Pamper yourself with these natural skin care products for an at-home spa treatment
Spas can rejuvenate every cell in your body. And with so many natural products in the market, it’s easy to create an at-home spa experience. Indulge in a little self-pampering in the comfortable confines of your own space. We suggest four spa essentials to invest in
A concoction of herbal ingredients such as sesame oil, whey, jelly leaves and winter cherry, a massage with this oil can help the body relax. It is great for muscle aches, sore necks and body fatigue. Tone the skin, build muscle tissue and awaken the nervous system with this treatment.
For dull, frizzy, and brittle hair, the L’Oreal Hair Spa Nourishing Creambath can work wonders. The addition of purified water along with water lily helps maintain the pH balance of the hair and scalp. A home-spa essential, the Creambath infuses hair with moisture and nutrients that you lose everyday due to the pollution and stress of city life—bringing back shine and softness to your tresses.
This hair repair mask with extracts of goji berry helps moisturize and nourish the hair from root to tip. You wouldn’t have to deal with tangled hair knots post a shower session anymore. Flyaway hair would become a thing of the past. The mask also helps repair the follicles and strands of over-treated hair. Shiny, soft and with plenty of volume, the hair mask will make you love your hair more after every wash.
The moisturizing touch along with plenty of vitamins and essential fatty acids in this product help fight signs of ageing, dark spots, and blemishes. The facial kit is a collagen kit that removes dead skin cells and also builds new skin cells. Through bio regeneration of new cells the kit helps bring back vitality and life to the fatigued skin.
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