5 Budget-Friendly Spa Treatments At Home

Do you pamper yourself frequently? Pampering yourself and taking the time out of your busy day to practice self-care can help prevent, delay, or reduce most health problems. It is also beneficial to your mental health too. Going to the spa can get expensive but you can recreate it at home for less and reap the benefits. Here are a few suggestions to get you started:

Bees Bath Bombs

Bee’s bath bombs will turn your ordinary bath into a luxurious pampering session at home. A hot bath after a long day at work is one of our favorite ways to relax and unwind. Drop in your favorite bath bomb from our collection and enjoy a spa experience at home for less than $10. Add candles and turn off the lights in the bathroom too.

Facial

Going to the spa to get a facial can be an expensive treat but you can create a similar experience at home for a fraction of the cost. According to Ling Chan, you should never skip any steps or skimp on your favorite products if you want a spa level facial at home. A DIY facial at home should include exfoliation, clay mask to cleanse your pores, and your favorite beauty products that help rehydrate and calm your skin.

Give Yourself a Manicure or Pedicure

The nail spa can be rather pricey and not everyone can afford to go every few weeks to get pampered. Why not create your own nail spa experience at home? Grab your favorite color of nail polish and a manicure set to trim your nails. Then soak your feet and hands in warm water and enjoy!

DIY Yogurt Mask

Do you have blemishes or fine lines that you would love to get rid of stat? For less than a dollar, next time you are at the grocery store, pick up a small container of plain yogurt. You can use plain yogurt or even add honey, oatmeal, or green tea. Give these homemade yogurt masks. Apply the yogurt mask to your face and gently massage it into your skin. Relax in a hot bath with our bath bombs and allow the mask to do its magic for 15 to 20 minutes.

Make Your Own Hair Mask

Coconut oil, avocados, eggs, honey, banana, your favorite essential oils, yogurt, olive oil, and mayonnaise are just a few kitchen ingredients that can be used to make a DIY hair mask. Conditioner can only do so much for your hair. These natural hair masks can be made cheaply and you probably already have them on hand in your kitchen. Apply the hair mask to your hair and leave it on for a minimum of an hour. If possible, get a shower cap and leave the hair mask on overnight.

Do you take the time to pamper yourself and practice self-care? Most of us are guilty of taking care of other people’s needs before our own and skip taking time out of our busy lifestyle for ourselves. Self-care isn’t selfish. Grab a few of our bath bombs and enjoy your very own DIY spa night.

Have you ever had a DIY spa night? Why not give these budget-friendly spa treatments at home tonight?

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