Spa Day

BestSpaGiftBasketsRelaxInComfortEveryone loves to treat him or herself… Especially me, but one of my goals this year was to save money, not spend it. I know I’m not the only one on this financial bandwagon because it’s pretty full. Now here is a comparison between spa costs, and stocking up for an at home spa, which will save you hundreds in the long run. Remember, in this comparison its one single spa visit compared with one single trip to a Target to have several spa days. All of these products have been tested and approved by me, which is probably why I’m bragging about them. I always get the nicest compliments on how my bath and beauty products smell! So please, treat yourself… you deserve it. Guys – I know this blog probably has you snoozing but imagine making a great gift basket and surprising her? You’ll save money AND get laid. Bonus points for doing the treatments for her. ;)



  • One hour Swedish Massage: $120
  • One hour Salt Scrub with Lotion Application: $130
  • European Facial: $80
  • Manicure: $45
  • Pedicure: $50
  • Deep Conditioning Treatment (hair): $30

Total: $455 (not including service tips)

AT HOME SPA (shopping list provided by

  • SheaMoisture Coconut & Hibiscus Sea Salt Soak: $12.99
  • SheaMoisture Coconut & Hibiscus Bath, Body & Massage Oil: $9.99
  • Apotheke:M 3 pc Soothing Samplet – Coconut Jasmine Cleanser, Body Crème & After Bath Tonic: $12.99
  • Fekkai PrX Hair Care Set: $14.99
  • Boots No7 Total Renewal Micro-Dermabrasion Excoliator: $12.63
  • Earth Therapeutics Sole Food Pedicure Kit: $15.29
  • Sia Botanics Enzyme Mask: $13.99
  • ShaeMoisture African Black Soap Problem Skin Moisturizer: $11.99
  • Red Carpet Manicure Must Haves Kit: $29.99

Total: $134.85

Money saved in one day: $320.15 (which you could spend on other things to spoil yourself or just save!)

By |2016-10-15T07:23:07+00:00March 18th, 2014|Categories: blog|Tags: , , , , |2 Comments