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DIY Spa Treatments Your Skin will Love

10:00 AM - September 30, 2014 by Emily Madison

If you're fed up with purchasing costly beauty and skin care products which only last a couple of weeks then we can help you change that. There are many excellent spa products that you can create at home. DIY spa treatments are now a becoming very popular as people learn how easy it can be to make their own beauty products at home using natural ingredients which are safe and effective on the skin. 

We would love to share our top pick spa treatments that you can make at home.

Rejuvenating Coco Face Mask 


1/2 cup of natural cocoa powder
4 tbsps. of ground oatmeal
1/2 cup of fresh honey
4 tbsps. of cream 
2 tbsps. of kaolin or white clay


1. Combine all of the ingredients in a large, non-reactive bowl until a regular consistency is achieved and color emerges.
2. Use your hands to mix together the powdery ingredients, and don’t stop mixing until the splotchy colors disappear

Direction of Use:

Apply the resulting compound generously on your face, around your eyes, and on your forehead. 
Leave on for twenty to thirty minutes before rinsing off completely. 
Rinse off the face mask with lukewarm water. 
Finish off your face cleanse with a splash of cool water.
Feel free to use a hypoallergenic soap to reduce the cocoa smell if it doesn’t suit you. 

Mask for Dry Skin


1 large egg
3 tbsps. of coconut oil
2 tbsps. of honey


1. Remove the egg yolk.
2. Combine the rest of the ingredients in a non-reactive bowl.
3. Mix until you get a good consistency.

Direction of Use:

Apply to the face generously.
Gently rub the compound inward (toward the nose) to preserve the integrity of the skin.
Leave on for half an hour.
Wash off with lots of water

Warning: Avoid rubbing with a face towel or any other cloth as it can irritate your skin and make it appear drier.

Tip: Take care of your skin according to your skin type. Oily skin needs to be cleansed more often, but not necessarily cleaned out of all its surface oil. Oil or sebum is there for a reason: it protects the skin and makes your skin look supple. Removing all of the oil on the surface of your skin can leave the skin dry and prone to bacterial infection. 

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