the jar. Replace the top and shake well. Let the mixture rest for about one hour.
    • Add 2 drops each of grapefruit and lemon oils, and 3 drops each of juniper berry, rosemary and lavender essential oils to the mixture. Shake vigorously.
    • Store the mixture in a cool, dry place, like a kitchen cabinet or closet, for 48 hours. Shake gently before each use, as the essential oils have a tendency to sink to the bottom of the jar and separate.

    Tip:

    Apply with clean hands the anti-cellulite massage oil to problem areas of the skin. Allow the skin to absorb any excess moisture that remains after several minutes of rubbing the area.

    Important! Avoid storing any type of skin or body care products in aluminum containers, as there is concern about heavy metals entering the body through the skin.


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