Elevate Your Senses: Enchanting Massage Candles with Essential Oils

If you have never come across Massage Candles with essential oils, dive right in with us and discover how to make them! Simply take good quality, skin safe waxes like Soy and Beeswax and mix them with nourishing Cosmetic Butters like Shea and Cocoa Butter. Add in some glorious beneficial carrier oils like Argan, Sweet Almond and Rosehip for super skin nourishing. Leave your skin feeling velvety soft, super supple, looking renewed and refreshed. Choose essential oils to soothe, relax, uplift, invigorate or turn you on!  Join us and learn to make these amazing Massage Candles with essential oils. Choose from: Muscle Soothing, Stress Reducing, Sleep, Sensual and Sultry and Just Because It Smells Glorious! We also show you how you can make your own and incorporate VINEVIDA fragrance oils and how to do it safely.

What Are Massage Candles With Essential Oils?

What Are Massage Candles With Essential Oils

If you have never come across Massage Candles with essential oils, then you are in for a real treat! 

Candles and molten wax have been used in beauty treatments across the centuries in a variety of forms, but this is a more modern reinterpretation of the art. I would suspect that it coincided with the rise in popularity of soy wax. Perhaps, some bright thinking individual clocked onto its very low melting temperature and had a rather delicious brainwave! 

Massage Candles with essential oils are on the rise as massage treatments in spas across the globe as their popularity increases and there is more demand from clientele. 

My First Experience With Massage Candles With Essential Oils

I was wandering around the shop of a likeminded aromatherapist and crystal enthusiast, and friend; when I noticed that she had massage candles with essential oils for sale. I had never seen them before and was intrigued.

Naturally, being a consummate professional and wonderful saleswoman she immediately grabbed my hand and said “Try it!" Pouring the molten wax onto my hand was unexpectedly glorious and rather sensual, she massaged it into my hand while telling me everything that was in it. Before I knew it, it had melded into my skin, leaving it beautifully soft, velvety and supple. 

I immediately bought a divine Amber one and have used many different variations since. 

Now, I am sure you are asking “Where to buy massage candles with essential oils”? Why buy them? MAKE them! It is sensationally easy and such a wonderful project to treat yourself with. Soon your family and friends will be clamoring for your efforts too. 

I’m Intrigued, Tell Me More!

Massage Candles with essential oils are usually made with natural ingredients, as they are also used for massage. But like anything bought commercially, always double check the label. This is why I either buy Dawn’s or make my own. Because I can trust the ingredients 100%.

Massage Oil Candles are usually made with a selection of natural waxes like Soy or Beeswax, cosmetic butters like Cocoa Butter or Shea Butter, carrier oils like Coconut oil, Sweet Almond, Argan and Avocado. They are usually scented with essential oils, because you also get all the extra benefits and active properties too. Occasionally, fragrance oils are also used. 

Massage Candle therapy is very much focused on well-being, but delivered with beautiful softness and a welcome lightness. It is both physically and psychologically soothing for the recipient. 

It is a popular therapy in India that focuses especially on the hands and the feet as part of the mani-pedi routine. 

But of course, you can just as easily use them at home yourself in your own beauty regimen. 

Why Make Massage Candles with Essential Oils?

Why Make Massage Candles with Essential Oils

There are so many great reasons to make your own Massage Candles with essential oils, let's have a look at a few. 

Control Your Ingredients

If you pop onto the ingredients list of many professional massage candles with essential oils, you shouldn’t find too many surprises. They are mostly made up of wax, butter, carrier oil and an essential oil or perfume. 

The INCI Nomenclature list can help you unravel some of the mystery. Shea Butter for instance is always listed in ingredients lists as Butyrospermum parkii, Beeswax is Cera Alba and Argan carrier oil is Argania Spinosa.

You will soon find that many of the ingredients used in professional massage candles are also at your disposal and readily available. By sourcing, choosing and purchasing your own ingredients it gives you TOTAL control over the process. It allows you to choose organic, vegan or vegetarian friendly ingredients or just for you to buy from trusted and sustainable producers. 

Skin Needs

Massage Candles with essential oils contain pure waxes, cosmetic butters, carrier and essential oils that hydrate, moisturize, nourish and soften your skin. These actions  improve elasticity to the epidermis and make your skin appear plump, supple and healthy looking. 

You can also choose your ingredients to suit your own skin type or needs. Essential oils are the perfect accompaniment to all those nourishing ingredients. 

