August 12, 2022


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The Best Massage Oils for 2022


We like our massage oils like we do the rest of our body care: Cleaner than average, deliciously scented, and immaculately formulated. Just because it’s for a massage—deep tissue or not—doesn’t mean you should skimp on skin-soothing ingredients or a perfume-worthy scent. Below, the very best massage oils to stock up on ahead of time, for when the moment strikes.

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You’ll be tempted to dab on this natural massage oil as perfume—and we won’t stop you. It is scented with a classic and sensual mix of bergamot, ylang ylang, and jasmine.



Apricot Body Oil

Eminence Organic Skin Care

If it’s a hit with Dermstore shoppers, you know it has to be good. This chic and pink body oil is nut-free, too, relying instead on apricot kernel oil and other moisturizers to keep skin plump and smooth. 


Great Deal

Sweet Almond Oil

Now Foods’s no-nonsense, wear-everywhere body oil is made with just one ingredient: 100 percent sweet almond oil. 



De-Stress Massage Oil

Created by the skincare wizards over at Elemis, this sweet almond massage oil is a relaxing and soothing body treatment you’ll want to indulge in every day.


Clean Pick

Everyday Oil

Do you religiously read ingredient lists? Get ready to meet your new favorite oil. Everyday Oil’s namesake blend is simple, calling on the power of organic coconut, olive, and argan oils. 



Aromachologie Neutral Massage Body Oil

This L’Occitane massage oil is specifically formulated without a heavy fragrance—so you can customize its base with your own essential oils. (Or, go scent-free.)


Massage Candle

Come Upstairs Massage Candle

Leave Sunday Riley’s subtly sexy massage candle on your nightstand—it’ll do all the flirting for you. It doesn’t hurt that it smells like fresh-cut flowers and honey.



Resilience Body Oil

This pregnancy-safe blend is made with so many oils your skin will love—jojoba, meadowfoam seed, sunflower—plus a relaxing lavender essential oil scent. 

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