10 Home Spa Products That Aren’t a Waste of Money

Are you in need of some serious pampering? If you answered yes, save yourself the time, inconvenience and expense of a spa visit by treating yourself to a spa-like experience in the luxury of your own home. The range of at-home spa treatments is expanding at an ever-increasing pace, and, despite what the naysayers claim, not all of them are a complete waste of money. With more and more brands tapping into the at-home market, even treatments like chemical peels and Dermaplaning are becoming accessible, with most home treatments costing just a fraction of what they’d otherwise cost at a clinic. If you want to treat yourself to some serious relaxation with products guaranteed to deliver on their promises, invest in any of these top treatments- you’ll not regret the expense.

1. Kiehl’s Creme de Corps

Since its foundation in 1851 as a single, old-world apothecary in New York, Kiehl’s has grown phenomenally, earning a place in the hearts and bathroom cabinets of anyone with an eye for quality and a passion for visible results. Recommended by Best Products as one of 2020’s best beauty buys, Kiehl’s Creme de Corps offers ultra-hydration for the entire body. Despite being skin-quenching, it produces a matte finish with none of the slick greasiness that other moisturizers can leave. With its high qualities’ ingredients and soothing formula, it’s not hard to understand the appeal of this cult favorite.

2. Elemis Pro-Collagen Cleansing Balm

When it comes to powerful, deep cleaning spa treatments, Elemis Pro-Collagen Cleansing Balm is top-dog. Makeup, dirt, pollutants, and grime dissolve within just seconds of coming into contact with the balm, leaving behind super clean, glowing skin. Those who like to squeeze every last drop from their products will be pleased to know its qualities extend beyond simple cleansing: its careful combination of Elderberry, Starflower, Optimega oils, anti-aging algae Padina Pavonica and nine essential oils deliver a myriad of benefits your skin will thank you for.

3. Ahava Calming Lavender Mineral Bath Salt

Few things are quite so relaxing as an hour or so in the tub. Take your next soak to new heights of relaxation with Ahava Calming Lavender Mineral Bath Salt. Infused with 21 essential minerals, the salts will take away the aches of the day beautifully. The gorgeous fragrance of lavender, meanwhile, will do as much to calm and revive your mind as the healing salts will do for your body.

4. Clarins Super Restorative Remodelling Serum

When it comes to reliable spa products, you can’t beat good old Clarins. It may not be the newest or flashiest brand on the market, but if you want a line that delivers the goods, it knocks spots off most of its rivals. Clarins Super Restorative Remodelling Serum is a god-send for aging skin: as well as visibly diminishing wrinkles and lines, it works to reduce the appearance of age spots and improve skin density – what more could you want?

5. Philip B. White Truffle Moisturizing Shampoo

As any woman knows, hair can make or break a day. If your crowing glory is looking more frazzled than a pork chop, restore its youthful luster with this super moisturizing, gloriously fragrant shampoo from hair guru to the stars, Phillip B. With a mix of 23.2% pure botanical hydrators (including Italian White Truffle Oil, Hops, Nettle, Thyme, Lavender, Horsetail, and Burdock), it promises to enhance shine, soften cuticles, and restore moisture to parched strands… and unlike a lot of products that promise the same, this one actually delivers.

6. Bliss Triple Oxygen Instant Energizing Foaming Mask

Bliss Spa’s can be found all across the world, and are loved by millions for their super-effective treatments. To achieve the same results at home, Bliss Triple Oxygen Instant Energizing Foaming Mask is well worth the money. Packed with vitamins C and E and brightening grape seed extract, it puts the “oomph” back into your skin, sloughing away dead skin cells, wrinkles and pigmentation to leave glowing, radiant skin.

7. Eucalyptus oil

Cheap but highly effective, Eucalyptus oil is heaven-sent for anyone experiencing sinus problems or skin complaints. Anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, antiseptic, antibacterial, stimulating… the list of qualities in this therapeutic oil is almost endless. Rub a few drops into your scalp to stimulate hair growth, get your feet sandal-ready by applying to rough, callused heels, or relieve the symptoms of respiratory problems and boost mental clarity by applying a few drops to the chest and temples.

8. Natura Bissé The Cure Pure Serum

The Cure by name, the cure by nature. Used in spas across the world, Natura Bissé skincare products are renowned for their high-quality ingredients and superlative results. For thirsty skin in need of some serious hydration, The Cure Pure Serum is a long, cool glass of water. Designed to neutralize free radicals and slow down the signs of aging, its exclusive SIRT-AP peptide complex promises to do great things for wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, and sagging.

9. Michael Todd Sonicsmooth At-Home Dermaplaning Kit

The complexion smoothing qualities of Dermaplaning have been common knowledge for a while now, but it’s only in the last couple of years that we’ve seen it hit the home market. Essentially a supercharged form of exfoliation, Dermaplaning has been credited with everything from restoring a youthful glow to reversing the signs of aging. Give it a go in the comfort of your own home with the Michael Todd Sonicsmooth At-Home Dermaplaning Kit, which promises an end to rough skin texture, enlarged pores, uneven skin tone, fine lines, and dullness.

10. Brookstone Heated Aqua-Jet Foot Spa

Considering you spend half your life on your feet, it’s important to keep your tootsie’s happy. The Brookstone Heated Aqua-Jet Foot Spa does just that: the built-in-heating element heats the water to a warming 115 degrees Fahrenheit, while the two jet streams help improve circulation, relieve tight muscles, and relax your feet. There are even rotating jets with adjustable speeds that provide a soothing massage, and rolling nodes on the bottom of the unit to soothe your aching arches.


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