Home Spa Recipes – The Do It Yourself At Home Beauty Recipes
Want to learn how to take home your spa experience? Here are some great tips from our spa experts for those days you want to stay at home and just pamper yourself. Here at Suddenly Slimmer Day & Med Spa we understand some times you just want to stay at home relaxed while giving yourself some much needed pampering and rejuvenation, so sit back relax while we teach you how to do just that.
To maintain your healthy skin between professional treatments or to do them yourself, try this basic at-home facial once a week. This basic facial works on oily, dry and combination skin.
Time Required: 25-30 minutes
Cleanse the skin
You’ll want to wash the face to remove any grime or dirt. If you have oily or combination skin, try a cleanser like Obagi Nu-Derm Gentle Cleanser or all Purpose Gentle Cleansing Wash Jan Marini Skin Research Bioglycolic Facial Cleanser. For dry skin, your best bet is a cream or milky cleanser such as
Using your fingers, rub a gentle exfoliating scrub in a circular motion on your face. Concentrate on the areas around your nose and forehead or if you have combo skin, work harder on the areas that tend to be ‘greasy.’ Rinse your face well since exfoliating scrubs tend to be drying. Rhonda Allison makes a simple, but excellent face scrub Rhonda Allison Beta Action Scrub.
Steam[/br] Fill your sink with warm water, dip a washcloth in and press to your face. Repeat 2-3 times.
For oily skin, use a clay-based face mask. For dry skin, go for a hydrating gel or cream mask.
Apply the mask, avoiding the areas around the eyes. Keep it on for 10-20 minutes (or, according to the directions on the product). Rinse completely. Want to go all out and make your own natural face masks? , I show you how. Next week we will be posting how to make your own great mask at home, so be sure to check back with us.
Gunilla Of Sweden makes great clay masks Gunilla Of Sweden Lerosett Clay Mask
Here’s a list of hydrating masks at all prices Masks
Smooth on a soothing, basic moisturizer such as Jan Marini Transformation Cream (very expensive) or the less expensive Rhonda Allison Regenerating Cream .
What You Need:
Warm water & a washcloth
Clay-based or cream facial mask (based on skin type)