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Lovers Massage Oil For Valentine's Day

Sometimes the very best gifts are those which show special thought and tender loving care (TLC) and have been custom made.

The following massage oil recipe can easily be made at home.  The ingredients can easily be found at any local health food store or specialty store.

If you want to make your gift especially romantic find a sexy bottle for your mixture and decorate it with a red bow.

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To create a really special Valentine's gift, purchase a few red scented candles and include that in your special massage gift package.   Or buy regular red candles and dress them with a few drops of vanilla or Ylang Ylang oil which will set a very loving and relaxed mood.

To really do it up right, consider covering your massage table with red silk or satin sheets and offer to provide the massage right on the spot.  Or if you're shy, make the oil and include one or more gift certificates for a personal massage.  Let your imagination guide you.

The best part about this massage oil is that it is completely edible.  Make it healthy by utilizing organic oils and juice.

Lovers Massage Oil Recipe

2 ounces of glycerin (derived from olive oil it is safe & edible)

2 ounces of sweet almond oil

2 drops of peppermint essential oil

2 drops of cinnamon essential oil

3/4 teaspoon cranberry or red berry juice

Mix the glycerin and almond oil in a 120 ml (4 ounce) glass bottle. Add the cinnamon and peppermint essential oils and the juice to make a very mild, safe and yes, edible body oil blend. Light some candles and gently warm this oil to use as a sensual massage.

Of course you can take this massage oil to even great heights by adding champagne, chocolates and even a beautiful bubble bath for before or after the massage.  Enjoy!

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