Konradsen Gregersen posted an update 1 month, 2 weeks ago
A large amount of people think grabbing some hand cream or body lotion would do just fine for a therapeutic massage, or worse (shudder) performing a "dry" massage. If you want this erotic massage to really reach the erotic point, you need real massage oil; something that will absorb a bit in to the skin, soften it, but also let you keep smooth, steady movements with your massage.
Additionally you want your massage essential oil to be a thing that you use only for erotic massage. You intend to get to the stage where you can take a whiff of the oil and also have your body ready to rumble. You want to head into the room the very next day, catch the merest leftover scent of the massage essential oil, and smile at the storage of everything you did in that room the night time before. You intend to put one small drop of that massage oil behind your hearing, so that when you and your partner are out on the city, at a party or a business meeting, maybe in a restaurant, he’ll catch the scent since it wafts past him, and travel him insane until he is able to allow you to get alone. Lubriderm cream won’t do that for you!
But let’s back up a little here, have a step back and look at the bigger picture.
A Brief History
Oils and aromatherapy have been around for a long time. Just try the Bible. Remember when Mary Magdalene anointed Jesus’ feet?
강남안마 was she applying essential oils, but was doing this through massage. Mary knew the energy of massage. It’s a way to relax, relieve stress, show fascination, and "rev the motor", so to speak.
Oils have been around a lot longer than Biblical times, though. About 2700 years prior to the birth of Christ, the Chinese were using herbs and burning oils.
The Egyptians used natural oils in the mummification process, after that eventually applied the same herbs and oils to everyday activity. In fact, Cleopatra applied the exotic and erotic Jasmine essential oil to distract Marc Antony during conferences (Ladies, take note!).
In India, practitioners of ayurveda, a form of medical therapy, employed the usage of aromatherapy and massage. Greeks used oils for aromatherapy, cosmetics, and medication. Romans utilized the oils after baths, and the Aztec got a vast array of herbs and plants. In 980 AD, in china and taiwan, the art of distilling alcohol consumption led to the development of extra modern-day perfumes.
Essential natural oils work in at several methods. First, and probably most obvious, is scent. The nose can be an incredible organ. Ever notice how a fleeting aroma wafting across the street can take you back in its history 20 years, to when you first encountered that smell? It is possible to recall that instant in time in vivid detail; much more detail, in fact, than a photograph could bring back. Maybe you have encountered a scent that reminded you of a person? Perhaps you have found yourself drawn to someone rather than known why, only to learn later it had been the scent they was wearing that aroused your interest? There are known reasons for that. The nose is directly hardwired to the brain.