I’m a massage person. I’ll pretty much let anyone rub down my back muscles as long as they don’t talk to me while they do it. One evening I attended a Pure Romance party for one of my friends. If you aren’t sure what that is, it’s an MLM party where they sell – well … sexy things.
And without giving you any other uncomfortable details I will say that I walked out of that party with a bottle of their Aura massage oil and I never looked back. This stuff is so smooth it is the perfect massage oil.
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Unfortunately, when you’re a massage person and you are also married to a massage person, you tend to run out of massage oil pretty quickly. And when I hopped online to snag another bottle I quickly remembered that $18 was pretty freaking steep for 3.5oz of oil.
I checked out the label and realized I could totally DIBY that. My finished version came in at about a third of the price – $6.03 in materials to be exact. I also love how I can pick my own fragrance, or use no fragrance if you find fragrances bothersome.
The ingredients are premium and will leave you feeling absolutely spoiled. So if you are looking for an incredibly smooth, silky massage oil for a wonderful night of relaxation, look no further! Make your own with this Pure Romance Auro Massage Oil Copycat Recipe.
So what’s in it?
To make your own, start by downloading the recipe!
Ingredients – Overview and Substitutions
Check out the different ingredients, their benefits, and acceptable substitutions. If you need any of these specific ingredients, feel free to click on the names of the oil you need to shop using our affiliate links!
|Safflower Oil||Rich in Omega 6 fatty acids and prevents moisture loss in the skin||Sunflower Seed Oil|
|Grapeseed Oil||Rich in beta-carotene and vitamins D C & E||Apricot Kernel Oil|
|Sweet Almond Oil||Incredibly gentle and largely hypoallergenic||Apricot Kernel Oil|
|Golden Jojoba Oil||Mimics sebum and balances oil levels in your skin||Babassu Oil|
The recipe is formulated with a usage rate of 12%. Please make sure to check your chosen fragrance oil’s usage rate and adjust the recipe if yours has a lower percentage.
IMPORTANT NOTE: If you are planning on using this as a sexual lubricant, please omit any fragrance oil. Better to be safe than sorry when it comes to your lady bits and mainstream fragrance oils are not formulated for the sensitive vaginal tissue. It can mess with your PH levels as well.
Vitamin E repairs free radical damage and is known to help improve skin elasticity, brown spots, and dryness. It is a very rare occurrence, but some people may experience minor skin irritation from the use of vitamin E. Always apply new skin products on a small spot of skin prior to regular use to test any possible reaction.
To store it you will need an 8oz amber bullet bottle. Dark walled bottles will help preserve the oils so stick with either amber or cobalt if you’re looking to stock up:
Ready to try your hand at it? Give it a go, grab a buddy and enjoy a nice massage!