Favorite At-Home Spa Treatments
It’s a Makeup Wars Monday! Today we’re talking about some of our favorite at-home spa treatments. Who doesn’t want to spoil themselves in the comfort of their own home? I know I do!
Favorite At-Home Spa Treatments – Hair
Hair is what I like to do the most for an at-home spa treatment. There are two hair masks that I use.
Eva NYC Therapy Session Hair Mask
I LOVE the Eva NYC Therapy Session Hair Mask. It’s so good at deep conditioning my hair and leaving it feeling silky soft. It has Argan oil, sea buckthorn extract, and keravis in it. When I use this treatment I leave it in for about 10 minutes.
Overtone Go Deep Hair Mask
I use Overtone Go Deep Hair Mask to keep my color fresh and my hair soft. It has avocado oil, jojoba oil, olive oil, coconut oil, and shea butter in it. It’s so hydrating! I put this on my dry hair and leave it on for a half hour or so.
Favorite At-Home Spa Treatments – Body
The Body Shop Shea Exfoliating Sugar Body Scrub
The Body Shop Shea Exfoliating Sugar Body Scrub is so good at removing dead skin cells and leaving my skin soft.
The Body Shop Coconut Body Butter
The Body Shop Coconut Body Butter helps to lock in moisturizer for up to 48 hours. I love how soft it makes my skin feel.
Dreaming Tree Soapworks Mermaid Cove Magic Tub Truffle
I often prefer a hot bath to soak if I’m trying to relax and the Dreaming Tree Soapworks Mermaid Cove Magic Tub Truffle does the truck. It’s got Epson and Himalayan pink salt to cleans and purify. Shea and cocoa butters nourish the skin. It’s super relaxing.
Favorite At-Home Spa Treatments – Face
Alba Botanica Hawaiian Pore-fecting Papaya Enzyme
I love just about anything with pineapple. This mask is good at removing dull and dry skin cells, plus impurities from your face. It leaves you with smooth, soft skin when you wash it off.
Glossier Moisturizing Moon Mask
The Glossier Moisturizing Moon Mask is nothing short of amazing for my skin. It’s made with sweet almond oil, shea butter, squalane, honey, aloe vera, licorice root extract, lemon extract, and hyaluronic acid. I like to put a thick layer on my damp face while I’m in the tub and relax for about 20 to 30 minutes.
Favorite At-Home Spa Treatments – Mind
Dreaming Tree Soapworks Soy Candles
One of the most important things (to me) for an at-home spa treatment is to make sure I’m fully relaxed. Lighting a delicious smelling candle really helps with that. Lately, I’ve only been burning Dreaming Tree Soapworks Soy Candles. I’ve got a bunch of their candles right now – Pumpkin Somethin’, Cider House Twist, Spiced Caramel Apple, Pumpkin King, and Hocus Pocus. I’ve got a little bit of Cauldron Cakes, Butterbeer and Cheshire Chai left. Cheshire Chai is my favorite scent so far, but they’re all wonderful for putting me in a better mood and helping me relax.
Normally for something like this I put on some deep house chill or trance.
What are your favorite at-home spa treatments? What do you do to help put you into the spa mood?[inlinkz_linkup id=745213 mode=1]