How to make edible massage oil?

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I enjoy making homemade personal care products, and even though I make a ton of them from scratch, I frequently overlook the ones that might assist create a romantic atmosphere. So this year, I committed to developing not just one but three different dishes that would improve your mood and make everyone around you happier. I present to you edible massage oil today. This edible massage oil is AMAZING. Depending on the flavour oils, they may be silky smooth and non-sticky, and they taste better than other edible adult goods you could purchase in stores. (Ahem, not that I’ve ever tried them.) This recipe is absurdly simple to prepare and even simpler to use.

I present to you edible massage oil today. This edible massage oil is AMAZING. Depending on the flavour oils, they may be silky smooth and non-sticky, and they taste better than other edible adult goods you could purchase in stores. (Ahem, not that I’ve ever tried them.) This recipe is absurdly simple to prepare and even simpler to use. You only need a container of oil and your creativity.

EDIBLE MASSAGE OIL Ingredients

  • 5 ounces of almond oil
  • 1 ounce of grape seed oil OR apricot kernel oil
  • 5 ounces of coconut oil, melted (these are the brands I use and love)
  • 1/2 teaspoon of your choice natural flavour oils
  • 1 tablespoon food-grade vegetable glycerin, optional…

EDIBLE MASSAGE OIL Ingredients

Directions

Thoroughly combine the coconut oil, grape seed oil, apricot kernel oil, and almond oil in a glass mixing bowl. Ideally, you should do this using a wooden spoon. Add your preferred natural flavouring oil. Mix well, then taste to see whether you like it. Add more if necessary. If used, blend everything once more after adding the vegetable glycerin. Pour the mixture into a glass jar or another previously used squeeze container (like a squeezy condiment bottle). Before using, reheat your edible massage oil in its container in a warm water bath.

Notes

Use the glycerin to produce a warming effect without submerging the mixture in water. As you rub the glycerin into the skin, it will warm up. In my perspective, it kind of cranks things up a notch. Four ounces of edible massage oil are produced by this recipe. Your edible massage oil does not require refrigeration and has two to three months of shelf life.

  1. Formula for Edible Body Oil with Vanilla and Chocolate for Massage

This recipe for edible body oil is tasty to the core! Your skin will taste and smell like a chocolate treat and be ideal for a private massage. All skin types can use this simple massage oil mixture, which has 3 to 6 months of shelf life.

Edible Massage Oil Ingredients:

  • 1 ounce (30 mL) melted coconut oil
  • 1 ounce (30 mL) jojoba oil
  • 2 teaspoons (5 grams) of cacao nibs
  • 1⁄2 vanilla bean pod

Instructions for Making Edible Body Oil:

Cut the vanilla bean pod open. Scrape out the inside seeds after that. You can save these to use in baking later.

Now pour the melted coconut oil and jojoba into a mason jar that has been sanitized. The cacao nibs and vanilla bean pods should be mixed with the oil.

To give the body oil taste and smell, warm infuse the cacao nibs, vanilla bean, and other fragrant ingredients into the coconut and jojoba oils. (In Natural Homemade Skin Care, you may learn more about how to make herbal-infused oils.)

How to Use Edible Massage Oil:

Because the ingredients are entirely edible and skin-safe, you may use this edible body oil from head to toe and anywhere else on your body. You may lubricate and massage your partner’s genitalia with this tasty massage oil. Coconut oil can damage latex condoms. Hence it should not be used with them.

The ideal carrier for edible massage oil

Since coconut oil doesn’t absorb the skin immediately, I frequently use it for massage. Lighter oils, such as grapeseed and rosehip seed oil, seep into the skin more rapidly, making it challenging to massage with them without continually applying more. Sweet almond oil is an attractive choice for an edible massage oil since it has a mild, sweet aroma and a medium absorption rate. Because unrefined coconut oil is solid at room temperature, you must keep the mixture in a jar if you use it.

Are There Any Additional Uses for Edible Body Oil?

This edible body oil recipe may be worn as a natural perfume and for massage. Vanilla is a mood enhancer and aphrodisiac. Additionally, it warms and clings to the skin. As a result, this massage oil is lovely to use as a seductive scent at any time of day.

Alternatively, add this edible body oil mixture to a bath for a soothing treat for yourself.

Are There Any Additional Uses for Edible Body Oil

Alternately, use it to create solid lotion bars or a homemade body butter recipe. You may achieve this by simply substituting the carrier oil specified in any current recipe for the edible massage oil.

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