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Romantic Homemade Love Massage Oil with Creamy Cocoa & Ylang Ylang Essential Oil!

Tuesday, February 07, 2017


OMG! You must try this massage oil. Trust me, your partner will thank you! This is not just an aphrodisiac tonic. It has other amazing benefits! Ylang Ylang is considered to be an effective antidepressant, antiseptic, antispasmodic, and sedative.

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Because of its ability to act directly on the olfactory system of the brain, inhaling Ylang Ylang can have immediate, positive effects on your mood and act like a mild and natural depression remedy.

Ylang Ylang’s other benefits include helping to balance hormones, promoting healthy skin and hair, and lifting mood while promoting a calming effect. It’s said to “expand the heart,” and research shows it can help release negative emotions, including anger, excessive stress, low self-esteem, and disconnection from your inner child. It’s such a beautiful essential oil to heal your heart.

This massage oil has a sweet floral scent of Ylang Ylang flowers with undertones of Cocoa. What a perfect combination!

Romantic Homemade Love Massage Oil with Creamy Cocoa & Ylang Ylang Essential Oil

  • 2 Tbsp organic Cocoa Butter 
  • ½ cup organic Sweet Almond (or other carrier oil of your choice)
  • ¼ cup organic Jojoba oil
  • 15 drops organic Ylang Ylang essential oil (dōTERRA)
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In a double boiler, gently warm the oils and cocoa butter until the butter has melted. Remove from heat and allow the mixture to cool for a few minutes at room temperature. Then add the essential oils and mix together until thoroughly blended. 

Pour into a bottle. The mixture will continue to thicken, so allow up to 24 hours for it to reach its final texture.

Adding cocoa butter gives this massage oil a creamy consistency. It is wonderful for massages, but can also be used as a general body lotion for moisturizing the skin. This massage oil has the seductively sweet floral scent of Ylang Ylang flowers with undertones of Cocoa.

Note: Use less cocoa butter in colder climates, where the massage oil tends to become almost solid. If it is too firm, simply re-melt and add more carrier oil. On the other hand, if you desire a firmer consistency, re-melt and add additional cocoa butter.

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