Home Spa Treatment for Hair
Molasses Honey Hair Help - hydrates and deeply nourishes locks. Great for dry, winter months . Don't forget a glass of wine or cup of tea and some relaxing music. Combine this hair treatment with one of the body treatments below.
1/4 cup molasses
1 tablespoon honey
1 tablespoon olive oil
1 tablespoon castor oil
Mobile spa
Fast gaining popularity, mobile spas are 'come home' spas. They offer their services at a venue of your convenience and are a great way to enjoy a relaxing massage I the comfort of your home. Alternatively, you can treat yourself and a group of friends to the luxury of a spa treatment.
If your hair and skin feel dry, give them a little extra attention with a hair mask and a salt or sugar scrub for your skin. Since things can get a little mess with those, grab your CD or mp3 player with some summer music and head for the bathroom. Apply the salt scrub while you are standing in the shower and rinse off when you are done.
Use a combination of coarse sugar granules and mineral oil to massage away dry, roughness on hands and feet. Wash hair and face, and relax with soothing music and good conversation. Give pedicures and even manicures, if you are up to the challenge, get the door when the massage therapist arrives, and follow up with herbal bath soaks. Use Lavender essential oil and float lavender or rose petals on the top, add scented candles and warm, fluffy towels.
Drain the water and fill the tub again with fresh water. Add essential oils according to your choice of fragrance. For the effect of a real spa, you can sprinkle some rose petals in the water. Massage the scalp with your choice of oil according to your skin type. After the soak, wipe the body with a soft towel and moisturize with a good body lotion. For the face, apply a toner according to your skin type and moisturize it.