We are all ready to mix and mingle or rekindle the romance with ourselves or with a partner we share a bed with. It's time to give yourself or someone you love some sexual healing with essential oils.  Who can say no to a sensual, slippery healing message our remedy to calm you down in these stressful times. 

This Weeks Sexy Self Care Kit

This Sexy Saturday is dedicated to the medicine that is sex.  Many healers, including myself, consider sex to be medicine for the body and soul. Why do you think people joke that when someone is a miserable person, they need sex? 

The art of seduction is knowing what she really wants and slowly giving it to her in a way that takes her breath away


Where do you think the phrase lady of the evening came from. In the time of Mesopotamia, prostitutes have been considered healers and their profession was not sinful.  This is where I believe the birth of essential oils started. 

 Femmine Love and Sex Healer

Women, through time, have always used oils for beauty rituals.  To make their partners relax after a great message with their own love concoctions. I bet many ladies of the night gave massages to the soldiers returning from a battle who needed a little TLC. 

Essential Oils have healing properties, and different oils heal different things that also include love.  If you want to attract love or give love, these are the essential oils you will need to mix your sexual healing potion.  You can buy or mix your own blend here is your how-to guide. 

Sexual Healing with Aromatherapy

Essential oils are a soul boosting therapy which also has healing essences.  The sense of smell is arguably the most underestimated sense we have. Aromas can trigger pleasant memories, and let's bring that back for yourself and the ones you love. 


The ancients understood the connection between the mind-body in health and well being. The ancient Egyptians honoured their god using a variety of incenses and oils.  The preparation of which was very ritualized and held deep meaning.

You can buy an already mixed essential oil that you can put directly on the skin, or you can mix your own by diluting them. You should create the concoction by diluting it with a carrier oil.  For extra pleasure, mix it with an edible carrier oil. 

Tisserand Aromatherapy 

The brand Tisserand Aromatherapy has sleuth of oils which I am coveting at the moment. You can start with the Total De-Stress Bath oil, then move on to the massage and body oil with Geranium, orange and Nutmeg. These are great when you cannot shut off, and want to go to sleep peacefully; these are wonderful. 

In a skin-pampering base of Sesame and Jojoba, Total De-Stress Massage and Body Oil are rich in nourishing vitamins, antioxidants and Omega 6 and 9 fatty acids. For when life is hectic, and your mind is overcrowded.

This comforting blend combines 100% natural pure essential oils of Sweet Orange, balancing Geranium and warming Nutmeg to help reduce feelings of anxiety and bring a sense of calm.

They also have a magnificent selection of Organic Pure Essential Oils that you can use in a diffuser or mix with your relax and love concoction. It allows you to set the ambience for your self-care or sexual healing séance.  Expertly sourced from around the world, and bottled with care at their fragrant laboratory in Sussex, their highest quality 100% natural pure essential oils are brimming with powerful properties for mind and body.

A  few of my favourites is Tea Tree Oil, Lemon, Bergamot and Eucalyptus. 

Key Properties:

  • Uplifting for the mood
  • An effective immune booster
  • Cleanses the air – great for deterring germs and bad smells
  • Boost immune system
  • Clear the energy
SKINIRVANA Pure Bliss Beauty Oil
SKINIRVANA Pure Bliss Beauty Oil Sexy Saturday

SKINIRVANA Pure Bliss Beauty Oil can be used in place of your daily moisturizer for morning and evening application.  I also drop some in my own essential oils concoction. It has so many nourishing and healing properties in their mixture you have to make a ritual out of it. Warm the oil in your hands and meditate with good intentions, smell the aroma then massage it into the face and body if you want.

The trio of 'wonder oils' (Juniperberry, Neroli and Rose) in SKINIRVANA Pure Bliss Original formula, combine to detox, rebalance and rehydrate the skin. This luxurious beauty oil works to regenerate the skin and heal any damage from exposure to environmental toxins, as well as the natural ageing process. 

Tropic SERUM

Tropic has serums that you can also add to your potion a few drops, to revitalize the skin and your emotions.  I recommend trying the RAINFOREST DEW HYDRATION SERUM. Bring the rich, renewing moisture of the rainforest to your skincare routine with this soothing, lightweight serum, packed with super-hydrating plant extracts to leave your skin with a dewy, youthful bounce.

