Every massage oil is best for a specific function, so you want to make sure that you are using them properly.
Written By Abigail Wise / Reviewed By Ray Spotts
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The avocado was first grown in Southern Mexico, enjoyed by Native Americans and cultivated by the Aztecs. Seeds of avocados, determined to be 10,000 years old, have been found in caves south of Mexico City. Throughout the sixteenth century, Spanish explorers to South and Central America made reference to these strange pears whose edible part is a paste similar to butter and noted the compatibility of the avocado with cheese.
If you're worried about the parabens and synthetic colors that may be lurking in your moisturizer, you'll be happy to know that there are alternatives that may be even better for your skin. Our bodies know exactly what they need, and in most cases, they produce it. That's why our bodies produce a natural oil to help keep the skin hydrated. But with changing weather and an increasingly toxic environment, our natural oils aren't always enough to do the trick. But have no fear because there are plenty of natural oil alternatives that work just...