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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Many don't know that the popular, well-known sunflower has more uses than just its pretty, colorful aesthetic. Native to America, the oil that can be extracted from the plant has been used for eons. While some may be unfamiliar with its use in cooking cuisine, it has also been known to be used externally because of its emollient properties. There are numerous nutritional components to the oil that make it healthy and effective - namely the lecithin and vitamins A, D and E.