Massage Oils with Lavender

Posted by MassageTools Staff on Nov 15th 2016

Lavender is one of the most popular essential oils. It helps eliminate nervous tension, relieves pain, disinfects the scalp and skin, enhances blood circulation and treats respiratory problems. Because of all these benefits and its wonderful smell, lavender is a popular ingredient in massage oils.
Our Pick

Our best massage oil with lavender is Aromatherapy Massage Oil from Aromaland. As part of a collection of massage oil, the Aromaland products are created from cold pressed plant oils that are rich in vitamins and unsaturated acids. These essential oils are used alongside grape seed, rosehip, sweet among, safflower and sunflower oils to make excellent tools for massage.

All of these oils are enriched with Vitamins E and C to provide smooth and nourished skin, along with a smooth application to improve massage.

The lavender blend is a mix of Bulgarian Lavender, Lavendin, Orange, Geranium, Cedarwood, Marjoram and Frankincense. This is one of our top selling massage oils because it provides a strong aromatherapy response in patients.

Benefits of Lavender

Aromatherapy has been shown to increase the dopamine and serotonin released when a person gets a massage, helping them to relax. Lavender's calming scent is wonderful for people with anxiety issues. It can be helpful in treating people with migraines, headaches, depression, nervous tension and emotional stress.

Lavender has also been shown to increase mental activity and can help remove nervous exhaustion and restlessness.

For massage purposes, lavender can help reduce a number of pains including those caused by sore and tense muscles, muscular aches, rheumatism and sprains. That is why so many athletes turn to lavender for relief as it can reduce the amount of pain a person feels.

There are so many benefits to lavender it is no wonder massage therapists prefer to use it in their practice. We offer a number of aromatherapy products, but we found this one is the best.