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ambassadors 1 year ago

Hello David....

It appears most Olive oils used by spa's usually comes blended as to what Norah1 wrote. We used to use grape seed oil but it left our sheets with a rancid odor so we switched to an oil with arnica extract combined with olive oil, jojoba, avocado and fractionated coconut oils and surprisingly has no smell. this oil allows us to blend any essential oils. Keep in mind you can always experiment with Olive oils found in your health food store. But keep in mind it may leave a thick greesy feeling which would not be good for your client.

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