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Relax at Home with Do-It-Yourself Organic Spa Treatments

We always love to kick back and relax at home. Of course, home is not the spa and we don't have someone waiting on us hand and foot. (Although that would be nice!) But we can still find all-natural and organic spa treatments to make home feel a little more like a relaxing spa destination. We're stocking up for a few of these. Relax at home with organic spa treatments that you can do yourself. Facial: Cucumbers are a great go-to for your eyes -- always. And to refresh our skin, we found an easy at-home citrus facial recipe. It involves ingredients that you may already have in your cabinet, including lemon juice, honey, yogurt and oatmeal or crushed almonds. Add a drop of ylang-ylang essential oils and you're ready to go. You can find the whole recipe here. If you'd rather not do all the work yourself, pick up an apricot masque from Éminence Organic Skin Care to infuse your skin with antioxidants and vitamins that will revitalize your look. Foot Pampering: There are over 7,000 nerve ends in our feet and that's why pedicures and foot rubs are so relaxing. A good way to get some of this effect at home is to set up a minty foot soak. Just add some limes, mint leaves, lime oil and sea salt to a basin filled with warm water. You can get the full directions here along with a recipe for a great foot scrub. Or you can buy ready-to-go bath salts, like these on Etsy for regular at-home use. Bath: We love taking a bath -- they seem to make time stop and allow us to escape life for a little while. Soak and de-stress with this great vanilla and patchouli bath salts. It's a simple recipe that you can pull together and add to a warm bath. You'll need a few essential oils, epsom salts and sea salt but it's otherwise pretty easy. Get the recipe here. Or have some bubble bath ready for this occasion -- like the Mistral Lavender Foaming Bubble Bath.

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