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7 Multitasking at Home Spa Treatments ...

When you’re going the budget-friendly route, multitasking spa treatments are ideal, which is why I've written a list of multitasking at home spa treatments. You shouldn’t have to sacrifice "you time" when saving money. So check out my list of 7 multitasking at home spa treatments, to get your next "you time" from ahh to spa.

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1. Dead Sea Mud

You can never go wrong with Dead Sea Mud. PURE Dead Sea Mud, not those crappy discount brand tubes mixed with other "special" ingredients. Dead Sea Mud contains a wide variety of healthy minerals designed to purify your skin, as well as heal and protect it from aging elements and acne. Now that’s a pretty cool product, which is why it tops my list of the best at home spa treatments.

2. Milk Bath

So you may know that milk is great for strong bones and teeth. But did you know it’s also great for your skin? Milk is chock full of lactic acid, an alpha hydroxy acid. Lactic acid can help with overall skin tone and texture. Not only that, but it can also help preventing wrinkles. Pour a powdered milk bath kit into your tub, sit back, and get ready to spahhh...

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3. Essential Oils

Essential oils are great! And they’re having a huge resurgence, especially where I am. You may think you’re just warming a relaxing scent, but it can actually be good for your health! For example, that lavender you just warmed is great topically for acne, and inhaled for headaches! Essential oils can heal a wide variety of ailments ranging from external skin and hair problems, to internal health issues. Think about that next time you’re "just going to warm up some peppermint oil."

4. Epsom Salt Bath

I love Epsom salts. I use them in most of my scrubs, and for my weekly relax bath. Seriously, I have a bulk sized bottle in my bathroom! They are the ultimate detox. Epsom salt’s magnesium content is great for getting your blood flowing and your heart pumping. Plus it keeps your skin smooth, even, and acne free. Just make sure you keep a glass of cool water to drink while you’re relaxing, so that you don‘t get dehydrated during your detox.

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5. Oil Pulling

As of this past month, oil pulling has been an insanely popular trend. And there’s good reason. This centuries-old treatment is known to whiten teeth, prevent cavities, prevent bad breath, reverse cavity damage, and even help keep your skin healthy! Whew, talk about a multitasker! It’s pretty easy routine too. Just take some coconut oil (or sesame) and swish it around in your mouth for 10-20 minutes, spit in the trash can (not the sink) and voila! Gorgeous pearly whites!

6. Sugar Coffee Scrub

You may think coffee is the holy grail of your morning routine. But did you know it can also become the holy grail of your spa routine? The caffeine content is fabulous for perking up skin, tightening those flabby spots, and giving you an over all brighter look. Mix with some sugar and oil of your choice, and scrub away. Ever since I found out my favorite strong coffee is no longer a friend of my tummy (I know kittens, I’m devastated too), coffee scrubs have become the next best thing. Trust me, you won’t be able to stop smelling yourself!

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7. Green Tea Bath

Okay, since I just gave you a coffee scrub I’ll give you a green tea bath! Now you may drink green tea for its antioxidant purposes, but you can also bathe in it to get results.Green tea baths are a great weekly detox. They even out your skin tone, help with rashes, and relax your muscles. When you’re done with the tea bags place them on your eyes to de-puff. Just don’t drink your bath while you’re in it (I know it’s tempting).

So there you have it! Great multitasking treatments that help you do more as you relax (and save money). So what do you think about these spa treatments? Any you would like to add?

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