Massage oil is one of the many tools that professional masseuses need in their arsenal. Not only do oils help them perform their job better, they make the patient’s experience more pleasant as well. The right oil lubricates skin enough to allow for the proper amount of friction and pressure. Oils can also be skin-nourishing and hydrating.

With so many options available, it can be challenging to determine which you’ll need. Read through our handy guide below our products to help you make the most informed decisions for your patients.


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Consider the Application

You may wish to have several oils for different styles of massage. Don’t be afraid to experiment with oils to find which work best for each application.

Athletes, for example, have particular massage needs due to their demanding schedules. They might enjoy muscle joint relief creams more than traditional oils. Some oils are medicated with extracts to reduce your patient’s pain and inflammation.

Are aromatherapy massages with essential oils part of your offerings as a masseuse? You might want to consider investing in several essential oil blends to add to your oils. These oils can provide a more soothing and effective massage experience.

Heavier oils, like olive, work best for Swedish or relaxation massages. This oil tends to be more slippery and won’t absorb as fast.

Lighter creams and oils, like grapeseed, are better suited for high-friction massages. A deep tissue or sports massage needs enough pressure to provide relief, but less slipping.

Consider the Patient

No two patients are the same. You may have clients with sensitivities to certain oils. In this situation, you’ll need to have a wide array of oils to offer them.

Over 850,000 Canadians consider themselves to be vegan. To be an inclusive masseuse, you’ll need at least one vegan-friendly oil solution.

If you provide your massage services to infants, you’ll need baby-specific oils. Babies have sensitive skin, so you’ll need to have the right oils to prevent irritation.

Some creams and oils feature nuts as an ingredient. If your patients are one of the 7.5% of Canadians with a severe food allergy, you need nut-free options.

You might want to consider having both an unscented and scented massage oil option, too. Many people have scent sensitivities, so you should be able to cater to them.

Ask new patients about their preferences and allergies on their intake form. You’ll be able to provide a better experience if you know where their sensitivities lie.

Buy the Right Massage Oil

There are many things to consider before you put any massage oil in your shopping cart. If you have a wide array of patients, you need to be able to cater to every one of them.

If you’re looking for where to buy massage oil, look no further than our site. We sell many different cream and oil options for the professional masseuse. If you’re looking for massage tables or spa-grade linens, we sell those too.

Get in touch with us today to get your hands on all you need to start your business.


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