During my first few months as a blogger, I came across a blog post by REEM K from Gravity beauty, I reached out to her and we did make plans to partner up in the feature. Nevertheless, through her, I was introduced to the cosmetic spa brand Nspa.
I had been seeing their products at the local supermarket shelves but never did I think for once of purchasing any even though the package design was sleek. I eventually tried one thanks to her and now I wonder why I didn’t make such decision sooner!
This blog post is inspired by that one beauty product which luxurious scent left me in trans, I literally had to convince myself daily that it wasn’t food!
However, this is not an exclusive Nspa post, but rather a combination of my top picks for the most indulgent spa cosmetic products in the market.
All these products are natural, cruelty-free, affordable, vegan (not all), and nutrient-packed. It’s a win-win!
Five most indulgent spa cosmetic products.
When you want to get a little bit of pampering, you do not have to drive all the way around town to get that special loving, these beauty brands have found a way to bring it all home to you.
When having a spa day at home, you need 4 essential products to make the process complete, and what are they?
- Bubble bath or bath salt
- Body scrub
- Massage oil
- Body lotion
Nothing beats a sweetly intoxicating bubble bath soak after a long stressful day at school or work.
The honest company’s sweet orange vanilla scented bubble bath with naturally derived ingredients and essential oils is paraben and sulfate-free, hypoallergenic and vegan.
Although this product is formulated for kids, I still love this product as it smells nice, it’s gentle and natural, I realize that sometimes products formulated for kids often tend to work best on adult sensitive skin. However, this is not the best product for people with eczema.
Since a little can go a very long way with the sud, you could really get your moneys’ worth and more for just $9.99 on Amazon
Throw in some petals and scented candles to the mix and you’ve got yourself a treat. Just remember to put the product first into the bath before adding water to get more bubble!
this lavender cream bath milk soak is to die for, it has been my personal favorite for a while now, the smell of lavender filled the entire room the moment the bottle was opened for the first time! The only downside I guess is having to clean the lavender petals from the bathtub when you’re done to prevent it from clogging up the sink. But yet again, that’s not a unique scenario with bath salts containing flower petals.
One of the reasons I found this product incredible is because
- Milk Powder: A milk bath leaves your skin feeling soft and supple as it moisturizes. The fat and protein in the milk provide this immediate benefit in your bathwater. The milk also helps exfoliate the skin for additional softness. The lactic acid in milk helps clean and soften the skin. The milk hydrates the skin, preventing dryness.
- Baking Soda: Eczema is an incredibly common, yet not exactly curable skin condition. Studies have found that frequent baking soda baths can help to relieve the itching that eczema usually comes with. Getting rid of that itchy feeling is key to soothing flare-ups and healing skin. Baking soda is perfect for soothing sore muscles after the gym. Recovery is key to making progress at the gym – so be sure to do a muscle soak at least once a week.
- Epsom Salt becomes a powerful detoxifier as this ionic salt solution helps to extract the toxins out of your skin and tissues. The Epsom salt penetrates your skin, leaving you feeling refreshed and nourished. Soaking in a salt crystal bath is like soaking in an ocean of energy. As your body organs resonate with the natural frequency of the minerals in the salt bath, your body is being recharged, boosting metabolism and triggering its self-healing powers.
- Cornstarch: is absorbent when it comes to removing excess oils on the skin. This helps reduce oil clogging up pores, hence clearing up acne. It also soothes red and painful acne-prone skin. It is going to clear up or reduce your acne, whether it’s on the back, chest or elsewhere. Cornstarch has a slightly abrasive texture so it works as a nice skin exfoliator! You can exfoliate your face using cornstarch and water.
For body scrubs, Nspa fruit extract line still remains my personal bias, well at least until something else comes along, I can be quite fickle.
I like the raspberry and coconut extract scrubs, it smells like the real deal. I often would have to stop myself from trying to taste it as the scent is ridiculously uncanny.
However, I realized that the prices could be a bit more pricey online compared to buying it from the local beauty store, but from where I’m from, this product is not that accessible anyway. The coconut extract shower scrub costs $12 on Amazon.
whats a spa day without a bit of massage? not only would a bit of massage relief body tension but it will also promote supple, radiant skin! however in other for that to be accomplished, you need an excellent massage oil.
How about some edible vanilla cream massage therapy oil by honeydew?
I had been reading a heck a lot of reviews of this product on Amazon so I decided to give a try and I sure as hell was not disappointed.
You might have noticed by now that I love, LOVE vanilla, my favorite ice cream flavor is vanilla too 🍨, so because of this I might recommend more vanilla-scented products than necessary, then yet again, I’ll only recommend what I know. I’ll try to be more open in the future.
so now that you are enlightened a bit, can we hit the spa?