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Aura Cacia Energize Aromatherapy Massage Oil is a natural and cruelty free massage oil that will glide over your skin and relax your muscles while providing a sense of calm and well-being.

Energize Massage Oil (4oz)

Aura Cacia Energize Massage Oil (4oz) is a specially designed oil that combines a variety of ingredients to soothe and relax your body.  Energize Massage Oil contains botanically derived vegetable oil, essential oils and vitamin E to moisturize the skin and provide it with powerful nutrients.   This product is suited for deep massages as it glides over skin and soothes the muscles; relaxing and rejuvenating them.  This product has the light fragrance of fresh fruit and mint to maximize a feeling of well-being while softening and giving your skin a natural suppleness that will last for hours.

100% Pure Botanical.  Cruelty Free.  Contains no Artificial Colors or Fragrances.

  • Soothing and Relaxing
  • Natural Fragrance
  • Moisturizes Skin

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Updated Nov. 03, 2010, about 10 years ago

SKU: AC0141
UPC: 051381885328
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*Not intended to diagnose or treat diseases or ailments, and is not reviewed by the FDA.

Uses & Indications.
  • Nourishing Skin
  • Improving Skin Tone
  • Calming Nerves
  • Stimulating Senses
  • Increasing Energy
  • Moisturizing Skin
Ailments & Concerns.
  • Fatigue
  • Rough Skin
  • Dull Skin
  • Dry Skin
  • Stress

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