At the time of doing an erotic massage there are different options of oil that we can use to make our hands slide with the necessary delicacy to make the receiver enjoy the massage. If you thought that all massage oils were the same in this post we will show you that there is quite a variety of them. Here we go.

Aromatic oils

This type of oil includes characteristic odors and are widely used in the world of aromatherapy. If the receiver of the massage is a person predisposed to enjoy different odors or we know that has a special predilection for one in particular we can use flavored oils when performing the massage. The aromatic oils are quite related to the essential oils (which we will see next) since many times to obtain a concrete aroma they use plants with natural ingredients.

Essential oils

Essential oils contain active plant ingredients to enhance the effects of the massage. For example to induce relaxation, excitement or work the muscles better. Some examples of essential oils are those made with fruit, nuts, citrics or aromatic herbs such as rosemary, mint and lavender. In addition essential oils provide the feeling of having a natural product, organic and made without toxic chemicals that many people like so much.

Essential oils

Neutral oils

Neutral oils are those that do not have either aroma or colour. An example of neutral oil (although it is not 100% neutral) is the baby moisturizing oil that can be found in supermarkets. The pH and composition of these oils is designed to moisturize and protect the skin, so they are perfect for those more delicate massages, bodies and skins.

Heat or cold effect oils

Hot or cold effect oils are designed to increase the sensations during a massage. In the case of oils with heat effect these are commonly used in the world of physiotherapy and therapeutic massage, as they are able to increase blood flow to the area where they are applied improving the effect of massage on the muscle. In the case of cold oils are also based on plants such as eucalyptus and peppermint, which further enhance the cooling effect.

Flavored Oils

Flavored Oils

There are also flavored oils for those who want to give their massage an explicitly more erotic touch. Flavored oils are made with a composition that does not make them toxic by ingestion, so both the person giving and the person receiving the massage can also enjoy the sense of taste. Flavored oils are usually made with a watery base, so they dry more often and you must apply more oil than with other types of products.