When all else fails, a spa day at home might be just what your mind and body needs these days.  Everything else is completely out of our control right now, and we have to take a wait and see attitude. But, we can seek some comfort in our control of a Self-care routine. There are real stress-relieving benefits in taking 20 minutes to draw a bath or light a candle, and that's certainly something we could all use.  You do not have to turn your bathroom into an elaborate wellness retreat. A spa day at home can be as simple as popping on a sheet mask or investing in a muscle-soothing soak to ease tightness from sitting at your makeshift desk (couch) all day.  All you really need is a one-night stand with yourself once a week, and a few low-cost products to de-grit, deep treat and restore your self-love.

Do it your way.  Personalize each "spa" session.  If you're a bath lover, apply face and hair masks before that dreamy soak.  Prefer showers? Do your masks and let them work while you read a book, write in a journal or daydream before spray-time. You don’t have to buy a ton of overpriced luxury beauty products to feel and look amazing. You can make incredible beauty treatments using fresh ingredients you already have at home. Now that we have nothing but time, let's make some Great stuff.


  • Edible “Mud” Mask - All I have to say is “chocolate!” So give your face a refreshing and yummy pampering session with this DIY facial recipe.
  • Oatmeal and Honey Facial Mask - This moisturizing mask uses milk, honey, and oatmeal to certainly leave your skin super smooth and soft. 
  • Tumeric Clay Face Mask - Touted for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, turmeric is one DIY ingredient you don’t want to do without.
  • Brightening Mask - In this easy DIY mask, lemon and turmeric work to brighten and refine. So add this on the list for your spa!
  • Honey Lemon Mask - Surprisingly, this is comprised of only two ingredients are needed for this healing face mask.
  • Coffee Mud Mask  – This caffeine-infused mud mask is sure to leave you bright-eyed & bushy-tailed! Certainly making your effort worth it!
  • Honey Face Wash – Tea tree oil and honey are all that’s needed for this clearing face wash.
  • If none of these excite you. Why not create your own using exactly what you have in the kitchen with this formula.


  • Banana Hair Mask  – This potassium-packed hair mask will help give you the luscious locks you’ve always dreamed of. Evidently many people have reaped the benefits of banana hair!
  • Coconut Milk Conditioner – Rich in essential vitamins and nutrients, this DIY conditioner will put life back into your scalp and hair. So pencil this in alongside your other home spa treatments.
  • Lemon Deep Hair Conditioner  – Moisturize like never before with this citrus-infused deep conditioner. Without reservation, this should be added to your spa night ideas!
  • Scalp Exfoliator  – Sluff of excess sebum and product buildup for a healthy and balanced scalp.
  • Apple Cider Vinegar Scalp Scrub  – Detox your scalp and help it breathe with this ACV based scalp scrub. So it’s a fantastic way to start your day.
  • Moisturizing Hair Mask – Add this hair mask to your arsenal for some deep moisturization.


  • Honey & Lemon Foot Soak  – This moisturizing and antibacterial foot soak is the perfect remedy for a day on your feet.
  • Peppermint Foot Scrub  – Now that you’ve soaked your tired feet, give ’em a good scrub with this foot scrub recipe. 
  • Homemade Foot Balm  – Now it’s time to moisturize your feet with this foot balm recipe.  With sandal season in full swing, this is the perfect way to keep those pretty feet.
  • Sleepy Baby Scrub  – This is one DIY body scrub I want to try. It uses only three ingredients including Baby Bedtime Wash to create a relaxing scrub perfect for any type of skin.
  • Milk & Honey Sugar Scrub  – Quick and easy to make, this milk and honey sugar scrub will leave you feeling soft and smooth after.
  • Lavender Oatmeal Bath Soak  – This lavender-scented bath soak will help you relax those cares away. So make a batch of your own.
  • Orange Green Tea Bath Salts  – Refresh and replenish with ingredients such as orange and green tea.
  • Whipped Body Butter  – This DIY body butter is the perfect addition to your home spa day- and makes an excellent gift!
  • Rose Avocado Body Soak (The Free Spirited) –  Three ingredients are all that’s standing between you and total bliss on your relaxing day.


Home spa treatments are even more fun when you add a few little extras. Steam and cozy robes will make your bathroom feel more like a spa.  Here are just a few extras.  NO. . I am not selling any item/product here. This post is not sponsored and I was not gifted anything!

  • Relaxation Fountain – The perfect addition to any home spa, this water feature is as stunning as it is soothing.
  • diffuser with a classy wood-grain look and seven soothing LED light options, to create a spa-like environment you'll never want to leave.
  • This rose-quartz roller and gua sha said to improve your skin tone, texture, and blood circulation. Excellent for a DIY spa night. 
  • Bath Neck Pillow – Rest your neck on this made-for-the-bath pillow and soak your cares away.
  • Gel Eye Mask – Perfect for dry or puffy eyes, this soothing gel mask is an absolute fave of ours.
  • Electric Body Massager – Let this electric massager do all the work as you relax and unwind.
  • Facial Steamer – Open your pores and clear out impurities with this at-home facial steamer.
Now you have everything for a relaxing spa night in the comfort of your own home, using  some of these ideas.  That's what this entire post is about - IDEAS.  So, go ahead and start your bath, while I finish this post.  All you need is the bathroom to yourself for a couple of hours and a fantastic play list of your favorite Tunes.   Enjoy every moment . . .

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