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Prime Alternatives water dispersible massage oil 2 Litre pack

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This great water dispersible massage oil twin pack contains 2 x 1 Litre pump bottles and has been especially created for the professional massage therapist.

What makes Prime Alternatives water dispersible massage oil different?

Prime Water dispersible massage oil does not contain rice bran oil found in most other water dispersible massage oils. Rthe ice bran oil causes an unpleasant smelly 'fish and chip' like cooking oil smell.

This product has been especially created for the professional massage therapist. Water dispersible massage oils are popular because they not only increase the life of towels considerably, but also reduce the possibility of towels catching fire in the dryer.

Water dispersible massage oil contains: High Oleic Sunflower Oil, Capric Caprylic Triglyceride, Polysorbate 85 (Oil dispersant), Vitamin E.

You can test the dispersibility of this massage oil by adding a few drops to a glass of warm water and shake - it will turn white - as it emulsifies the massage oil. Adding normal washing powder to the wash removes the massage oil from the towel.


Benefits include:
- Equal to or better than other massage oils including almond or apricot kernel oils
- Accepts essential oils as required
- Washes out of cotton towels and sheets, thus minimising the risk of fire
- Clients find that the massage oil washes off in the shower after the massage without using soap and leaves a beautiful sensual feel on the skin
- Extends the normal life of towels

Best of all - it is very well priced and works out to only $15.50 per 1L bottle and it includes a dispensing pump unlike other brands

Works best on 100% cotton towels and sheets provided you do not skimp on the wash detergent - you can use cold water but a warm wash is always best. Sometimes massage therapists leave their unwashed towels for several days and eventually when they run out of clean towels put them in the wash - but remember you must have sufficient detergent.
Other two warnings are: 1. Sheets containing polyester do not let all the oil release from the fibre. 2. If it is decided to use chlorine to sanitise the towels, they should be washed first and then use chlorine, rinse and dry - do not use chlorine first because water dispersible oil and chlorine react.