The beautifully rich warm massage oil is perfect for use on dry skin, you would simply massage into the skin. This will leave your skin feeling soft, as you moisturize and nourish it deeply. The wax also locks in hydration and adds a delightfully light layer of protection to your precious skin. 

I use my own Massage Candles with essential oils when my skin feels dry, irritated and parched. A recent infection has laid me a little low and my skin has taken a bit of a battering, so you can bet your bottom dollar that I will be using it tonight! (I already got it out the cupboard ready)! 

Tailor the ingredients to the exact needs of your skin. You can also make them seasonally if your skin has different needs with the changing of the seasons. 

Tailor Your Mood 

Massage Candles with essential oils can also be used to influence your mood.

Choosing essential oils that have actions for relieving stress and anxiety, like Mandarin, Bergamot and Frankincense can add those wonderfully soothing properties to your Massage Candles with essential oils. 

Lavender, Roman Chamomile, Marjoram and Vetiver are perfect to help you drift off into a blissful sleep. 

Maybe you want it as part of your morning after shower routine? Plump for fresh and invigorating essential oils like Eucalyptus, Spearmint and the citrus oils like Grapefruit, Lemon and Sweet Orange. 

Massage Candles with essential oils are also rather appropriate for a sensual and sexy interlude with your partner.  Consider the aphrodisiacs of Patchouli, Rose and Ylang Ylang to spice things up a little. What is more intimate than a couples massage, by candlelight, with deliciously warm and fragrant oils? 


I just took a good look at how much Massage Candles with essential oils actually are! I nearly fell off my chair people. What?

Maybe I am just a skinflint, but I cannot see me ever being prepared to pay out a $100 for one. 

Not when I can make them for just a handful of dollars in the comfort of my own home and control every single ingredient that goes into it. Not to mention, tailoring it to my exact skin, emotional, physical and psychological needs. 

It’s a no-brainer to me to make my own. 

Best Equipment For Massage Candles with Essential Oils

I can see you might be put off at the thought of needing specialist equipment for making your own Massage Candles with essential oils. You don’t need anything fancy and many of you will have what you need in your own homes already. 

Let me show you what you need, and how to tweak it if you don’t have it. 

Double boiler 

Double boiler

Ideally, a double boiler or bain marie is best for melting your waxes and butters because you can control the temperature more readily. Controlling the temperature is important so as not to degrade the quality of your cosmetic butters. You want to heat them as little as humanly possible really.

If all you have is an old tin can or a mason jar in a saucepan, that’s fine, just make sure it is scrupulously clean and you keep the water temperature as low as you can.

You want your Massage Candles with essential oils to be full of the active properties of the ingredients and keep them in as good shape as you possibly can. Therefore, at worst, use the microwave on 25-50% power. 

Infrared thermometer

Infrared thermometer

Your Massage Candles with essential oils will benefit from adding the essentials oil at the right temperature too. They are delicate and fragile things when it comes to too much heat. 

Ideally, you want to add your essential oils once the wax reaches 125 F/ 51℃ or below to keep them at their optimal quality. 

You can use any cooking thermometer for this, but it will get covered in wax so resist using your best candy thermometer. 

This is where an infrared thermometer comes into its own. It can also help you get the water to just the right temperature to help your wax and cosmetic butter melt, without getting too hot. 

Wicks, Sustainers and Holders

Wicks, Sustainers and Holders

Now, this is something you will have to buy for your Massage Candles with essential oils, if you do not have them already.

You don’t need specialist wicks, but if your wick is too narrow it will not burn right across the surface of the candle. Good quality cotton ones keep the burning consistent and even. 

Buy the right size for your container.

A wick holder helps you centralize it in the middle of the candle to ensure it burns evenly and consistently. You can do the same job, with a pencil, but because it is larger it tends to  waste  more wick. Wick holders are pretty inexpensive so if you intend to be making a few, a wick holder is a useful, worthwhile buy.

Anchor your wick with a sustainer and affix it with skin safe adhesive.

This might not be the first thing you would think about when creating a candle, but if you don’t want to pollute your lovely molten oil with toxic glue.  It can be tempting to skip adhesive in a bid to save cost but it definitely makes life harder if you do. It makes sense in the end.

Candle glasses and Jars

Candle glasses and Jars

When you first start making Massage Candles with essential oils you would be forgiven for thinking you can use any jar. 

That is NOT the case. 

