Monday, February 8, 2016

Chocolate Dip Massage

Here's why I love Chocolate Massages for Valentine's Day (or any other day).  

Not only is it absolutely divine, but it's CHOC full of health benefits!  

Like these, found in my Chocolate Dip Massage:



Our amazing chocolate chip scrub exfoliates and reduces degeneration of skin cells, softens, smooths and restores skin’s flexibility, for a deep but moisturizing clean.  This is Mother Nature’s solution to pollution removal.


Take 5 Bodywork uses natural ingredients in our Chocolate Dip Back Masque:
Vitamin E - powerful, anti-aging, free radical fighter (antioxidant).  Helps to soothe, protect, and regenerate dry, irritated, and sun-damaged skin. Helps increase the amount of oxygen present in the skin, aiding in new and healthier skin tissue.
Cocoa Butter - reduces degeneration of skin cells and restores skin flexibility.
Shea Butter - soothes rough, dry, or chapped skin on contact. Naturally rich in Vitamins A, E, & F, Shea Butter balances and normalizes the skin, while helping keep it clear and healthy. Particularly beneficial for dry or sun-exposed skin.

Avocado Oil - softens skin, helps retain moisture, and fights the aging process.
Lavender - stimulates the skin while relieving aches and pains. Its healing properties act as an anti-inflammatory and help aid wound healing.
Chamomile - an anti-inflammatory agent that calms and softens the skin, digestive tract, and mind.

Honey - Mother Nature’s humectant, works to protect the skin and lock in the body's natural moisture.
Melissa - exudes the aromatic powers that calm and soothe the soul, helping you to feel beautifully enchanted all day and night.


 Cocoa powder is blended into cocoa butter for a rich, luxuriating, and HEALTHFUL massage.

Skin ElasticityCocoa butter contains high levels of antioxidants which help fight off free radicals, reducing signs of stress and aging. Antioxidants give the skin a plumper, firmer feel and help skin cells build collagen and elastin. They prevent damage by free radicals which are responsible for loss of skin elasticity.
MoisturizingCocoa butter is extremely moisturizing and valuable for dry skin, eczema, and rough patches. Because wintertime is frequently associated with dry skin, mid-February is the ideal time of year to fortify the skin’s moisture levels. In addition, the antioxidants in cocoa butter also help the skin retain moisture long after the massage is over.
Endorphin BoostEndorphins are the body’s natural hormones that ease pain and make us feel good. While massage therapy aids in endorphin release by itself, the effect can be amplified by tapping into favorable smells. Dr. Alan Hirsch, neurological director of the Smell and Taste Treatment and Research Foundation of Chicago, reported that the smell of chocolate positively affects the brain by causing feelings of euphoria.
Circulation EnhancementCocoa butter in and of itself is a great smelling, moisturizing and cell-protecting massage product, but, combined with cocoa powder, can also stimulate the circulatory system.  Improving blood flow is advantageous because it can help relax muscles and invigorate the turnover of new skin cells.


Get Take 5 
Bodywork's CHOCOLATE 

Enjoy melting away 

into sweet, blissful 
exfoliation, and 
rejuvenation with a 
warm Chocolate 
Dip Back Masque, 
dry brushing away 
of dead skin cells, 
steamed towels, 
Chocolate Chip 
Foot Scrub, and 
a full-body 
Cocoa Butter 

All the 

none of the 
It's GOOD 
for you! 

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