Just because there’s a credit crunch doesn’t mean we should miss out on getting ready for Summer! So, let's grab some friends, pick a spa and go for one of these beautifying, but affordable, treatments!
This one involves sitting in a steam chamber covered in three different types of mud, for the face and body. The mud cleanses and smoothes skin, causing a radiant glow, and the experience ends with a tropical rain shower. The other great news is that 4 people can share - so you just need to pick which girlfriends you'd like to share these out of this world experience. And the cost starts at $50 for 45 minutes. Quite a bargain, huh?
A professional salt scrub, this leaves skin feeling hydrated, nourished and silky smooth. It also encourages a healthy glow. And it's such a must if you are going for a beach vacation! I had this done to me last year before we went to the seaside for a week and my tan has never been more even and beautiful!
Starts with a full body exfoliation and ending with a cleansing soap massage, this costs around $50 (and up for upscale Spas), but will leave you feeling like a new woman. I performed something of this kind at home, but it's hardly ever the same when you do it yourself ...
A completely relaxing experience, you will lie floating on warm water while remaining completely dry. The aromatherapy oils and calming music create an atmosphere that will truly calm and tantalize your senses. This heavenly procedure is supposed to start at $45 and up. It does sound wonderful, doesn't it?
A facial massage that concentrates on hydrating the eyes and massaging away signs of aging. It costs around $50 for an hour and up. I haven't tried it yet, but I heard a 30-something year old girl raving about it on her phone.
A relaxing facial using luxurious creams and aromatherapy oils that will leave your skin beaming and cost you only $50 in a pretty good salon. I never get my facials done by beauticians who I haven't tried earlier or by those who were not recommended by my friends. It's a very tricky procedure, so it's better to make sure you are in reliable hands.
This is a nourishing, stress relieving and hydrating massage using rich creams and aromatherapy oils to reflect your mood. Salons usually charge $40 for 25 minutes. But in order to get the most out of this procedure, I suggest you go to a very experienced, trusted beautician. Your whole experience will depend on how good she is at what she is doing!
You can get your nail shaping, cuticle work and polish, for your hands or feet, only $30 each. I so much love this procedure... I feel like a new woman every time I get my hands and feet done, and the best part is that when I leave the spa, I still smile inside every time I look down at my painted toes or at my manicured fingers for almost a week! That's a lot of smiling, which makes it totally worth it.
If you are willing to learn to do it yourself, I know a post that can come in handy: 11 Steps for a Perfect Home Made Manicure …. It has great easy tips on how to give yourself a professional manicure at home, when you do not have time or money for the Spa.
This is an increasingly popular treatment, involving massaging the body with hot stones. This relieves tension and is very relaxing, and costs $70 for an hour (and up). I haven't tried it, but I've seen many pictures of the hot stone treatment in the magazines... The girls on the ads look so peaceful, it must be a good one!
A full body Thai massage that concentrates on flexibility and muscle tone improvement. It lasts for a full hour, costing around $75. It might be not as relaxing as you would imagine (it actually hurts at bit), but once you are through, you feel like your body is totally weightless. I went for a series of massages like this, and I felt like cellulite started disappearing after the 1st session already. No kidding!
Do you feel like you need one of these treatments ASAP? Then make sure you consult SpaFinder.com to learn more about a particular treatment and the best places to get it! And in case you really don't think you want to go through the trouble (and money) of going to a spa, but still want the benefits, you might want to check out the Nu Skin Galvanic Spa!
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So now you can look and feel amazing, without breaking the bank, girl. Got a favorite penny-saving** beautifying treatment**, or know of a fantastic offer? Please share it with me!
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