Hello ladies! Tonight I’m thinking of doing an at home spa-night (one of my all time favourite things to do!) so I thought I would share a few of my inexpensive but super effective finds with you!
|Lush Bubble Bar – Creamy Candy|
Okay, this is arguable regarding the “economical” part but I have some tricks to make it more cost effective! This is Lush’s bubble bar in Creamy Candy! If you want to really indulge yourself and relax any of Lush’s products are a great way to do it! They are so well formulated and fragrant you don’t need much else! My trick to make it last longer is to break it up into 4 chunks, that way you get 4 baths out of it! I do like to add bath salts as well to suck all the toxins out of my skin. I like Rocky Mountain Soap Company’s Detox Bath Salts (www.rockymountainsoap.com) or for an even less expensive option, regular epsom salts from Wal-Mart work great and are only around $2.50 for a large carton!
|Freeman Pineapple Enzyme Mask|
I usually use two masks if I’m doing a full indulgent spa night. This is the first one I use, Freeman Pineapple enzyme mask. I use this first to get rid of all the dead skin cells that have built up from the week! It works incredibly well and is only $3.77 at Wal-Mart, YAY!
|Lush Magnaminty Mask|
Next, I’ll use a clay mask to get every last bit of debris out! This is one of my favourites and its by lush. This is their only mask that doesn’t have to be refrigerated (which I love) and also works the best for me. Another great mask (that I actually use more often because its less expensive) is Freeman’s Mint/Lemon Clay mask. It has the same effects for about a third of the cost for $3.77 as well! St.Ives also makes a really good one but recently it has been making my skin itch. Its called their Mineral Clay Firming Mask, it works really well and its only about $4.50.