Sweet Almond Oil; Sweet almond oil is a popular fixed oil used in aromatherapy, providing essential fatty acids and vitamin E. Known for its skin-nourishing benefits and gentleness on the skin, it is safe for even the most sensitive skin types.
Not too oily, perfect for massages. You can add it to your beauty routine to help fight signs of aging and improve overall complexion.
Grape Seed Oil; It is rich in vitamins A, E, B and D, as well as amino acids and essential fatty acids. These are very important to keep your skin looking young and healthy. It is known for its regenerative properties that can help treat sun-damaged, dry skin, helping to minimize fine lines and wrinkles.
Jojoba Oil; You can safely choose it as an ideal fixed oil for massage oil recipes. Jojoba oil is actually one of the rare oils that suspend like sebum, which is the closest to the natural oils produced by the body. It is easily absorbed into the skin as it is similar to what the body produces. It can replenish what is lost from soaps, shampoos and the elements.
Coconut Oil; Coconut oil is usually in solid form unless heated, making a good massage oil base, but it tends to be a little oily and has that coconut flavor you might want in your recipe. If you are using coconut oil as a fixed oil, you will need to mix it in a glass jar instead of a dropper bottle.