Most of us don't have money to go to the spa, but we have time. If we were spending more of that time making money we could go to the spa, but who wants to do that?
There are really only three steps to making a serious load of combinations as far as bath salts go. Oil, sugar/salt and essential oil. With just those three ingredients you can mix and match a number of luxurious scrubs that often come out way better than anything you'd pay a reasonable amount for at the store.
Here are just a few examples:
See how easy that recipe is. Get creative it's just Sugar/Salt + Oil + scented oil. You can throw in herbs as well if you want to step it up, you know dress it up a little.
Have you ever dipped your fingers in wax and then pulled them out? They are super smooth to the touch! So why wouldn't it do that to your face? It does! The other great thing is that it waxes the places you want hair removed in a gentle way. I wouldn't rely on this method for hair removal exclusively, it's more for the smooth feel after a facial. The other great thing is that is just peels right off. You don't have a bunch of gunk sticking to places around your nose. It literally comes right TF off.
What you do:
Put wax on your face, it's that easy! Dip your fingers in warm candle wax and then quickly apply to your face. It's a super weird sensation. I can only assume that for it to have even more benefit you could use a candle that has bees wax and essential oils. Number one: because bees wax is used for hair removal and is organic. Number two: because the oils are naturally moisturizing to your skin. A few scented candles that might be ideal are lavender, pomegranate seed oil and sandalwood. Lavender is great for redness, puffiness and is an anti-inflammatory. Sandalwood is good for really dry skin and has a calming effect. Pomegranate is good for anti-aging and some other shit I can't remember.
You know you're bored and dying to try something new that doesn't involve getting up. This DIY beauty is perfect for that DTTSNTDIGU attitude! Plus it's like a total Lumiere throwback, Beauty and the Beast mfer's.