Your container needs to be heat proof and purposefully designed to hold hot liquid. Untempered Glass cracks easily with hot liquids and while Massage Candles do stay at a reasonable temperature, it is not worth taking the risk. 

Mason jars are a great choice for these projects. 4 oz Jelly Jars are perfect. 

You could also see if you can find suitable small jugs for this purpose.

Also consider the shelf life of the ingredients in your Massage Candle. 

You might be better off making a smaller candle that you can use up faster, rather than a large one that could go out of date before you have a chance to use it up. 

Best Ingredients for Massage Candles With Essential Oils

Massage Candles with essential oils are delicious made with 100% natural ingredients. You also enjoy  the peace of mind that you are slathering your skin in nothing but pure, natural goodness.  

Let's have a look at what ingredients you need to make your own Massage Candles with essential oils at home. 



All Massage Candles with essential oils have some form of skin safe wax in the base. You may ask “ Can I use any candle wax in my Massage Candle”? The answer to that is easy. No, you cannot. 

It needs to be a skin safe wax with a low melting point to ensure they are safe to pour on your skin. 

Soy Wax (Glycine wax)

Soy Wax

Soy wax’s melting point is  113-127°F / 45-54°C , which is lower than most other waxes, so it is commonly used for Massage Candles with essential oils. 

Sourced from soybeans, it is a relatively sustainable option, but be aware that soybeans are notoriously exposed to pesticides and herbicides, so choose organic if you can. 

The ideal temperature to add your essential oils is right at the bottom of the range of 120-140°F / 48-60°C. Soy wax has a cure time of 3-4 days and a maximum cure of 14 days. 

Coconut Wax (Cocos nucifera)

Coconut Wax

Coconut Wax is another option with a low melting point for your Massage Candles with essential oils.

In candle making it is usually mixed with Soy Wax to make it burn more evenly, and have a better scent throw. You can just use it as it is for your Massage Candles with essential oils.  It's another wonderful natural option, that is chemical free 

Coconut Wax has a melting point of 124F-127°F / 51-53°C. It is best to add your fragrance or essential oils at around 130°F / 54°C and it cures wonderfully quickly, usually within 48 hours. 

Beeswax (Cera alba)


This is one of my favorite waxes for Massage Candles with essential oils. It is a good hard wax. It burns cleanly and evenly without creating too much smoke or soot. It’s super on the skin and jam packed with its own skin nourishing and protective qualitie..

It has a high melting point of 44-149°F / 62-65°C, which is higher than most waxes. Offset that by adding a larger ratio of other low melt wax to Beeswax, to keep the overall melting point lower. 

Essential oils are best added at as low temperature as possible but it is best to add VINEVIDA Soaps and Candles fragrance oils at around 160-165°F /71-74°C. Beeswax cures very quickly fast in a little as two days

As a 100% natural product, Beeswax is totally biodegradable and eco-friendly. 

Note that vegans would decline to use beeswax. 

Cosmetic Butters

You can make your Massage Candles with essential oils even more special by adding  nourishing cosmetic butters. Your skin will thank you, trust me. 

Cocoa Butter (Theobroma Cacao)

Cocoa Butter

Cocoa Butter is classed as a hard butter. 

Packed with fatty acids to hydrate and nourish the skin, over time cocoa butter can help improve the elasticity of the skin. Like wax, Cocoa Butter also forms a protective barrier over skin, locking in moisture and hydration. 

Cocoa butter’s melting point is 95° F / 35° C

Mango Butter (Mangifera Indica)

Mango Butter

Mango Butter is semi soft butter. 

It hydrates the skin and locks moisture in place. Mango butter has superb absorbency, sinking down to the deepest skin layers,  which is just what you want in your Massage Candles with essential oils. 

Mango naturally re-enforces the skin’s protective barrier of your skin, trapping moisture in and

protecting your skin from drying out.  

Stuffed full of vitamins A, C, and E, Omega 6 and 9 and other important fatty acids, Mango Butter makes the skin look plumper, more supple and healthier.

Melting point 95° F / 35° C

Shea Butter (Butyrospermum Parkii)

Shea Butter is a soft butter. 

Unrefined Shea is chock full of glorious antioxidants associated with anti-aging qualities. It is also rich in vitamin E, which boosts skin moisture levels leaving it looking renewed, refreshed and supple. 

Shea butter is rich in nutritious fatty acids and has anti-inflammatory properties.  This makes it ideal for damaged and irritated skins.

