Featuring: Andovia Dead Sea Salt Scrub
I love the spa just as much as any other girl. However, the one thing I do not like is the big hole it puts into my pocket. So what is usually more relaxing is making a DIY spa night in your own home! Plus you can have a glass (or bottle, no one is judging) of wine and sit in the tub. So what might a DIY Spa night consists of, you might ask?
I love starting with my face, then pampering my feet. I’m just weird about touching my feet and then my face after, but that might only be me.
1. Frutique Papaya Enzyme: Exfoliate
I love to exfoliate my skin, but sometimes I feel as if the beads are too harsh. I now am an extreme advocate for exfoliating gels. You simply rub it into your dry skin and the dead skin comes right off!
Unfortunately, they stopped selling this at Sally’s, but you can find an equivalent at ULTA (here)
2. The Body Shop Seaweed Ionic Clay Mask
Face masks just add another level to pampering yourself! This is for combination/oily skin, but I think it would work on anyone who needs to draw the impurities out of their pores. I don’t, however, recommend using it more than once a week if you have dry skin though.
Find this at The Body Shop (here)
3. Gena Pedi Care With Peppermint Oil
When your feet are still dry, rub this all over. This works very similarly to the face exfoliating gel I previously mentioned. Just when you rubbed it all in and think it is not working, your skin will begin to shed! Depending on how many calluses or how dry your feet are, you may need to apply a second round.
Find it at Sally’s Beauty (here)
4. Andovia Dead Sea Salt Scrub
Although I said I do not like face scrubs, I am a fanatic for body scrubs! Once you rinse all the residue off your feet, you can apply this body scrub. Instead of micro beads, there is salt that is used to exfoliate. I love the oily feel it has to it and it makes my feet and hands feel so soft after! And they’re not oily once they dry either!
A couple weeks ago my mom was telling me about how the FDA was looking into banning scrubs with the little micro beads in them because they do not actually dissolve in water and are harming the animals in lakes, rivers, and oceans. This was a major reason I chose to work with goPure Naturals and try out this body scrub. EVERYTHING is natural and they stand behind that 100%. I’m not a huge activist or anything, but if I know something is bad for the environment, I don’t want to keep adding to the damage.
So there you have it! Now go light some candles by the bathtub and have yourself a night relaxing night!!
NOTE: All the opinions in this post are mine. The only sponsored item is the Adovia Dead Sea Salt Scrub, which I was sent in exchange for writing a review. I share my honest thoughts on products because I want you to know what good (and bad) products are out there!