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Everybody loves a spa day, and whether you’re at home in quarantine or taking a bit of a staycation, you can recreate a totally luxe spa experience from the comfort of your own house. Even if you love to go to the traditional spa and have that luxurious experience, there’s no reason that you can’t use your time at home and save some money by recreating those spa treatments DIY-style. While your home might not be the same as an all-inclusive resort, you can use the same treatments to pamper yourself. If you want an at-home spa day, here are some of the best treatments from luxurious resorts that you can do at home.

 

1.  Full-Body Scrub

If you’re looking to get your skin feeling soft and silky smooth from your head to your toes, a full-body scrub could be for you. While you can of course buy a body scrub at the store and take your time rubbing it all over, you can also DIY it by using all natural ingredients. From sugar scrubs to salt scrubs, you can get your body feeling exfoliated in no time!

 

2.  Personalized Facial

If you’re interested in skincare and getting that glowing look, facials are probably on your radar. While you can get a face mask at the store or even DIY one yourself, engaging in a personalized process is the best way to fully treat your skin. If you don’t know your skin type, you can take a quiz or use an evaluation process to figure out which products and treatments can work best for you.

 

3.  Teeth Whitening

When it comes to purely beautifying treatments, there’s nothing like brightening up your smile. Of course, going to a professional for teeth whitening can be great, but at-home teeth whitening kits can also get the job done. While at-home whitening kits contain 3% to 20% hydrogen peroxide, professional teeth whitening, which contains 15% to 43%. Therefore, after a few uses, you can achieve similar results.

 

4.  Deep-Conditioning Hair Mask

Next, hair care is another process you can do from home during your spa day. A deep conditioning mask for your hair is a great way to moisturize and hydrate your hair and offer strength and protection. While you can use regular conditioner for your hair that you find in your shower, you can also add other ingredients like coconut oil.

 

5.  Facial Steaming

Before you start on your facial, a great way to open your pores and help the products work as best as possible is to steam your face. It’s an age-old trick that’s been around for decades, and it’s relatively easy to do. All you need is to boil water and pour it into a bowl, holding your face over it for a few minutes. Some people even put a drop or two of essential oils into the water for some aromatherapy.

 

Your Luxurious Home Spa Day

Whether you’re relaxing at home for two weeks or a few hours, you can absolutely pamper yourself with the best spa treatments that mirror those from true luxury resorts. While you might not have a team of people waiting on you hand and foot, having a cozy spa day in the comfort of your own home might be the next best thing.