It is worth noting that many people prefer to use refined shea since unrefined has a rather distinctive smell. However,  refining processes do affect the antioxidant levels. Choosing essential oils to complement the fragrance is not difficult, so I prefer to stick to the unrefined to harness all its many beautiful properties. 

Try seeking out those made by hand in indigenous communities for top quality products.

The melting point of shea butter is  90° F / 32° C.

Cupuaçu Butter (Theobroma Grandiflorum)

Cupuaçu Butter

Theobroma Grandiflorum is a rainforest tree related to the cacao. 

Sometimes, when researching, you come across something someone else worded what you had wanted to say precisely. 

All the better when that is backed by the scientific research of Cynthia Fleck (2012).

‘Cupuacu butter is an excellent emollient that restores elasticity to the skin while providing anti-oxidants and hydration. It is considered a “super-moisturizer” because of its hydrophilic (water-loving) properties. As it carries water to the skin it makes skin supple, soft and more elastic. This deep hydration makes the skin smooth and soft to the touch. Nature could not have provided a better solution to dry, sunburned or aging skin’.

What more can I say? Oh the melting point! Of course!

Melting point of 90-97° F / 32-36° C.

Carrier Oils

You do need some carrier oils for your Massage Candles with essential oils, but let's not labor the point too much here.

Sweet Almond is a good choice because it has a long shelf life. Rosehip is wonderful but make sure it only makes up 10% of your overall recipe. Argan oil is a phenomenal choice for dry skin. Plump for Avocado if you have oily skin, no more than 40% overall though please.  Tamanu is ideal if you have acne prone skin but still want a treat. 

Choose ones that you know suit your skin.

My choice? A mix of Argan, Camellia and Rosehip carrier oils, every time. 

Massage Candles with Essential Oils - Which Essential Oils Are Best?

If you are going to make Massage Candles with essential oils, you need some essential oils!

When you want the best Massage Candles with essential oils, you simply need to ask yourself, “What do I want it to do”? All of your essential oils choices will be based on your answer.

Skin Salvation

If your skin is oily or acne prone, plump for essential oils like Lavender, Roman Chamomile, and Tea Tree. If you feel it is congested with toxicity Carrot Seed is a godsend to clarify the skin. 

Looking for something for super sensitive skin? Violet Leaf Absolute is a blessing in a bottle, whilst pricey, it is sublime and an investment in your self care you will never regret. You need so little of it to make a difference. 

Dry skin is thankful for Patchouli, Rose and Frankincense. 

Ylang Ylang is the perfect balancer for combination skin and Mandarin is a lovely little option too.

More mature skin is always grateful for a little Frankincense and its minor miracles. Hey, it preserved those Egyptian Mummies didn’t it?

Reducing Stress and Anxiety

Massage Candles with essential oils are just perfect for helping you to unwind after a long day and help you to reduce your stress and anxiety levels.

Mandarin, Sweet Orange and Bergamot are all wonderfully calming. Combine them with the big relaxers of Lavender, Vetiver and Patchouli. If you are all a bit twitchy and itchy with it, Marjoram is your go to. 

Help Me Sleep

Yes, Massage Candles with essential oils can help you drift off into that blissful sleep. 

Self massage can be an ideal way to de-stress yourself and relax before bedtime. Choose essential oils like Lavender, Roman Chamomile, Marjoram and Vetiver to support sleep. 

Uplift Me

Massage Candles with essential oils are a treat for my mind, body and soul. There is just something rather divine about them.

Choose essential oils that have an effect on how you feel and make you smile. If you are still exploring, try Litsea Cubeba, Palo Santo and Amyris. I always find them wonderfully uplifting.

Sweet Orange, Mandarin and Bergamot will all lift your mood as will Kaffir Lime and Grapefruit. 

Kickstart My Love Life

Warming, sensuous and fragrant Massage Candles with essential oils are wonderful to pep up the old love life! Perfect for intimate and special massage, they are an ideal way to wind down and then raise the temperature a little, literally!

The best aphrodisiacs are Rose, Jasmin, Patchouli and Sandalwood (though Amyris is a more sustainable and more cost effective choice). 

I’d keep the oils away from your privates though, you don’t want to ruin a sexy night. Oouch!

Recipes For Massage Candles With Essential Oils

Recipes For Massage Candles With Essential Oils

So, I’ve seen a lot of you asking for the ‘best Massage Candles with essential oils recipe’ and the ‘best Massage Candle recipe’. 

Search no more! 

