No, you can’t use the Ellis Brooklyn Marvelous Massage and Body Oil as a lubricant, but its pleasurable scent and skin-conditioning formula is a worthwhile addition to your next pain-relieving massage. Its star ingredient is CBD, but antioxidant-rich pine extract and moisture-retaining sweet almond oil are also present in this luxurious blend.
As its name suggests, the Beia Body & Intimacy Serum was made for your sexiest moments. This serum contains a genital-friendly mix of aloe vera, coconut oil, and squalane. It’s also fragrance-free and is just as beneficial for dry, easily irritated skin as it is for your coochie.
The next time you need a good old massage for pain relief, whip out the Saje Natural Wellness Pain Release Topical Analgesic Body Oil. It combines marjoram, rosemary, and chamomile essential oils to ease pain topically with their anti-inflammatory properties and soothe the mind with their calming, aromatherapeutic scents.
Trust us, your skin will feel softer than ever after slathering on the Elemis Musclease Active Body Oil. This particular pick contains skin-rejuvenating sea buckthorn, pine, and rosemary oils, all of which are rich in moisture-replenishing antioxidants. As if that’s not enough to convince you of its skin-conditioning properties, you’ll also spot sweet almond and sunflower oils — two moisturizing powerhouses — in its ingredient list.
No matter what type of massage you’re aiming for (besides a sexual one), you can create a spa-worthy regimen at home with L’Occitane’s Cocon de Sérénité Relaxing Massage Oil. This formula focuses on easing your mind with aromatic notes of geranium, orange, and lavender essential oils while sweet almond, sunflower, and castor seed oils intensively smooth and soften your skin.
Take your bedtime routine to a new, soothing level with The Body Shop’s Sleep Relaxing Massage Oil. This non-greasy oil blend contains oils derived from lavender and vetiver, two of the best essential oils for their aromatherapeutic properties. To moisturize skin, this option is also formulated with a lightweight mix of sesame seed oil, olive oil, and grapeseed oil.
Yes, the Chanel L’Huile Vanille Body Massage Oil is quite a splurge, but it’s worth every shiny penny. It contains high-quality helianthus annuus flower oil (also known as sunflower oil) to make skin smooth and supple, but the highlight of this oil is actually its delightful scent profile. As its name suggests, the star note is creamy, sweet vanilla, but you’ll also notice hints of fruity lime blossom, floral lily of the valley, warm musk, and amber.