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The problem I have with many massage oils is that they just stay there after the massage and don't rub in.
Can anyone attest to how much oily residue there is with this one?
I don't own this so I can't tell you for sure, but it is called a massage oil and anytime you see that word, you can pretty much guarantee it will be oily. I recommend reading the reviews on it because there are plenty and they go into detail about things like this. That's what a review is for, and there are some great reviews on this product. Definitely check into those.
If you're wanting something that is not oily, your best bet is to look for a massage lotion.