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Where can I get a nice Massage Oil on the high street (do not suggest Ann Summers!)

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MascaraOHara Thu 26-Feb-09 16:52:06

I want to be able to just run into one shop as haven't got time to mooch round.. live in a fairly big town with all the big department stores as well as places like lush etc

any suggestions welcome - thanks

WowOoo Thu 26-Feb-09 16:53:20

Neal's Yard if you have one. get all my oils and stuff from there.

ToiletRollCover Thu 26-Feb-09 16:53:29

Boots do quite a nice one in the Sanctuary range

poppy34 Thu 26-Feb-09 16:53:44

neals yards stuff is like but if you've got an origins outlet or a clarins think I like their stuff best -its less greasy (ie nice enough for massage but not so oily it leaves a film)

MascaraOHara Thu 26-Feb-09 17:04:28

Don't like Origins scents.. will quickly see if any of the big departments do Neals Yard.. have deffo heard of it but maybe online.

Hadn't thought of Sactuary and clarins potentially a goer too..


ByTheSea Thu 26-Feb-09 17:06:06

Body Shop or another recommendation for Boots.

OldLadyKnowsNothing Thu 26-Feb-09 17:07:36

Buy almond oil from a chemist. My DH is a trained masseur and that's what he uses.

(You can add essential oils if you want it to smell nice.)

MascaraOHara Thu 26-Feb-09 17:08:46

I love almond oil.. use it on my nails/finger tips

AND - you lucky woman!!!

Mutt Thu 26-Feb-09 17:11:14

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

GetOrfMoiLand Thu 26-Feb-09 17:12:51

Lol at the thread title (NO Ann Summers).

No advice though.

OrmIrian Thu 26-Feb-09 17:14:12

Boots or Holland and Barrett. Sweet Almond Oil is good.

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