Sexy Saturday Tropic SERUM


The  GLOW BERRY BRIGHTENING SERUM a powerful blend of super-brightening berries and highly effective plant extracts to banish hyperpigmentation and give you radiant, younger-looking skin. The FRUIT PEEL RESURFACING SERUM is created for those with lacklustre, rough and uneven skin texture, this restorative overnight serum resurfaces the top layer of your skin. It refines pores to reveal a brighter, more youthful-looking complexion by morning. Achieve the transformative results of a chemical peel using only naturally derived ingredients!

Absolute Aromas

Absolute Aromas Sexy Saturday

Absolute Aromas pride themselves on having such a comprehensive and high-quality range of over 140 Essential Oils! They have all the essential oils for our love potion. You will need Rose Absolute, Rosemary, Lavender, and Patchouli. 

Douvall's Organic Argan Oil
Douvall's Organic Argan Oil Sexy Saturday

Douvall's cold-pressed Multitasking 100% Pure Eco-Certified Organic Argan oil moisturizer known as liquid gold in Morocco.  It is fast-absorbing, lightweight, extremely high in vitamin E, essential fatty acids and antioxidants, which deeply hydrates, nourishes and repairs the skin, can reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Regular application can deliver significant restorative and age-defying effects. 

Light enough to use as a day and night cream, as well as a deeply nourishing, powerful and replenishing moisturizer for the body.  Suitable for all skin types. Working with a women's co-operative in Morocco. Chemical-free, fragrance-free, no preservatives. This can also be used as a carrier oil. So now that you have all my suggestions let's get to mixing your sexual healing potions. 

What are carrier oils?

Carrier oils and essential oils are made from plants. Carrier oils are used to dilute essential oils and "carry" them to your skin. That's because essential oils are potent and can cause irritation when applied directly to your skin.

Most carrier oils are unscented or lightly scented and don't interfere with an essential oil's therapeutic properties. They may be used alone or with other oils to nourish your skin.

Coconut oil

Coconut oil is an edible oil made from the meat of mature coconuts. It's available in refined or unrefined varieties.

Unrefined coconut oil comes from fresh coconut meat. It's not processed with chemicals and retains its coconut aroma and flavour.

Uses: Coconut oil contains skin-nourishing fatty acids and polyphenols, which make it an excellent carrier oil for massage oils and skin care preparations.

Jojoba oil

Jojoba oil comes from the seeds of the jojoba plant. It has a delicate, nutty aroma. Technically, jojoba isn't an oil, but a wax with powerful moisturizing properties. It's thought to closely mimic sebum, the skin's natural oil.

Using jojoba oil may help reduce the skin's oil production in acne-prone people by making the skin think it's produced enough oil.

Uses: Jojoba oil absorbs quickly in the skin and doesn't clog pores. This makes it an excellent carrier oil option for massage oils, facial moisturizers, and bath oils.

Apricot Kernel Oil

Apricot kernel oil is made from apricot seeds, also known as kernels. It's an emollient oil high in fatty acids and vitamin E. It absorbs quickly into the skin and has a slightly sweet, nutty scent. You can buy edible apricot kernel oil or apricot kernel oil for cosmetic use only.

Uses: Apricot kernel oil is thought to help soften and calm irritated, itchy skin. Use it as a carrier oil to make massage oils, bath oil, and hair care preparations.

Sweet Almond Oil

Sweet almond oil has a strong, nutty aroma. It's an edible oil made from the kernels of sweet almonds. The oil is lightweight and absorbs quickly, and is an excellent moisturizer for dry skin.

It's also used in general aromatherapy, but its strong scent may mask an essential oil's aroma.

Uses: Sweet almond oil is one of the most popular carrier oils for skincare. It's excellent in massage oils, bath oils, and soaps.

Olive oil

Olive oil comes from pressed olives. It's best known as a healthy, edible oil with a fruity aroma, but it's also used in aromatherapy as a carrier oil.

Extra-virgin olive oil is the preferred variety for aromatherapy and skincare preparations. Olive oil's scent may interfere with the smell of some essential oils.

Uses: It's packed with fatty acids and plant sterols, which make it great for cleansing and moisturizing dry skin. Use olive oil as a carrier oil for massage, facial cleansers, hair care, and homemade soaps.

