Deep Tissue Massage Cream Recipe

Deep Tissue Massage Cream Recipe

Enriched with Vitamins E & B5

740 grams


Makes four 4 oz. jars


How to Make Massage Cream




Part A


8.5%     Polawax                                63 grams



4.5%     Stearic Acid                           33 grams



3.0%     Shea Butter Refined 
            or Organic Refined                 
22 grams


7.0%     Almond Oil Sweet                    52 grams
6.0%     Avocado Oil Refined                 44 grams


5.0%     Glycerin                                37 grams



3.0%     Jojoba Oil Golden                    22 grams



0.5%     Sea Buckthorn Oil                    4 grams






Part B



60%      Water – Boiling Hot               444 grams






Part C



1.0%     Optiphen Plus Preservative        8 grams



0.5%     Vitamin E D-Alpha Tocopherol    4 grams



0.5%     Panthenol Pro-Vitamin B5          4 grams



0.5%     Fragrance Oil or Essential Oil     4 grams









1. Measure out Part A into a microwave-safe bowl and stir to mix.
2. Slowly pour Part B into Part A and gently stir to mix and fully combine all ingredients.  Continue stirring until all the emulsifiers have melted and no little flakes remain. Use additional heating if required.
3. Continue to stir occasionally to ensure even cooling and emulsion.
4. Once product has reached below 45’ Celsius, add all of Part C.
5. Add Essential Oil or Fragrance Oil to desired scent level.
6. Stir well to ensure all ingredients are evenly dispersed in the product and package into jars. Product will not reach final thickness until completely cool.
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