At Sabai Thai Spa, as much as we’d love to have you over for a spa day, we know not everyone has time to drop by at our location all the time.
So, this post is dedicated specifically for busy ladies and gents who would like to try putting up a spa at home. Have a look at the spa recipes below and let us know which one you’d like to try best.
Hydrating: Mix equal parts cooked oatmeal, full fat yogurt and two tablespoons of warmed honey for the ultimate hydrating mask. Leave on for 30 minutes and rinse with warm water. Don’t have oatmeal? Mix two tablespoons of yogurt and one tablespoon of honey.
Oily skin: Mash one ripe banana with one tablespoon of honey. Add a few drops of lemon or grapefruit and apply for 20 minutes. Remove with warm water.
After your brew your morning coffee, take the cool coffee grinds and mix with one cup of sugar and ¼ cup of olive oil. Use as you would any other body scrub in the shower. If your coffee didn’t give you the kick start you were looking for, this will.
In a small bowl, warm up some olive oil (but make sure it isn’t too hot). Massage into your tresses all the way down to the ends. Keep in for as long as you can stand and wash your hair as you normally would. The result? Super shiny, smooth hair.
Extending colour treatment for dark hair: For dark hair, rinse with strong coffee.
Beach waves: Add one tablespoon of sea salt to one cups of warm water. Dissolve the salt crystals and add to a spray bottle. Spray over partially dried hair and dry naturally for loose summer waves.
That is about it for all the home made spa recipes.
And if you have any other homemade spa ideas for natural beauty, feel free to share or comment below.