Easy massage techniques to get you feelin' good

When's the last time you took a few minutes out of your day to give your body some extra love? Try these easy relaxation techniques to ease stiff muscles, reduce stress, and improve circulation:


Massaging the scalp can increase blood flow to hair follicles to promote hair growth– and can also increase blood flow to the brain, improving cognitive function and mental clarity.
Scalp massages can also help to relax the muscles in the head and neck, reducing feelings of stress and tension, and even improving sleep quality.
Our Root Elixir is the perfect companion for scalp massages. Apply 6-10 drops directly to the roots of hair and massage in gently. Use 2-3 times a week. Especially beneficial during cold winter months when the scalp can feel extra dry!
  1. Start by using your fingertips to gently rub your scalp in circular motions. You can begin at the front of your head and work your way back, making sure to include the sides and the back of your head.

  2. Apply gentle pressure with your fingertips as you massage your scalp. You can gradually increase the pressure if it feels good, but be careful not to press too hard.

  3. Try different techniques to see what feels best for you. You can use your fingertips to rub in circular motions, or use a tapping motion to stimulate the scalp. You can also use your palms to massage your scalp in long strokes from front to back.

  4. Take deep breaths and allow yourself to fully relax during the massage. Close your eyes and focus on the sensation of your scalp being massaged.



Ever experience hormonal bloating or puffiness upon waking? Lymphatic drainage is a technique that can help to reduce swelling, puffiness, and fluid retention in the face by improving lymphatic circulation.



  1. Start by cleansing your face with a gentle cleanser to remove dirt, oil, or makeup.

  2. Apply a small amount of facial oil or moisturizer to your fingertips.

  3. Use your fingertips or a gua sha tool to gently massage your face in upward, circular motions. Start at the center of your forehead and move outwards towards your temples, using a light touch.

  4. Gently massage the area under your eyes, moving from the inner corner to the outer corner of each eye.

  5. Massage to the sides of your nose, moving outwards towards your cheeks, and then upward in circular motions towards your temples.

  6. Then massage your jawline, moving in upward, circular motions towards your ears and then down towards the neckline.

  7. Finally, massage the area under your chin, moving in downward motions towards the clavicle

Remember to use gentle pressure and avoid tugging or pulling at the skin. You can also use a jade roller or a gua sha tool to help improve lymphatic circulation and reduce puffiness in the face. If you have any underlying health conditions or concerns, it is best to consult with a healthcare professional before trying any new self-care techniques.


Renew Face Elixir is perfect for any skin type as it nourishes and lightly moisturizes with premium oils such as olive squalene and sunflower. Our facial oil blend sinks right in and nourishes from the outside leaving radiant supple skin.

Pro Tip: This formula is a gentle way to regulate sebum production in oily skin without oil-stripping agents that can further signal overproduction of your natural oils.


Massaging your neck and shoulders can be a great way to release tension and reduce stiffness, especially if you spend a lot of time sitting or working on a computer. Here are some simple steps to follow: 

  1. Sit comfortably with your back straight and your shoulders relaxed.

  2. Use your fingers to gently apply pressure to the base of your skull at the back of your neck. Slowly move your fingers down your neck towards your shoulders, applying gentle pressure and massaging in circular motions.

  3. Use your thumbs to apply pressure to the back of your neck, moving up and down in a slow, rhythmic motion.

  4. Roll your shoulders forward and backward, then use your hands to knead the muscles on either side of your spine.

  5. Use your fingertips to massage the muscles on the tops of your shoulders, moving in circular motions.

  6. Finally, use your hands to gently squeeze and knead the muscles on either side of your neck and shoulders, working your way down towards your arms.

Remember to take deep breaths and relax as you massage your neck and shoulders. If you experience any pain or discomfort, stop immediately and consult a healthcare professional.

Our Lavender Massage + Bath Oil is the perfect way to soothe away tension and stress. By adding a few drops to your bathwater, you can condition your skin and treat yourself to an array of fragrances that can invigorate your body or encourage restfulness. In addition to using it to massage tight neck and shoulders, the oil is also perfect for rubbing tired and aching feet and legs or using it to give your partner a soothing massage.