A DIY SPA DAY AT HOME

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A DIY SPA DAY AT HOME

There is no reason to skip your monthly spa day while at home.

Our Spa Therapists from Steenberg Spa have created the perfect skincare regime that you can do at home with a handful of ingredients.

Facial

Cleanse as normal and then use this combination of ingredients to exfoliate after cleansing:

Exfoliate: Soak oats in water with a little bit of honey. Apply the oats to your face and move in a circular motion with your fingertips for 2 – 3 minutes. Rinse off with lukewarm water. This process will remove excess dead skin cells and prime the skin for the next steps of your facial. 

Don’t have any oats in the pantry? No problem. Lemon juice is a fantastic natural fruit acid exfoliating agent. Apply lemon juice onto the skin and leave for 2 – 3 minutes. Rinse off with lukewarm water. This process will remove excess dead skin cells and lighten and brighten the skin.

Mask: Mash a ripe avocado with a fork, apply to the skin and leave for 10 – 15 minutes. Remove with lukewarm water. This will hydrate and moisturise the skin.

Only have an egg? No problem! Separate the egg white from the egg and apply the egg white on to the skin using a brush. Leave on for 10 – 15 minutes. The egg white has anti-ageing properties and will tone and tighten the skin.

Body Scrub

While your mask is activating on your face, use this combination of ingredients to create a wonderful body scrub to remove dead skin cells.

Mix brown sugar with olive oil. Apply and scrub all over the body. Rinse off in the shower or in the bath. Moisturise afterwards with your favourite body lotion.

And that’s it! Your easy DIY spa day at home. Pair this regime with a bubble bath and a glass of wine and you’ll be refreshed and revived.

Start planning your first spa day after the lockdown by browsing our Treatment Menu.

Always remember to test for sensitivity on a patch of skin before going ahead with the treatment. If you experience an allergic reaction, seek medical attention immediately.