Arnica Massage Oil 100ml

Item No. 106111
Ideal for massage before and after sports, to keep the muscles warm and flexible. Sunflower seed and olive oils intensively soften the skin, while extract of organic arnica flower has a warming effect, relieving the tight, sore feeling of hard working muscles. The addition of birch leaves supports the skin's natural functions, soothes and tones, the ideal partner for a new exercise regime.
Price
£16.95
including VAT
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Description
Used by athletes and sports masseurs, our totally natural Arnica Massage Oil warms and strengthens, nourishing skin and warming muscles. Apply before or after exercise to help stimulate a healthy blood flow and to relax muscles so protecting against cramps, muscle tension and soreness. Extracts of arnica blossom and birch leaves help the skin feel stronger, maintaining elasticity and stimulates natural regeneration. Invigorating rosemary, combined with relaxing lavender create a perfect balance of essential oils. Dermatologically tested and skin-kind.

Suitable for Vegans.

Ingredients: 
"Helianthus Annus (Sunflower) Seed Oil, Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil, Fragrance (Parfum)*, Arnica Montana Flower Extract, Betula Alba Leaf Extract, Limonene*, Linalool*, Geraniol*, Coumarin*. *from natural essential oils"

For massage, apply the oil to dry skin. Apply to slightly damp skin for faster absorption. Do not apply to broken skin.

Try Arnica Sports Shower Gel for an invigorating boost of freshness after sport.
Specifications
Web Description Arnica Massage Oil 100ml
Reviews (1)
  • A Must Have.
    I suffer with chronic pain and muscle fatigue from running and could not be without this in my cupboard. The oil is easy to warm up and has a really nice smell (I think) but the most important thing is the relief it provides from aches and pains. Put it on in the evening and leave it on overnight and by the morning my legs feel like new again (which says a lot given the damage they have!). Would recommend to anyone with chronic pain, neurological pain or who trains regularly.
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