Relax With A Spa Shower At Home

A tiring day at work; aching muscles; throbbing head; you need to relax under the soothing streams of water in your bathroom. Before you head into the shower cubicle here are few things you can do which can make the whole process of cleaning up a relaxing and soothing experience. This is how you can do it:

Relax with a thorough massage:

Prepare yourself for your shower by massaging your body with a body oil infused with aromatherapy essential oil. It will not only leave your skin soft and supple but will also improve the blood circulation which can get constricted due to stress. Start your massage from your legs up to your torso, and then arms and shoulder. Blend few drops of Aroma Magic Lavender Essential Oil with Aloe Veda Distil Sweet Almond Oil to make your own relaxing massage oil.

Use a wash and pack for face

Give your face some TLC with a face wash and then a rejuvenating face pack. Wash your face with Garnier Pure Exfoliating Face Wash and then apply a rejuvenating face mask like VLCC De-Pigmentation Face Mask. Let it dry while you take care of the rest of your body.

Cleanse with an exfoliator

Pour some soap-free, foaming, exfoliating body wash like Skin Cottage Orange & Peach Body Scrub and Bath. The micro-granules slough off dead skin cells and the lather wash-off the excess oil. Rinse with warm water. Your skin will glow.

Don’t forget to pamper your feet

Do pamper your feet when they’ve been softened in the shower. Use a foot brush and pumice stone to remove dead skin, especially around the heels, leaving them soft, smooth and clean after rinsing. Try Vega 4-in-1 Pedicure Tool. Your nails will shine and heels will be callus-free.

Envelope your skin in luxury

Finished your shower? Now seal the deal with a final pampering of your skin. Pick a skin softening body butter and apply to your damp skin. Apply generously all over your body, watch it being absorbed and feel the sheer luxury of satiny skin that is glowing and radiant. Try Health & Glow Cocoa Body Butter.

Step out of your shower, tuck in for a soothing night’s rest and feel your stress drain away.