Native English speakers, could you please help me with these issues?

1. Which is correct: a) "I complimented him on saving a life." or b) "I complimented him on having saved a life." (And if both are correct, is there a difference in meaning in both? If so, which?) 2. Which is correct: a) 'to do a massage' or 'to make a massage'. b)... show more 1. Which is correct:

a) "I complimented him on saving a life."

or

b) "I complimented him on having saved a life."

(And if both are correct, is there a difference in meaning in both? If so, which?)



2. Which is correct:

a) 'to do a massage' or 'to make a massage'.

b) What do you call you someone who 'does/makes massages' as a way of living?
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