Argan oil

Argan oil is made from kernels found inside the fruit of argan trees, which are native to Morocco. The oil is edible and is traditionally used to nourish the body inside and out. It has a nutty aroma and is rich in vitamins A and E, and monounsaturated fatty acids.

Uses: Argan oil can help treat dry skin and hair, wrinkles, and skin inflammation. This makes it a terrific carrier oil for general skincare and massage oils. 

Rosehip oil

Rosehips are the seeds of the Rosa rubiginosa bush or the Rosa moschata bush. The flowers of both bushes look different from traditional roses. When these flowers die and drop their petals, the rosehip is left behind. Rosehip oil is pressed from rosehips.

Rosehip oil doesn't smell like a rose, though. It has a nutty, earthy scent.

Uses: Rosehip oil is high in vitamins A, and C. Vitamin A is a natural retinoid that helps fight to age, and both vitamins can help reverse the effects of the sun on your skin. Use it as a carrier oil for dry skin remedies, massage oils, and moisturizers.

Black seed oil

Black seed oil is made from the Nigella sativa plant. Although it's lesser-known than other carrier oils, it's richTrusted Source with unsaturated and saturated fatty acids. It's also thought to have anti-inflammatory abilities.

Uses: Black seed oil is often used as a folk remedy to soothe skin conditions, including eczema, acne, and psoriasis. With this in mind, it's an excellent choice for facial care, massage oils, and general skincare.

Grape Seed Oil

Grapeseed oil comes from grape seeds. It's a byproduct of the winemaking process. It's rich in vitamin E, a nutrient thought to heal the skin and reduce wrinkles, although scientific research is inconsistent.

Uses: Grapeseed oil is lightweight, easily absorbed by the skin, and has a neutral scent. It's a suitable carrier oil to use with essential oils to make body oils and massage oils.

Avocado oil

Avocado oil is a dense, thick, edible oil made from avocado fruit. It has a nutty aroma.

Avocado oil is high in oleic acid, a monounsaturated fatty acid thought to help dry, damaged skin.

Uses: This can be an excellent carrier oil for dry skin remedies and body creams — unless you're dealing with acne. Avocado oil may increase sebum production, so if your skin is acne-prone, check with your dermatologist before use.

Sunflower oil

Sunflower oil is an edible oil extracted from sunflower seeds. It has a neutral odour. The oil is said to act as a skin barrier against toxins and germs that cause infection, making it an excellent choice for irritated skin.

Uses: It's thought to help soften skin, moisturize skin, and soothe irritation, so add this carrier oil to your massage oils or use for general skincare.

How to mix carrier oil with essential oils

When diluting essential oils with a carrier oil, it's vital to follow these dilution guidelines.

For adults:

  • 2.5 per cent dilution: 15 drops essential oil per 6 teaspoons carrier oil
  • 3 per cent dilution: 20 drops essential oil per 6 teaspoons carrier oil
  • 5 per cent dilution: 30 drops essential oil per 6 teaspoons carrier oil
  • 10 per cent dilution: 60 drops essential oil per 6 teaspoons carrier oil

For children:

  • .5 to 1 per cent dilution: 3 to 6 drops essential oil per 6 teaspoons carrier oil

Always store carrier oils in a cool, dark place, preferably in the refrigerator. You should also keep them in the dark glass bottle.

The Love Potion

Love comes in many forms from romantic, sexual and passionate to parental, familial and even friendly. No matter what type of love you are looking to attract these oils can attract the right kind of love into your life. So start mixing your private prescription sexual healing oil. 

Simple Love Potion

5 drops rose oil

5 drops lavender oil 

1/2 cup (120) carrier oil

Sexy Lingerie

Now its time to get hot put on some sexy lingerie, grab your whip and start rubbing the oil onto your own body or your partners. Your recipe to give, attract and loving yourself.  You can use these sexual healing mixtures to deal with sexuality, drawing love to you, sparking romance, and growing friendships. Wear them as perfume or give massages. 

When making your oils make sure that you also include your intention, why are you putting this on your own body or someone else's? Shake your mixture and focus on the intent for each oil before applying. This focus adds mental energy to the blend. Start the ritual by anointing the forehead and temples. Something that we all need right now.  If you have any of your own tips, please share. If there is a sex topic, you want us to discuss drops us a comment below.  Now go have more sex on us.  It is the medicine we all need to make us smile and stop being so bitchy. 

Posted 
May 9, 2020
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