Natural Lavender Essential Oil - Why Use in Massage Oils?

Natural Lavender Essential Oil - Why Use in Massage Oils?

Experience the Calming Benefits of Lavender Essential Oil in Natural Massage Oils

Discover the amazing benefits of using lavender essential oil in natural massage oils. In this article, we will explore how lavender can enhance your relaxation and wellness, from improving sleep to soothing muscle pain. As a professional aromatherapist, I'm excited to share this information and introduce you to some fantastic Tender Essence products that incorporate the calming properties of lavender.

Lavender Massage Oils

What is Lavender Essential Oil?

Lavender essential oil is derived from the flowers of Lavandula angustifolia. This popular and versatile oil is known for its calming and relaxing properties. The oil is extracted through steam distillation and has a sweet, floral, and slightly herbaceous aroma. Try Tender Essence's pure Lavender Essential Oil for a high-quality lavender experience.

Why Use Lavender Essential Oil in Massage Oil?

There are numerous reasons to use lavender essential oil in massage oil:

  1. Relaxation and stress relief: The soothing aroma of lavender reduces anxiety, stress, and nervous tension.
  2. Sleep improvement: Lavender oil aids in improving sleep quality, making it an excellent choice for essential oils for sleep.
  3. Pain relief: Lavender's analgesic properties help alleviate muscle and joint pain.
  4. Anti-inflammatory properties: Lavender oil reduces inflammation and promotes healing.
  5. Skin health: Lavender oil's antimicrobial and antioxidant properties improve skin health and soothe irritation.

How to Create a Lavender Massage Oil Blend

To create a lavender massage oil blend, you'll need a carrier oil, such as Grapeseed Oil or Coconut oil. Use 10-15 drops of lavender essential oil per ounce of carrier oil.

If you prefer a pre-made option, try Tender Essence's Relaxed Massage Oil, which combines lavender with grapeseed oil for a soothing experience.

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Different Massages to Try Using Lavender Massage Oil

  • Swedish Massage: A gentle, relaxing massage using long, kneading strokes and light pressure.
  • Deep Tissue Massage: Targets deeper layers of muscle and connective tissue to relieve chronic pain and tension.
  • Chair Massage: A quick, focused massage targeting the neck, shoulders, and back while seated in a specially designed chair.
  • Reflexology: Pressure is applied to specific points on the feet, hands, and ears to promote relaxation and balance in the body.
  • Aromatherapy Massage: Incorporates essential oils, like Relax Diffuser Blend, for an enhanced sensory experience.
  • Prenatal Massage: Tailored to the needs of pregnant women, focusing on reducing stress, muscle tension, and swelling.
  • Hot Stone Massage: Heated stones are placed on the body to relax muscles and improve circulation.

Tips for a Relaxing Massage Experience

  • Set the mood with soft lighting and calming music.
  • Use the right massage techniques for your chosen massage type.
  • Ensure proper communication with your massage partner or therapist.

Safety Precautions and Considerations

  • Conduct a patch test on a small area of skin before using any new essential oil or massage oil blend to check for potential allergic reactions or skin irritations.
  • Consult a healthcare professional before using essential oils if you are pregnant or have a medical condition.
  • Be aware of possible interactions with medications or other essential oils.

Additional Tender Essence Products for Relaxation


Incorporating lavender essential oil into your massage routine offers numerous benefits, from enhancing relaxation to promoting better sleep. Explore Tender Essence's range of essential oils and aromatherapy products to create the perfect calming environment for your next massage. Remember to follow safety precautions and consult with a healthcare professional as needed. Relax and enjoy the soothing power of lavender in your next massage.

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