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At-Home Beauty & Spa Treatment Recipes

Updated on March 8, 2011

Holistic health and natural personal care products are not just a fad; they are here to stay. And here's why: they provide more nutrients to your skin and hair, without the negative side effects of chemical fillers. However, until they become more mainstream, they tend to be on the expensive side.

That's why I'm letting you in on a secret: homemade spa treatments you can whip up in your kitchen, with whatever you have handy. They are cheap, easy, and nothing provides superior results!

If you don't see what you need here, leave a comment, and I'll be sure to answer your request with recipes from my own personal collection.



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      lindsey 5 years ago

      I love trying new things with your body and this is a good one,Maddie, and it must work I can't wait to try it

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      Rana 6 years ago

      Hello .my face skin has many dark spot .i want to remove can i do it at home with homemade?please suggest me......

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      louromano 6 years ago

      Beautiful hub ! Nice information !

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      aintgonnaknowme 6 years ago

      These look really fun!cant wait to try em' out!

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      trixie12345 6 years ago

      yes there is use moose or something close to moose

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      matin 6 years ago

      Hi. Are there any tips for men with curly, dry, frizzy, bad looking hair? Very good website by the way! :)

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      lovex 6 years ago

      omg you have got to try this i've been searching the internet all day looking for solutions and i've found a great one that have worked for me.

      1.First wash your face twice per day with pure water. Warm water is more ideal since oil does not dissolve in water. Making the water warm will help to better remove oils from our face which leads to zits. Rub gently in circular motion. If you have very oily skin, you may want to consider using a gently face wash that also contains salicylic acid to exfoliate your skin and prevent it from drying out.

      2.After you are done washing your face, use a gentle moisturizer to keep your skin glowing and beautiful.

      3.If you have a very big zit, you can put an ice pack on it every 30 minutes and hold it there for at least two minutes. This will prevent swelling and redness and also prevent the area from becoming inflamed.

      4.Another thing you could do, is to make a paste of orange peels with water and apply on the face. Zits will disappear within 2 days.

      hope i've helped ,and i hope your acne free xxxxx

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      lovex 6 years ago

      who knows a simple way of gettting rid of acne using non complicated ingredients


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      lovex 6 years ago

      can you also use them on whiteheads and blackheads and do they work?

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      brittanyLov3 6 years ago

      loved it!!!! i cant wait to try them out!!!!

      ......fearsome love, brittany

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      Maria 7 years ago

      Do you have a recipe for a facial mask using paprika?

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      HappyHolly 7 years ago

      Can't wait to try these out!

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      sarah 7 years ago

      This was so fun!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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      layla johnson 7 years ago

      are you able to create these products at home?

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      shahs 8 years ago

      graet girrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllfrieeend i said my face look so gd g2g i look a young older i'm actually 20 years old

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      reviyve 8 years ago from New York

      I agree. Besides, natural is better for you anyway. It may cost a little more but it's worth it in the long run.

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      sudufkmdkvg 8 years ago

      these are awesome and i can save lots of money by using it and they make my skin feel awesome justlike a teen again

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      Samantha Akin 9 years ago

      why does it say we can get facial mask recipes when I can't?

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      Lan 10 years ago

      hi! i am very amaze of how much i can save by just following the easy steps on how to make a natural and healthy body scrubs.

      Thank you and keep up the good work.

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      Amanda Allton 10 years ago

      Do you have any recipes for a good lotion? My 4yo daughter is having a horrible time this winter with dry skin and I can't seem to find anything over the counter that will help.

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      James Paterson 10 years ago from Scotland

      Hi Maddie, well done, Hub 100, I hope to see a lot more of your writing, keep up the good work.....jimmy

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      Cory Zacharia 10 years ago

      These look really appealing and healthy. Thank you.

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      Stacie Naczelnik 10 years ago from Seattle

      What a great collection--thanks.

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      Marye Audet 10 years ago from Lancaster, Texas

      these look fun! find time to try them. :)


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