Thursday, March 26, 2009

Organic Spa Treatments

by Louise Forrest

If you are lucky enough to be able to visit a spa then you know how wonderful your skin looks and feels after a visit. But you do not always need to go to the spa in order to treat your skin. You can do it in the comfort of your very own home and to a great budget too.If you want to make organic skin care at home then you need to make sure that the ingredients that you use are organic and are obtained from a trusted source. Women from all over the globe love the way their skin feels after a visit to the spa. These organic skin care recipes are all used for specialties treatments at some of the world's top natural care spas. Remember to always purchase organic ingredients for our skin care recipes. Non-organic ingredients contain chemical fertilizers and pesticides which you do not want absorbed into your body through the skin.

1. Organic Body Butter. For this you will need some towels and a blanket if you want to try this and to keep yur head at ease you may want to consider using a pillow too.

You will need:
- organic avocado
-organic banana
-soft organic butter
-lavender essential oil
-whipped cream that is organic
-a bathroom that has been steamed
-once you start to sweat apply the mixture to your skin
-lie on the towels and wrap the blanket around and stay in that position for a maximum of 20 minutes
-rinse in a warm shower

2. Organic Body Butter – Another version you are more than likely to have all the ingredients already. Mix the following ingredients together:

- organic coconut oil
-organic honey
-crunchy organic peanut butter
-organic brown sugar

Use this mixture when you are in the bath, and massage this well onto your entire body. After you have massaged all over, you then need to cleanse your skin with a very mild organic cleanser. Then just apply an organic milk lotion to complete. Then of course rinse with warm water.If you are looking for a super fast face scrub then all you need to do is to take a few handfuls of Epsom salt and rub over the entire body when you are in the shower or taking a bath. This is a great method for exfoliating the skin and afterwards the skin will feel silky soft to touch.


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