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I'm still not sure if there's any difference between that and the stuff marketed as being for aromatherapy/massage, but we're happy with what we've got. It's more convenient than coconut oil and essentially fragrance free.
I use a masseuse, and she has told me somewhere in the past what the oil that she uses is, but I didn't need to catalog it in my mind at that moment, so I don't remember it.
If I can remember to do so, I'll ask her again next week during my regular visit. I'm sure that with Amazon, anything that she uses would be obtainable.
Do you have Amazon or an equivalent in Scotland, David?
There's plenty of choice on the market, the question is which of the many options are the ones worth trying?
Melt is run by a masseuse and he uses almond oil. Trouble is that lots of these things have a strong element of marketing behind them - lots of people genuinely don't notice the difference between the premium brands and the cheaper stuff. In some cases, it's even the same stuff but with different packaging. I suspect that with some of these oils, the aromatherapy version is the same stuff as the cooking version but in different packaging because no one who isn't from Aberdeen wants to admit saving money by using cooking oil for massage.
For the moment, we've tried coconut oil and almond oil and I think we prefer almond. We've also got some olive oil (which has been used for the purpose since biblical times) to try at some point.
Since I have this done early in the day and have to wear it most of the rest of the day, I can tell you that it isn't oily.
So, there you have it.