Hey guys!! It's been an extremely cold and hard winter where I live this year! I think it's safe to say that we all want spring time to come. A lot of areas in the states have also been effected by this winter too- areas that usually are warm!
Has anyone else just felt blah, lazy, and unmotivated like I do lately?
Here are 5 at home 'spa day' beauty treatments you can do to help fight the winter blues, relax, and feel better!
*Also all of these images and DIY recipies I am posting on here are from Pinterest!*
1. Take a hot bath
This is probably my all time favorite thing to do to relax, especially when I'm cold! I love soaking in hot water. Throw in some bubbles, bath salts, bath bombs, or essential oils and your good to go! Grab some magazines or a book, sit and read, and relax!
2. Give yourself a facial
This goes hand in hand with #1. While I'm in the bath I like to throw on a face mask. My personal favorite is the Lush Mask of Magnaminty. Wether your mask is store bought or homemade, there is something so great about a face mask. My skin always feels so good, clean, and refreshed afterwards.
3. Give yourself a mani pedi
Wether your doing the whole treatment or simply just painting your nails, we always feel better/pretty when have our nails and toes done.
If you want to do the whole treatment, grab a pedi bowl, some sugar scrub, lotions, ect!
4. Herbal Face Steam
This is good for taking toxins out of your skin! Use a bowl of steaming hot water with fresh cilantro and basil leaves and steam for about 10 minutes. Hold your face 10-12 inches above the steaming bowl with a towel draped over your head to keep the steam in.
5. Try some yoga or meditation
Yoga and mediation helps relieve stress and anxiety. I know this isn't particularly a beauty treatment, but it's good for our physical and mental health, and if we are healthy and happy in those ways our inner/outer beauty will be more prominent.
What are your favorite ways to relax? Share them in the comments below!
Thank you all for reading and I hope you enjoyed this post!