Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Home Spa: Tips and Tricks

Okay, now you have got yourself a home spa and you’ve stacked up your closet with all kinds of exotic aromatic bath oils and spa salts for that ultra luxuriant bath and a glowing skin.

If you have a portable home spa, then you’re probably experiencing some of the most relaxing and exhilarating baths you could ever think of. Now, it’s time for you to know more about home spas and how to go about enjoying them and caring for them:

1. If you want to get the full benefit of the spa salts and bath oils, then you must remove the dead cells on your skin by exfoliating them before you get into your home spa. You can use a soft brush and rub it gently all over your body, or else you can rub one of the exfoliating bath salts on the skin. Dead cells block the minerals in the bath oils and the spa salts from being absorbed by the skin; therefore, exfoliation is recommended on a regular basis.

2. Light an aromatic candle in your home spa space. Sure it may not be your birthday, but the aroma of the aromatic candle, together with the aromatic bath oils and spa salts, will set the tone for your vibrant bath. Just make sure your home spa doesn’t smell like a perfumery!

3. Do not use strong cleansers on your face.

4. Do not get into your home spa if you’re high on alcohol or if you have fever. Light drinking when you’ve dunked yourself in your home spa is okay.

5. Get used to the hot water before you park yourself in your home spa. We don’t want you to be screaming when you’re inside.

6. When you’re done with your home spa bath, do not rinse immediately. Towel off the water instead. Remember, your skin can absorb the minerals from the bath oils and the spa salts up to 2–3 hours after the bath – rinsing your body will wash off the minerals completely.

7. Your body will perspire in the hot waters of your home spa. Remember to replace your body fluids after you’re through.

8. Wax the inside of your home spa tub to prevent minerals from accumulating and making the surface rough.

9. Always sanitize your home spa tub after you’re done.

10. Try cleaning yourself with warm towels after you’ve finished your home spa bath. Believe us, you’ll love it!

Well, these are some of the tricks you can try before soaking yourself in your home spa. If you do not have a home spa, then come to us and we’ll fix a portable home spa for that rejuvenating and refreshing bathing experience. Our website address is:

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