Spa Day at Home

Spa Day at Home

A spa day is always calling my name but not my wallet. While it may be not the same experience of being in a spa you can do similar treatments for minimal money and look and feel fabulous in the end. I like to pamper myself every now and then with a spa day at home. Things I like to do are listed below.

Spa Day at Home

Facial Care
Remove all makeup and dirt from face by washing it with facial cleanser and pat dry. Steam face by filling up the sink with hot water and putting your face over it and a towel over your head to keep the steam in for about 5 minutes. Apply a facial mask, rest on the couch while letting it dry. Rinse face with lukewarm water, pat dry and apply moisturizer.

Soak nails for 5 minutes. Dry nail bed and apply cuticle remover and push back cuticles with a cuticle pusher. File nails and removes access file shavings. Apply a base coat, let dry. Apply nail color and let dry. Finish with a top coat.

Soothing Bath
Draw a warm bath and fill it with either bubble bath, rose petal or bath bombs. Relax with a book or close your eyes.

Dry off after your bath and apply body lotion to the entire body.

Great Movie
Finish off the spa at home day with a great movie such as Freaky Friday: A New Musical is now available on DVD. It is packed with Exclusive Bonus Content Including Bloopers, Deleted Scenes and Audition Tapes! Check out some information about the movie, and the cast below.

About Freaky Friday: A New Musical

A contemporary musical update of the classic comedic story, “Freaky Friday” is based on Disney Theatrical Productions’ stage adaptation of the celebrated novel by Mary Rodgers. Sixteen-year-old Ellie Blake and her uber-organized mom Katherine, are constantly at odds about Ellie’s messy room, sloppy clothes, and seemingly careless attitude. Ellie really misses her dad who passed away a few years ago; she bickers with her younger brother and argues with Katherine who’s getting ready to marry her fiancé, Mike – tomorrow. As mother and daughter quarrel, they accidentally break the treasured hourglass given to Ellie by her father and then, suddenly, they magically switch bodies. Now, Ellie and Katherine must trade places at work and at school, and, during one crazy day, they’ll learn to understand and appreciate each other.

Cast: Cozi Zuehlsdorff as Ellie; Heidi Blickenstaff as Katherine; Ricky Heas Adam; Alex Désert as Mike; and Jason Maybaum as Fletcher.

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