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Build Your at Home Spa Kit – 11 Essentials to Get You Started

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Are you too short on time and money for a visit to the spa? A day at the spa is a luxury most of us cannot afford, but that doesn’t mean you have to miss out! Use this list to help create the perfect at home spa toolkit so you can take care of yourself without breaking the bank!

Perhaps you are putting together a spa themed gift basket and need inexpensive ideas. Each one of these relaxing bath items cost less than $10 at the time of compiling this list!

washcloth with text overlay saying 11 products for under $10 for your home spa

Face and Body Home Spa Items

Dead Sea Mud Mask

Claimed to reduce wrinkles, minimize pores, and remove blackheads! Sounds like a win in a jar, but you’ll be happy with smoother skin! Plus, can you really have a spa without some sort of facial mask? It seems like a necessity.

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Epsom Salt Soaking Solution

If you don’t get anything else, at least purchase Dr. Teal’s Epsom Salt Soaking Solution. Epsom salts are amazing for relaxing the body, soothing aches and pains, and helping you sleep better. If you are giving this as a gift, repackaging it in a mason jar covered with the mason jar cozy would be a great way to present it.

Himalayan Salt Scrub

Salt Scrub seems fairly easy to DIY, but it can be tricky to get the ratios right. This Himalayan Salt Scrub is already made for you with a great balance of salt and shea butter. Perfect for

Honest Company Body Wash

You may not think of the Honest Company when you think of spa necessities, but this gentle body wash isn’t just great for babies. With limited ingredients and mild yet lovely scents, this body wash is perfect to lather up on your spa night while still being safe enough to use on the whole family.

Honest Company Lotion

The Honest Company face and body lotion really falls somewhere between and lotion and a cream. It is thick and rich without being heavy or greasy. Just like the body wash, the scents offered are mild and lovely. Lavender is great to help you relax and calm.

Pedicure Bath Bomb

When you don’t have time for a full at home spa treatment, put your feet in a tub and drop in one of these pedicure bath bombs. A quick foot soak will help soften your skin and relax your muscles. This bath bomb set would also make a great gift on its own!

Home Spa Accessories

Day at the Spa Washcloth

Are you ready for a day at the spa? Use this easy crochet washcloth pattern to make a spa-worthy washcloth and get ready to relax and rejuvenate! This easy crochet washcloth would also be a lovely housewarming gift or a wedding gift.

This spa washcloth is perfect for your at home spa kit. It is easy to make and beautiful. Crochet washcloths can last a long time when well taken care of and they soften with use. If you don’t crochet, look for natural, all cotton washcloths to add to your spa essentials.


Spa Headband

You’ll want these when applying your facial mask to keep your hair and mask where they are supposed to be. They are also helpful when applying makeup!

Cooling Eye Mask

This cooling eye mask can be frozen or heated to suit just what you need! It can also be used outside of spa time to help relieve headaches.

Dry Body Brush

Dry brushing is said to improve circulation and remove toxins. I love it for the exfoliation benefits! There are many different dry brush varieties including ones with long handles enabling you to reach your back.

Mrs. Meyer Soy Candle

The soft smell and beautiful flicker from Mrs. Meyers Soy Candles is just what you need to round out your perfect spa time. The cleaner-burning soy allows the fresh scents to gently fill your space while helping to relax and soothe you.

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Do you have any favorite at-home spa items I didn’t add? Let me know in the comments!

One Comment

  1. Amanda Bose-Clash says:

    I have to have a foot roller. It’s usually made of wood, has interesting massage nubs all over it, you can apply as little pressure, to full body weight, as you like, & it loosens up any planters fasciitis spots in every part of my foot “soul”😁and I am in complete control of the speed and pressure at all times (perfect for those of us running the show, and even those that only think they are😉)

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