DIY Spa Day Products You Can Make from Ingredients in Your Kitchen!

Pamper yourself at home with these easy DIY spa products made from natural ingredients you’d find in the kitchen.

What better way to pamper ourselves in the rare moments of spare time given to us than with an at-home spa day!! Here are a few all-natural pamper products to help improve skin health, de-stress, and increase feelings of relaxation and calmness.

Below I share exactly how I make the various natural products I use in many of my videos, including essential oil sprays.

I’ve customised a basic kit for you to make at home with some natural products that I myself use on a regular basis and products that will work well for most skin types. I prefer to use sterilised apothecary jars and recycled glass containers. They’re all reusable and recyclable.

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Relaxing bath salts to help relieve anxiety, sore muscles, and relax the mind.

If you make any of these products, please let me know! Leave a comment below, and if you take a picture and share it, please tag me on Instagram @simplynaturalnessa or use the hashtag #simplynaturalnessa so I can see! I’d love to know how it went for you!

DIY all-natural Spa Day Essentials

Below is a basic spa day kit for you to pamper your beautiful self with – without any of the harsh chemicals found in many pre-made self-care products.

Himalayan Salt Body Soak

Use these salts when taking a bath. They’re great for reducing anxiety and stress, and helping with sore muscles, body fatigue, etc.

Ingredients:

To make:

  1. Fill glass jar with salts, then add the sweet almond oil, dried orange peels, vitamin E oil and essential oils.
  2. Mix ingredients well, and store in a cool, dry place.

To use:

Add 1/2 cup to bath while water is running. This will help the salt and oils diffuse in the water. Enjoy!

I dry out the orange peel myself; to do it, reserve some organic orange peel, chop it up finely, then dehydrate in an oven or dehydrator until crisp.

Tea Tree Water Toner

This toner can be used on both face and body.

Ingredients:

To make:

  1. Add all the ingredients to an amber spritz bottle, and shake well to combine. Shake before each use.

To use:

  1. Simply spray onto face and/or body, and gently massage into skin. Let dry before applying moisturisers or oils.
  2. It can also be used as a antibacterial hand sanitiser, or as an effective scalp treatment if you have things like dandruff, dermatitis, eczema, etc. as it’s very calming and soothing.
  3. It’s also great to use around your cuticles after getting a manicure, as an effective remedy for dry skin.

Essential oil Aromatherapy Room/Home Spray

Great as a room spray, yoga mat spray, pillow spray, linen spray, etc.

Ingredients:

To make:

  1. Pour filtered water and witch hazel into spritz bottle, then add in essential oils.
  2. Shake well to combine. Always shake before each use.
  3. Spray as needed.
Aromatherapy spray for use as a room spray, house spray, or even to use on bed and/or pillow to promote sleep!

Natural Roll-On Oil for Headaches

Roll the blend on your temples, wrists, behind the ears, and to the bottom of your feet. These are some of the pulse points on your body, which means there are blood vessels for the essential oils to enter the bloodstream much faster. You can use as many different carrier oils like:

Ingredients:

To make:

  1. Add essential oils to a roll-on amber glass bottle.
  2. Fill the rest with carrier oil.
  3. Cap it and shake well to combine. Always shake before each use. Store in a cool, dry place away from sunlight. Will keep for around 1-2 years.

To use:

Apply to temples, wrists, bottom of feet or behind ears.

All-Natural Massage oil

A completely natural massage oil to help target and penetrate deep into sore muscles to release tension and promote healing. Toxin-free, chemical-free, and super easy to make.

Ingredients:

To make:

  1. In an amber dropper bottle, combine the argan oil, jojoba oil, avocado oil, vitamin E oil and vegetable glycerine, then cap it and shake well to combine.
  2. Add the essential oils, cap again and shake well to combine. Store in a cool, dark place.

To use:

  1. Pour a small amount of oil onto your palms to warm it up
  2. Apply to affected areas and massage as needed.
All-natural massage oil to help target and penetrate deep into sore muscles to release tension and promote healing.

As always, this is not personal medical advice and we recommend that you talk with your doctor before trying or using any new products. It’s important to check with a doctor before taking this or any new product, especially if taking any other medicine or supplement or if pregnant or nursing. Be sure to check ingredients to make sure there is no risk of an allergic reaction.

Have you made any of these products before? Which was your favourite? Share in the comments below.

Lots of love,

🖤 Vanessa