Spa Treatments at Home

Overworked, overanxious, and overbooked? Pencil in some private time and follow these easy home spa tips to release stress and restore sluggish skin. Using ingredients from your kitchen, you can create a relaxing home spa to fit your budget. Face, body, or hair, we've got you covered.

Raw oatmeal used for exfoliating skin.


Lackluster skin needs to be shed to reveal a rosy glow. Exfoliation is key to looking young and healthy.

Using an emery board to clean up nails.


While part of their appeal is the pampering, manicures are an essential grooming step.

Toiletries needed to give yourself a pedicure at home.


A proper pedicure cleans feet, stimulates circulation, and controls painful calluses.

Olive oil being poured out of a glass carafe.


If your hair is looking less than lustrous, look no further than the kitchen for solutions.

Close-up of a glass of water.


Moist heat revives dry, tired skin while unclogging pores. You need to stay hydrated, inside and out.

A woman lying in bed with cucumbers on her eyes.

Soothe Eyes

The classic cucumber remedy is well-known for its soothing effects on puffy eyes.

A woman getting a facial treatment in her home.

The 10 Minute Facial

Flawless skin shouldn't have to be so hard to get in the everyday world.

Shea butter, used to make lip balm.

At-Home Lip Balm

Making your own lip balm at home can be a creative and healthy way to manage your beauty regimen. 

A woman touching the skin on her face.

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