Are Salon and Spa Treatments Worth It?
Experts weigh in on what hair and facial skin care treatments are worth splurging on and which ones you can do at home
But ... baths and exfoliation can be done at homeWhy: Baths and body treatments like scrubs are a treat when done at a spa, but if you're trying to stick to your beauty budget, you can easily get the same results at home says King.
How-to: For an at-home spa-like experience she says, "light a candle, start with a salt scrub all over from feet working upwards in circular movements, paying attention to dry rough areas like knees and elbows. Shower away and then bathe. Put aromatherapy stress relief oils in your bath, soak [and] breathe from your abdomen for 20 minutes. Pat yourself dry and apply a good body moisturizer." Bath goodies to try: Aveda Caribbean Therapy Soy Wax Candle, $19, Giovanni Cool Mint Lemonade Salt Scrub with Crushed Mint Leaves, $13.99, Origins Lavender and Vanilla Oil, $22.50 and Burt's Bees Soothingly Sensitive, Aloe & Buttermilk, Body Lotion, $9.99.
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