Quickly, a few key points for our formula :
- Breasts are mostly made of fat cells and a network of ligaments, fibrous connective tissue, nerves, lymph vessels, lymph nodes, and blood vessels.
- They’re directly linked to hormonal balance.
- They’re affected by weight variations.
So, what we want is to :
- Tonify skin.
- Facilitate elimination of toxins.
- Stimulate blood and lymph circulation.
- Prevent stretch marks.
Bellis oil :
- stimulates micro-circulation,
- reduces lymph congestion,
Macadamia oil :
- fluid and not greasy, good massage oil,
- good for preventing stretch marks.
Grapeseed oil :
- good massage oil,
- emollient and softening.
Warning note : these oils are not suitable for you if you are allergic to any of the Asteraceae family of plants or to nuts.
- Macadamia oil – 44%
- Bellis oil – 30%
- Grapeseed oil – 25,90%
- Rosemary CO2 extract – 0,1%
Or for 50 grams :
- Macadamia oil – 22 gr.
- Bellis oil – 15 gr.
- Grapeseed oil – 12,95 gr.
- Rosemary CO2 extract – 0,05 gr.
- Disinfect your work table with alcohol or vodka.
- Disinfect your material and let it air dry.
- Weigh the oils and stir with a mini whisk or a glass rod.
- Add rosemary extract or vitamin E and stir.
- Pour into the bottle.
- Make a patch test 48 hours before use.
Our boobs oil smells faintly of nut. It absorbs nicely into the skin and doesn’t leave any greasy residue but it doesn’t absorb so fast that you don’t have the time to massage it. Skin is soft and supple afterwards.
Try not to skip it, it is as important as the oil. I link you to this guide by Banyan Botanicals and I’ll add another link below (it’s in French but images talk for themselves). Just do what you’re comfortable with.
Take care of yourself!
Breast Massage – Banyan Botanicals
An Ayurvedic Guide to Breast Health – Banyan Botanicals
J’ai testé l’atelier massage des seins à l’espace Weleda – Doctissimo.fr