Nubian Heritage Bath, Body & Massage Oil Review

Nubian Heritage Massage Oil

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New from Nubian Heritage is a line of bath, body and massage oils (8 fl oz) in four scents we have grown to know and love from Nubian Heritage- Raw Shea Butter, Mango Butter, Patchouli & Burti and Indian Hemp & Vetiver.

Keep reading for scent profiles and review.

Nubian Heritage Patchouli Oil

The Patchouli & Burti oil promises to provide anti-aging, brightening & nourishment to the skin. This bottle is a blend of:

  • Shea oil- rich in essential fatty acids to nourish and soften the skin
  • Patchouli oil- great for relieving depression and soothing emotions
  • Burti oil- rich in beta carotene, vitamin e and essential fatty acids to hydrate and support collagen production.

The scent is rich, sweet and spicy making it the perfect unisex fragrance for her and/or him. Patchouli & Burti oil is a great oil to use for massages; just warm about a tablespoon of oil and massage your partner’s troubles away.


Nubian Heritage Hemp Oil

Indian Hemp & Vetiver with Neem Oil is labeled as a soothing, moisturizing and softening oil. This bottle is a blend of:

  • Shea oil- rich in essential fatty acids to nourish and soften the skin
  • Neem- neem oil formed the foundation of Ayurveda and is commonly used to hydrate and moisturize skin.
  • Vetiver- known as the ‘oil of tranquility’, vetiver is a calming, soothing scent.

The scent is very soothing, aquatic and tranquil. This is another scent that is perfectly unisex.


Nubian Heritage Raw Shea Butter Oil

Raw Shea Butter Oil is labeled as anti-aging, revitalizing and protecting. This bottle is a blend of:

  • Shea oil- rich in essential fatty acids to nourish and soften the skin
  • Frankincense- known for toning and anti-aging properties
  • Myrrh- commonly used for its fragrance, but also has skin healing properties

The scent is floral with woody notes. I love using this as my everyday hydration oil.


Nubian Heritage Mango Butter Oil

Mango Butter Oil is labeled as rejuvenating, firming and moisturizing. This bottle is a blend of:

  • Shea oil- rich in essential fatty acids to nourish and soften the skin
  • Mango butter oil- rich in vitamin E, carotenoids
  • Cocoa butter oil- rich in antioxidants

This bottle is for you if you have intentions on improving your skin’s texture and appearance. This is my 2nd favorite oil blend, Raw Shea Butter being first and you will see changes in your skin in two weeks flat, or at least that’s what happened for me. My skin was soft and smooth after applying, a vision of perfection. I bet every dollar in my wallet a woman with browner skin than mine would look PHENOMENAL. This was also my favorite scent out of the four bottles. It is very warm, fresh and tropical. Like an island getaway without the island!

As a bath oil, Nubian Heritage’s line of oils are very easy to use. Mango Butter will give your bath a fresh tropical vibe, Patchouli & Burti and Indian Hemp & Vetiver are great for a relaxing moment. Raw Shea Butter oil is very hydrating with a light fragrance.

As a massage oil, you want to get your hands on Patchouli & Burti or Indian Hemp & Vetiver. If you are having a rough day, a massage with this oil will soothe your every woe.

As a body oil, I prefer Raw Shea Butter oil or Mango butter. They have so many skin improving properties that you are guaranteed to see a noticeable improvement in your skin’s texture.

Hey Nubian Heritage, I love these oils and I am patiently waiting on a Goat’s Milk and Chai scent!!

Nubian Heritage’s Bath, Body & Massage Oils have a suggested retail price of $10.99 each for an 8-ounce size.  Available at, Vitamin Shoppe stores, and select Whole Foods and Sprouts stores.  For more information, please visit


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Aprill Coleman is an award-winning beauty, lifestyle and wellness blogger and freelance writer based in Jackson, Mississippi.

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