Women Must Be Careful When Doing Self-Breast Massage With Olive Oil

A study has shown that olive oil can prevent skin cancer caused by ultraviolet (UV) rays. In the animal study, researchers applied olive oil to the skin of mice that had been exposed to harmful UV rays, which prevented tumor growth. But of course, this research should not be fully trusted, because it has not been proven directly on human skin. In similar research, researchers also found that the polyphenol content in olive oil can prevent HER2 (a protein that triggers the growth of cancer cells) from developing into breast cancer. This makes some women do breast massage using olive oil. However, if your concern is for the fatigue that you feel in your entire body, we suggest you find the most trusted gold coast massage therapy center to get the full-body massage Malama.

Even though applying olive oil to the breasts is considered minimal risk, there are still allergic reactions that can arise if you are allergic to it. If you are not sure, first apply a little olive oil to a small area of the skin. If indeed there is an allergic reaction that appears, stop using it immediately. However, if you don’t have an allergic reaction within 24 hours, you can apply olive oil to other parts of your skin.

If you are curious and want to try massaging your breasts with olive oil, consult your doctor first. You should also know how to choose and use olive oil to massage your breasts. First, choose a high-quality olive oil in a dark bottle. Because dark bottles are considered to be able to protect the quality of olive oil from sun exposure. If possible, find out the date of the production of olive oil to be purchased. That way, you will know “freshness.” After finding the best quality olive oil, drop a little on the hands, then apply on the breast. Then, you can massage it. To avoid oil stains on the clothes, try not to wear clothes before the olive oil has completely dried on the breasts.


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