Massage Lotions

Massage Lotion – Organic Body Massage Lotions Wholesale

Massage lotion is an essential lubrication agent for a broad range of massage modalities. Massage lotions penetrate the skin, providing hydration and softness. Organic body massage lotions often contain beneficial vitamins and other ingredients that can replace lost moisture, repair damaged skin, and heal skin conditions. Brands include Biotone, TheraPro, Massage FX, Lotus Touch, Soothing Touch, Bon Vital and more. Massage Warehouse offers a wide range of the best massage lotions and other massage therapy products at the lowest prices guaranteed. See our 110% Price Match Guarantee! Read More Read Less

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Massage Lotions

Massage Lotion FAQ:

What are massage lotions?

Massage Lotions:
Massage lotions are used when you would like the medium to reduce friction, but also absorb quickly. These are pumpable and are widely used across many of the more common modalities. Usually comprised of combinations of oils, the largest ingredient is usually water. This makes a massage lotion a good choice if massage laundry staining is a concern. Massage lotions provide a nice glide, but also absorb enough to provide the ability to perform deep tissue work as well.

Massage Lotion Examples:
Lotus Touch Organics Massage Lotion

5 Star Customer Review by ZenBodywork
I love Lotus Touch organic lotion and cream! I have used them in my massage practice for over 6 years and have great results when combining the lotion and cream for massages. The lotion provides great lubrication with appropriate friction and absorbs well into the client's skin without leaving a residue. Also, this lotion contains no nut oils, which is crucial when working with clients with allergies.

Soothing Touch Lavender Lotion

5 Star Customer Review by Bandie
When I had to go into therapy myself, for a back injury during massage school, the therapist who worked on me used this lotion. The scent is a wonderful relaxer, it makes the hardest therapy session end feeling like a relaxation massage. I've used this lotion ever since then. My skin is very sensitive, but I've never broken out or had my hands feel sore after using this lotion, which is impressive - I've had reactions to hypoallergenic lotions before. The glide is excellent (even for hairy clients) and two pumps last throughout my work on each body part area. However, once I'm done working with it, this lotion absorbs into the skin soon after for a less "greasy" feeling. This is my favorite product to use for massage!

How to choose a massage lotion based on massage modality?

Massage Lotions are best for these modalities. Swedish Massage, Maternity Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Sports Massage, Aromatherapy Massage, Multi-Therapy Massage, Hot and Cold Stone Massage, On-Site Chair Massage, Acupressure and Reflexology.

What is the best massage lotion?

Massage Warehouse carries a wide range of massage lotions brands including Massage FX®, Therapro, Lotus Touch, Soma, Biotone, Bon Vital, Soothing Touch, Amber, Earthlite and more.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What is massage lotion?

Lotions are used when the modality calls for reduced friction and quick absorption. Most are pumpable, and easily warmed making them the lubricant of choice for many common modalities. Usually composed of multiple oils, the largest ingredient is typically water. Massage lotions are traditionally non-staining, making cleaning towels and table linens a cinch.

Is oil or lotion better for massages?

All massage lubricants have their advantages and disadvantages. Selecting the right one for you is based on a number of factors including massage technique employed and client or therapist preference. Massage lotion provides hydration to the skin, often contains beneficial vitamins and mineral compounds, and can repair damaged skin. This lubricant is perfect for full body massage and in situations where fully moisturized skin is the main goal. Lotions however, also tend to contain more synthetic chemicals and feel cold when applied to the skin if not previously warmed.

Oils tend to protect the skin’s lipid barrier helping to retain moisture but will not add moisture; they offer extended glide time for longer treatments; and are simple to warm just by rubbing between hands. Oils are highly customizable. Therapists can easily create new client experiences just by adding a few drops of essential oils to their favorite massage oil. Conversely, oil’s slick quality can make for a slipping hazard if spilled and many clients are adverse to the greasy feeling some oils leave behind.

What is the difference between creams and lotions?

The words ‘creams’ and ‘lotions’ are often used interchangeably in common vernacular. To massage therapists, however, creams and lotions are quite different. Both lubricants are a mix of water and a thickening agent such as wax or emulsifiers; and both offer decent absorption rates. The difference is in the ratio of water to oil in each product. As creams contain a higher concentration of oil, they offer a longer workability and are better suited for soothing extremely dry skin and for treatments that require extended time. Lotions offer a shorter working time, and as a result, less glide, but quicker absorption rate.

What are the benefits of using Massage Lotion?

Massage lotions are preferred for numerous modalities. Lotions are easy to warm and penetrate the skin, providing hydration and softness. Benefits include younger looking, well-moisturized skin; infusion of beneficial vitamins and compounds, such as vitamin D, aloe vera, shea butter, vitamin E, and keratin; and the ability to heal skin conditions and repair damaged skin.

For which modalities should I choose massage lotion?

Massage lotion can be used for many modalities including Swedish Massage, Maternity Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Sports Massage, Aromatherapy Massage, Multi-Therapy Massage, Hot and Cold Stone Massage, On-Site Chair Massage, Acupressure and Reflexology.

What are the best brands of Massage Lotion?

Massage Warehouse carries a wide range of lotion brands including Massage FX, Therapro, Lotus Touch, Soma, Biotone, Bon Vital, Soothing Touch, Amber, Earthlite and more.

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