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You can say that Grapeseed Oil certainly has endured the test of time. Grapeseed Oil has not only existed for over 6000 years; it actually is referred to in the Old Testament as an ingredient in Pulse, a dish the prophet Daniel liked eating for health purposes. Over the years, European healers used it to treat eye and many skin diseases as well as a range of health and digestive disorders.

Today, Grapeseed Oil continues to enjoy widespread use, most notably in skin care products because it is rich in vitamin E and antioxidants that ward off free radicals that lead to skin aging.  Grapeseed Oil locks in moisture, so it makes the skin feel more supply and smooth.  And since it has quick absorption, it doesn’t leave a greasy residue, making it ideal as a moisturizer and for use in massage products. Grapeseed Oil can be used on all skin types, including sensitive skin that often reacts to other kinds of oils.

You’ll find Grapeseed Essential Oil in the following BIOTONE Products

 

                                    Inner Peace Treatment

Help clients achieve a state of inner peace with a gentle exfoliation and calming wrap that incorporates a blend of essential oils that provide a place of restful relaxation. A massage

with Relaxing Therapeutic Massage Creme completes the treatment and leaves skin soothed and hydrated.

 

Ingredients

• Micro-Buff Body Polish ................................................ 2 oz

• Black Baltic Body Mud ................................................ 4 oz

• Peace Balancing Blend .......................................45 drops

• Relaxing Therapeutic Massage Creme ......................1 oz

 

Supplies

• 3 rubber spa bowls

• Plastic Wrap

• 9 warm, moist hand towels

 

Instructions

1 .Mix Micro-Buff Body Polish with 15 drops of Peace Balancing Blend.

2. Mix Black Baltic Body Mud with 30 drops of Peace Balancing Blend.

3. Apply and exfoliation treatment with the Micro-Buff Body Polish.

4. Apply Black Baltic Body Mud in an even layer to each part of the body, while quickly covering each area with plastic wrap. Cover client with a towel to keep warm.

5. Allow client to rest 15-20 min. This is an ideal time to incorporate an add-on face or foot massage.

6. Remove plastic wrap, remove as much mud as possible. Remove remaining mud with warm, moist towels. Cover exposed damp skin with a bath towel.

7. Perform a finishing treatment with Relaxing Therapeutic Massage Creme.