Just because the salons are shut, you don’t have to miss out on getting your favorite spa treatment. There are ways to bring all the pampering to your home.

DIY home spa service is fun. It doesn’t need to be expensive.

Here are some easy and affordable home spa treatments that you can do at home! Go through the article for knowing in details about spa service at home.

#1 Body Scrub

Dead cells can accumulate on the skin’s surface which can lead to dull and dry skin. To remove these dead cells, daily exfoliation is necessary. Mix some brown sugar and olive oil for a nourishing body scrub. The quantity of brown sugar will be twice as oil.

You should also add some honey, which is beneficial for skin types that are both dry and acne-prone, and some essential lemon or orange oil for an uplifting smell. Use the soap in the tub, running across the body in circular movements, and paying attention to raw spots like the elbows.

#2 DIY Massage

Unfortunately, to have a full-body massage, you would certainly need an additional pair of palms, but by whipping up your own massage oil, you can get ready for action.

Fill a two-ounce bottle with a lightweight oil such as jojoba or coconut to make your favorite oil blend, then apply 30 blended drops of soothing and balancing essential oils such as vanilla, or lavender.

Keep away from any essential oils that are too strong and calming.

#3 Face mask

To brighten their faces, celebrities have long been fans of DIY yogurt face masks. Tan France, the home fashion specialist at the Queer Eye Netflix broadcast, mixes green tea with yogurt and put it on the face.

Everything you have to do is cleanse your skin, cook up the concoction in your kitchen, and paint it with a clean make-up brush. Scarlett Johansson mixes hers with oatmeal and applies two teaspoons of turmeric. Wash off the mix at about 15 minutes and marvel at your vivid skin.

#4 Hair Conditioning

A lot of these tips are about providing some TLC to your face, but what about your hair? You can quickly repurpose it into a moisturizing hair mask while you are cooking with coconut oil.

Use it as any mask: add molten coconut oil to your wet locks after shampooing, comb it over and allow it to rest for up to 30 minutes. Clean it out, take care to get rid of any traces of the grease, while any remaining can leave your hair greasy while it is really nourishing.

#5 Hand Treatment

Try using a moisturizing scrub made from 1 tablespoon of olive oil, 1 tablespoon of sugar, and a teaspoon of almond or grape oil for a softening treat for your paws. Scoop some of the paste into the palms and rub it all over with circular gestures.

Rinse the mixture with warm water for a few minutes, until much of the oil has been cleaned out, then pat it dry. Finish with a hand cream or lotion that is moisturizing.