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NOVEMBER | DECEMBER 2021

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Creating an aromatic "summer" ambiance for your clients during winter's doldrums can put a whole new twist on their massage experience. Craft some of these recipes as holiday gifts for your clients, or sell them as products clients can gift someone else. Be creative and your guests will appreciate it! Jeff St. Peters is senior manager of product development at Universal Companies, a supplier of massage and skin care products. Recognized by American Spa magazine with the Professional's Choice Award and Favorite Distributor of the Year, Universal Companies is proud to have a team of experienced spa advisors on staff to consult with professionals about spa products and supplies, including ingredients, equipment, and retail. For more information, visit universalcompanies.com. Ocean What You'll Need • Lemon essential oil • Eucalyptus Globulus essential oil • Vetiver essential oil Diffuser: Fill your diffuser with water. For every 1 ounce of water, add 10 drops of lemon, 5 drops of eucalyptus, and 2 drops of vetiver. Massage Oil, Cream, or Lotion: Mix 4 ounces of unscented oil, cream, or lotion with 5 drops of lemon, 2 drops of eucalyptus, and 1 drop of vetiver. Polish or Scrub: Mix 8 ounces of salt or sugar with 4 tablespoons of a carrier oil of your choice. Stir until well blended. Add 10 drops of lemon, 5 drops of eucalyptus, and 2 drops of vetiver. Bath Salts (for home use): Start with 8 ounces of bulk bath salts and add 10 drops of lemon, 5 drops of eucalyptus, and 2 drops of vetiver. Seal tight in a cello bag. LINUS NYLUND/UNSPL ASH.COM

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