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Befriend The Multiple Personalities Of Zum Oil.


Zum Oil is mucho oils in one. Mucho faces, characters, and personalities. It's nourishing, restoring, comforting, soothing, smoothing, absorbing, lubricating, satiating, monkeys love banana juice on wild yams - we threw in that last part to make sure you were still paying attention. As we were, Zum Oil, with all its oils, is good for deep massages and deep, deep moisturizing. And depending on the mood desired, we have a Zum Oil to match; Frankincense & Myrrh, Sea Salt, Grapefruit, Lavender-Lemon, and Rosemary-Mint. And now, on with the personalities of Zum Oil:

Sweet Almond Oil

– Coming straight from one of our favorite snacks, sweet almond oil relieves itching, irritation, and inflammation while softening, soothing, and smoothing dry skin. It is very lubricating, making it good as gold for massages and for protecting the surface of the skin.

Shea Butter

– Shea butter is made from the nuts of Shea trees (yep, that’s a thing). Great for moisturizing and repairing skin, all-natural shea butter is one of Zum Oil’s fave personalities.

Meadowfoam Seed Oil

- Outstanding oxidative stability. "Outstanding?" you question. Do you think we'd say "outstanding" and not mean it? A rich emollient, mild, stable oil, meadowfoam seed oil penetrates the skin without clogging pores before you can say "the oil that moisturizes the skin in ways no other oil can." Meadowfoam seeds actually come from the meadowfoam plant, a beautiful flower with white petals.

Sunflower Oil

- Excellent penetrating qualities and good spread-ability on the skin - the definition of a good massage oil. Its high vitamin E content makes it especially good for sensitive and dry skin. Sunflower oil comes directly from the sunflower seed.

Avocado Oil

- Yum. Not just for dipping anymore, the avocado makes oil that nourishes and restores dry, dehydrated, and mature skin. Avocado oil is made by separating the avocado pulp from its natural oils. It's high in vitamins A and E. It treats sun-damaged skin and absorbs down to the deep tissue.

Fractionated Coconut Oil

– Fractionated coconut oil is a lot like it sounds – it’s a part of the coconut plant that stays liquid at room temp, a bit different than the stuff you use in your kitchen, but oh so good for you. This sucker penetrates the skin very, very well for deep moisturizing, but doesn't clog pores or stain sheets. And the molecular structure of the fatty acids gives it an indefinite shelf life.

Hemp Oil

– Coming from the hemp seed, hemp oil smokes nearly every moisturizer out there. Moisturize, revive, and repair - these are its marching orders which it carries out to perfection, soothing damaged skin and sore muscles.

Now go get oily with your Lovey. #happyendings #massagemykale #getZum

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