I had an old oil that smelled great, and I bought this to replace it. It doesn't smell bad, but it also just doesn't smell at all. Great if you want to mix it with your own essential oils but not the sweet almond smell I was hoping for.
It does go on very smooth. I think it would make a great massage oil. I was hoping to use it to moisturize my dry legs, though, and it doesn't absorb very thoroughly. I'll probably mix this with some lavender oil and use it for massages in the future.
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Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
To create your own customized facial massage blend, add up to 2 drops of Tisserand pure essential oil to 10mls (two teaspoons) of blending oil. For body massage, add up to 5 drops of essential oil. The appearance of this oil may change as the temperature varies. If this occurs, its therapeutic properties will not be affected. Best kept cool.