Almond oil is thought to affect human physiology, and has purported benefits to reduce blood pressure. Almond mediums are also thought to provide skin benefits with skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis. Some even purport that it can relieve muscle pains and soreness. It's no wonder that almond oil is a popular choice for professional massage therapy service.
Practitioners can also find massage products manufactured with almonds in the form of lotions and creams, which may feel less sticky or greasy to the client.
While providing a massage medium such as almond oil, lotion or cream can deliver many health benefits for your massage client, it could also feel uncomfortable, especially if the client does not shower after their massage therapy service. Practitioners may want to wipe any excess almond oil with a dry or wet towel from the client's skin prior to the client's table dismount or getting dressed, to prevent the client from staining their clothes.
Always remove all massage mediums including oil, creams, lotions or gels from a client's feet prior to allowing the client to stand. This can help ensure that the client will not slip in their shoes or on the floor when their feet are less slippery. Using a nice hot towel is a wonderful method to remove a massage medium, plus deliver the thermal therapy benefits from the heat itself to a client's feet.
When using almond in an oil form, it is best to keep oils in “tinted” amber or cobalt glass bottles. This will help preserve an almond oil's shelf life when it is protected from light.
When using oils, they should always be stored in a cool dry dark place at room temperature, anywhere between 50 to 74 degrees fahrenheit to help prolong the massage medium's shelf life and slow the process of an almond oil becoming rancid.
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