I have looked at a LOT of different recipes. They use different proportions of ingredients, which will yield a variety of results. It also means there is more than one way to make these, so don’t be afraid to experiment and make these your own. 

I will mix things up a bit so you can try the different proportions and the finished effect, but tweak it if you fancy. Just remember to check your IFRA safety guidelines if you are changing the amounts of essential oils you use. 

The Basic Formula For Making Massage Candles With Essential Oils 

The Basic Formula For Making Massage Candles With Essential Oils

If you have never tried these before,  the ‘basic’ recipe to follow for your Massage Candles with essential oils. Tweak it to suit your own preferences or needs, as you gain experience and confidence.

    • 2 oz Wax of your choice - (Remember, Beeswax burns hotter, so mix it with something else that burns at a lower temperature like Soy.)
    • 1 oz of Cosmetic Butter
    • 1 oz of Carrier Oil. This should be liquid at room temperature.

Add amounts of fragrance oil and essential oils should in accordance with IFRA category 5A maximum safety dilution rates. 

The method of preparation remains the same regardless of the proportions you use.


    1. Prepare your candle glasses or jars, affixing your wick in sustainers with skin friendly adhesive. 
    2. Centering the wick with wick holders is also preferable for a consistent and even burn. 
    3. If you warm your jars through a little, it helps to stop shrinkage when setting and curing. 
    4. In a double boiler, set over a low to medium heat, slowly and carefully melt your Wax.
    5. Once almost melted add your Cosmetic Butter, stir gently to help it melt more readily. 
    6. The moment it fully melts, remove from the heat and add your carrier oil.
    7. Depending on your wax, check the best temperature to add your essential oils or fragrance oil. (Info above in the section about Waxes). 
    8. Add in your essential oils or fragrance and mix thoroughly for a couple of minutes to ensure even distribution.
    9. Pour your wax into your warmed candle glasses or jars, centering the wick as evenly as possible.
    10. Cover with a clean cloth, to keep any dust or debris out and allow the candles to set.
    11. Allow to cure and rest for the recommended time for your wax. Over time the scent develops more strongly.
    12. Trim the wick down to a safer ¼ inch. 
    13. Label, listing all of your ingredients and include instructions for use and safety recommendations for use. 

Muscle Soothing

Muscle Soothing

For a relaxing and muscle soothing Massage Candles with essential oils, you will want it to have a slightly higher proportion of carrier oil so that it will massage well into your skin. This way it will also  last slightly longer before it absorbs fully. This gives you time to really massage it in well and relax those stiff, knotty muscles. 

The effect of the massage is just as important as the ingredients themselves in offering relief!


    • Do not use in the first 16 weeks of pregnancy.

Peppermint Specific:

    • Peppermint stimulates the heart, so it carries a mild risk of fibrillation. 
    • Anyone with epilepsy or a heart condition should use only the smallest dilutions. 
    • G6PD is a blood disorder that mainly affects males. Therefore, Peppermint essential oil is not suitable for patients with G6PD Deficiency.

Rosemary Specific

    • Rosemary contains constituents proven to be pro-convulsive for some people, be cautious with this essential oil if you have epilepsy.
    • If you have any of these conditions and wish to use Rosemary, please consult your relevant medical professional for advice and supervision.

Stress Reducing

Stress Reducing

This is what Massage Candles with essential oils can really excel at. I find it is such a lovely little ritual to have a nice hot bath watching the flickering flame of the warming candle and then massaging the warm oil into my fresh, wet skin. 

It is deeply soothing and relaxing working it into your tired and aching muscles. I highly recommend it.


    • Do not use in the first 16 weeks of pregnancy.

Bergamot specific:

    • Do not expose your skin to sunlight or sunbeds for at least 12 hours after use as it can be phytotoxic. 



This is another recipe where Massage Candles with essential oils can come into their own. They are perfect for that lovely moment of quietude before retiring for the night. Of course, all the lovely essential oils then kick into action, relaxing, calming, soothing and supporting a blissful night's sleep. 


          • Do not use in the first 16 weeks of pregnancy.

        Sensual and Sultry

        Sensual and Sultry

        Massage Candles with essential oils are incredible for using for intimate and seductive couple massage. The flickering candlelight and warm oil make for a rather sexy atmosphere. 

        This is a massage candle recipe with coconut oil. I think Coconut oil works wonderfully here, both as a solid in place of a Cosmetic Butter, and as a fluid carrier oil. It will give you a much easier massage oil to work with, that isn’t too waxy. Too much wax can cause skin pulls and no one wants that in a sultry and seductive moment!  So, less wax and more oil here, is what you want.

