How to create a DIY spa day at home
17 September 2020
In today’s round-the-clock digital world, finding precious time to relax and unwind can be challenging. But looking after yourself is so important. While visiting a spa isn’t always possible due to time or money constraints, that doesn’t mean the spa can’t come to you! From running a relaxing bath to DIY face masks, here are some home spa day tips to help you re-create that blissful spa experience in the comfort of your own home.
Set the scene for a relaxing bath
Create mood lighting with candles and listen to relaxing music, such as the sounds of nature. Pour yourself a refreshing drink, grab some fresh fruit or nuts, and hang a dressing gown and towel over the radiator for when you finish.
Make a steam room
Steam opens your pores and clears your airways. Run a hot bath with the door closed and drop some aromatherapy oils into the water. Then put a towel over your head, cucumber on your eyes and breathe in deeply.
Scrubs and masks
Scrubs and masks leave your skin glowing. For a DIY honey and sugar body scrub - simply mix oil, sugar and honey. For a face mask try bananas and avocados mixed with egg whites or turmeric and honey.
Nourish your hair
Nourishing ointments restore tired-looking hair. Argan oil is packed with antioxidants and Vitamin E. Comb a few drops through your hair and leave it in overnight. Other natural oils such as olive oil or coconut oil also work.
Quiet your mind by meditating. This will help create a feeling of inner peace and calm. Apps such as Headspace and Calm are great for this. Simply choose an exercise that works for you.
Feel totally relaxed and refreshed after spending time in your peaceful sanctuary!
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