Just a few months ago, the Lano Company, who you might remember from my LanoLip™ lip balm post, released a new product called LanoLight™ Massage Oil Candle, $15. This awesome candle comes in four variations and burns down into a liquefied massage oil that can be rubbed immediately onto your skin and the effects are incredible.
According to Miranda Coggins, President and CEO of the Lano Company, this marriage of skincare and aromatherapy concept is not entirely new to the market, however there was no product that delivered any real benefit to the user. LanoLight is made from soy bean oil, shea butter, avocado oil, vitamin E, jojoba oil, coconut oil, coconut butter and medical grade lanolin. The combination of these ingredients leave the skin in a more nourished, moisturized and protected condition.
To use, simply trim the wick, light the candle and allow it to burn down to an oil. The fire will go out and then you can instantaneously use the oil for massage without it burning the skin. I've tried the Light of Love aroma candle and I loved it! It was intoxicating and felt really soothing and healing.
Did I mention that the candles are also 100% guaranteed? If you don't like them, you can return the unused portion for a refund, less shipping...but I don't think you'll want to do that. To read more about each of the four candles,
- (Lumiére de L'Amour) Light of Love Massage Candle is a powerful scent made from chamomile, patchouli, eucalyptus and lemongrass oils. It is intended to impact and stimulate the senses.
- Exhale Massage Oil Candle is intended to be very relaxing. It is blended with wild crafted lavender, organic rosemary, organic eucalyptus, organic fir, organic naiouli, organic tea tree and peppermint and has an extremely soothing and crispy minty scent.
- Cucumber Melon Massage Oil Candle is a refreshing summer scent that has been enhanced with aloe to help invigorate and heal sun stressed skin.
- Stripped Bare Massage Oil Candle is actually a fragrance free candle for those with sensitive noses.