        *If your EV Coconut Oil is not solid at room temperature due to your climate being warmer, plump for a soft butter instead like Shea. Or half butter, half EV Coconut Oil.


          • Do not use in the first 37 weeks of pregnancy 
          • Avoid intimate areas please, it is not designed for that! 

        Just Because It Smells Glorious!

        Just Because It Smells Glorious

        This where you can try out fragrance oils in your Massage Candles with essential oils, or without. Remember, that fragrance oils have no active benefits like essential oils do, so it will just simply smell nice! 

        It is worth loading up on all the benefits of the base ingredients to give your skin a glorious boost!


            • If irritation occurs, discontinue use.

          *Remember if you use a different fragrance oil to the one suggested, the IFRA recommended safety dilution rate in Category 5A will be different too. You need to find out what it is for the fragrance oil you plan to use and adjust the quantity accordingly.

          How To Use Massage Candles With Essential Oils

          How To Use Massage Candles With Essential Oils

          Massage Candles with essential oils are just lovely to use. Just light them and straight away you get that gorgeous flickering candle light and cozy ambience while you wait for your oil to become molten and your candles melt. 

          They are not hard to use, but you do just need to be mindful of a couple of safety points.

            1. Always stand them on a heat proof surface out of draughts, while it melts. The side of the bath is perfect!
            2. Blow out the flame before you pour the warm wax onto your hand or body. As the wax pours out and leaves more wick exposed, the flame can suddenly jump higher and flash, which can be a little disconcerting and in serious cases even burn you. You can always relight it! So please - Blow it out! 
            3. Pour it into your hand first, to try it out, we are all sensitive in different ways to heat. Only when you feel confident about the temperature, pour it directly where you need it on your body. Avoiding intimate areas. 
            4. Work the molten wax into your skin and massage until it is fully absorbed. 
            5. If you used a candle glass rather than a jar with a lid, wait until it goes solid once more after use and store upturned to keep any dust or dirt out of it. If you have a lid, again, wait for it to solidify and fully cool before popping the lid back on and storing.
            6. Use within 3-6 months.  

          Can I Use Fragrance Oils In My Massage Candles With Essential Oils?

          Yes, of course you can!

          However, if you do, you won’t get all those lovely active benefits from the essential oils. It will simply smell nice and be nice on your skin. You do have all the brilliant benefits of the base ingredients still though, and they are lovely as they are. 

          Here are my fragrance oil recommendations to combine with the recipes above. 

          Muscle Soothing

          Try one of these invigorating and refreshing fragrance oils for your Muscle Soothing Massage Candles with essential oils.

          Stress Reducing

          Consider one of these bright and joyful fragrance oils for your Stress Reducing Massage Candles with essential oils.


          Plump for these relaxing and soothing fragrance oils for your Sleep Massage Candles with essential oils. Vanilla often makes you feel comforted and safe. 

          Sensual and Sultry

          Ramp up the sexiness with these rather sultry and seductive fragrance oils for your Massage Candles with essential oils.

          Hopefully, that has given you plenty of ideas to have a go at for now, but don’t be afraid to have a go at what you fancy.  

          Just keep these two things in mind:

            1. The basic proportion of the base, tweak it, but remember you still need it to be solid at room temp, so don’t go too oil heavy, you still need plenty of wax and butter.
            2. ALWAYS check the IFRA data in Category 5A for any fragrance oils or essential oils that you use. 

          Final Word On Massage Candles With Essential Oils

          Final Word On Massage Candles With Essential Oils

          I hope that you have enjoyed your journey with me discovering how to make Massage Candles with essential oils. I have had fun with this one, you will too, I am sure. 

          It is a pretty forgiving product and so it does give you scope to have a good tinker with it. Personally, I like mine with a bit more butter and oil in the Summer and more waxy protection in the Winter. Please feel free to experiment and make them your own to suit your own skin's needs and preferences. 

          Massage Candles with essential oils give you scope to not only have a wonderful product for your skin, but also to affect your wellbeing. The essential oils bring all their magic and can relax and soothe you or uplift and invigorate you. Use them to the best advantage here.

          I find it a profoundly soothing little ritual, it is a true moment of self care and one I highly recommend that you try for yourself. They are utterly blissful.

          However you make your own Massage Candles with essential oils, I am sure they will be a sensation. Have fun!

          Leave a comment

          All comments are moderated before being published