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This rich massage oil helps to relax the senses and ease away tensions. Made with sweet almond oil from Provence, it leaves skin supple and satiny.Made with 100% natural, soothing scent.
The distillation of essential oils is at the heart of L’OCCITANE. A process that captures the highest concentration of a plant’s benefits, it was many years ago in Provence that our Founder, Olivier Baussan, first distilled rosemary and lavender. Our new Aromachologie body care collection combines essential oils to offer effective products with proven well-being effectiveness.
This rich massage oil helps to relax the senses and ease away tensions. Made with sweet almond oil from Provence, it leaves skin supple, satiny and fragranced with a 100% natural scent.
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Since 1976 when rosemary was first distilled by our founder, Olivier Baussan, essential oils lie at the heart of L’OCCITANE research which creates formulas that combine their active ingredients with the benefits of their scents.
Our body care rituals contain Mediterranean essential oils and feature 100% natural scents which help to soothe or to revitalise body and mind.
Each of our hair care ranges contain a blend of five essentials oils brought together to act in perfect synergy to meet the needs of different hair types.
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1 - Pour a small amount onto your palms and rub your hands together to warm up the oil.2 - Massage your neck and shoulders: use your left hand to massage your right shoulder and the right side of your neck. Gently but firmly work your fingers in small circles, starting at the base of your skull and working down towards your shoulders. When you feel a knot, work it out in small circles with your fingers3 - Massage your arms: with long, flowing strokes, massage your arms with the opposite hand, from your wrists to your shoulders. Then, make smaller circular strokes all over your forearms and upper-arms4 - Massage your legs: glide your fingers over your legs, starting at your feet and working up to your thighs. Glide your fingers over your calves. Start with light motions, then slowly massage more firmly. Squeeze your muscles with one of your hands or massage them with your fists.
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