Hey there! Have you ever brought your Oleia oil to a massage appointment and have your masseuse use it instead of their regular oil? If you’ve been a long time user of the Oleia, you probably have. If not, giiiiirl (booooy?), your missing out. 😝 I love getting massages, as I’m in front of a computer all day, I get these knots in my back and shoulder frequently, and they hurt so bad. So me and my low pain tolerance hunker down for a session para basagin ang lamig----as frequent as I can. 😜
I mentioned my low pain tolerance for a reason as I absolutely cannot tolerate “hard” pressure during massages. I CANNOT 🙈 For pressure, I prefer the lightest of lights. I’m a baby like that. 😂 So how does the ate masseuse take care of my knots you say? It seems whenever I bring my Oleia bottle with me, it always go away with minimal pressure and quite easily. She’s always in awe of it whenever I come in, says it feels different than the oils they use. Heh, I know ate, thank you for noticing. 😏 With every knead and press, I feel the tensions slowly fading away to nothing--- the variant’s scent I chose for the day (most likely lavender) permeating the air and takes me away to dreamland as I relax and enjoy the 90 minutes (because 60 is bitin 😂) of bliss.
As the massage draws to a close, I awake from my relaxed state, muscles like jello wishing that my bottle of Oleia can transport me to bed too. LOL. 😆 I gingerly get up from the massage table and revel at the feeling. 😌 I should do this more than often, or maybe go to a place where they specialize and use the Oleia oils for massage? I know there’s a place for that. 😉 See you there! 💞 Show me your bottle and I’ll show you mine? ‘Til next time! 💋