Massage Oil with Eucalyptus

Posted by MassageTools Staff on Nov 15th 2016

Eucalyptus is best known as a tasty treat for Koala bears, but it also has a number of benefits for humans as well, especially when put in massage oil. There are a number of massage oils that feature eucalyptus as an essential oil, but we recommend Eucalyptus Globulus from Aromaland.

Eucalyptus provides plenty of benefits. It can act as an anti-inflammatory, an antiseptic, a decongestant and even a deodorant. Since eucalyptus acts as an antiseptic, it is great at helping repair injured skin. That is why it is part of so many different massage oils. It can help heal wounds, ulcers, burns, cuts and abrasions, along with insect bites.

The Right Choice

Aromaland's eucalyptus oil is taken from growing eucalyptus trees. Eucalyptus is a great ingredient when massaging sore, aching muscles or as an energizing sports massage. It can also be easily mixed with other essential oils, such as marjoram, rosemary, lavender, cedarwood and frankincense.

While eucalyptus is great is massage oil, it's especially beneficial for people that play a lot of outdoor sports or simply like being outside. Eucalyptus is known to repel insects, so having it on your skin or in your hair can help keep bugs at bay while enjoying the great outdoors.

Mental Health

For massages, eucalyptus has been known to help with mental exhaustion. It has a cooling and refreshing effect that can help rejuvenate spirits, along with reduce stress. This makes it a popular pairing with Swedish massages or other types of massages aimed at relaxing the person getting the massage.

While there are lots of eucalyptus oils on the market, Aromaland's offering has shown to be a popular one among our customers. Clients have raved about the product's quality and consistency from bottle to bottle. As you look for the right eucalyptus treatment, look to Aromaland for your next bottle.