Self-Care Spa Routine
If you’re extremely busy like me with no time to go to the spa and pamper yourself at least once a month, then I strongly urge you to bring the spa home to you.
Can you imagine coming home from 9 to 5 and taking a hot bath or shower after a long stressful day, maybe lighting some candles, and turning on some soft music and burning aromatherapy oils of Lavender to ease your mind? That’s what spas do for us; it soothes our minds and relaxes our body. It’s so significantly essential in our everyday lives. Our body is our greatest asset.
Ask yourself whether you make your body a priority by investing in your health. Or do you spend more money on clothing and cosmetics? We’re you, like many others, convinced that Covid-19 was a huge wake-up call? It has genuinely made us aware of just how fragile we are, and we should spend more time on ourselves by taking time to love our bodies.
Having a spa can be achieved in the enjoyment of your home. You can have a portable infrared sauna, a paraffin wax, a plug-in device that turns your ordinary bath into a bubble bath. A face steamer that plumps and hydrates your skin, a foot massager that takes all the pain and pressure away, a foot detox, to name a few.
People who have health issues and autoimmune diseases such as Arthritis and Lupus can benefit from using a sauna. The benefits include:
Breathing (respiratory health)
Below are some of the products you can enjoy for a spa day at home.
It is best to use an Infrared Sauna for 5-20 minutes, depending on your condition. Please consult your physician before following these guidelines. Please click on the links below so you can check out items mentioned in this article and make it a priority to invest in yourself and remember no one can care for us as much as we care for ourselves.