Newport Beach, CA (PRWEB) March 22, 2013
Beauty Research, a beauty blogging web site, recently revealed six steps to creating a quality spa experience at home. Many women love a trip to the spa for a facial or body treatment but professional sessions can be time consuming and expensive. The blog article contains six ideas for pampering home treatments that are natural, fast and easy. All of the home treatments involve using ingredients from the kitchen, making for an economical alternative to pricey day spas.
“What do the rich and famous get to do quite often that the rest of us don’t normally get to do? Well a lot of things, but one thing in particular is something we too can do…just not quite in the same way. The well-to-do get to go to spas and have regular spa treatments. But visiting spas and getting professional spa treatments is very expensive and those of us who aren’t quite as privileged don’t typically get to go unless we’re given a gift certificate or allow ourselves a trip maybe once a year. The good news is…we don’t have to wait for those rare occasions…we can simply treat ourselves to the pleasure right in our very own humble abode.” – Writes Karen of Beauty Research
See the full article on home spa treatments at BeautyResearch.com.
DIY Spa- Treatments from your Kitchen Cupboard
Beauty Research covers a variety of topics on the subject of beauty and health. Check out these recent blog postings:
Self Tanning – Does the Home Spray Measure up to the Salon?
“The risks of sunbathing and tanning beds are widely known. Each time you expose your skin to ultraviolet light, you're increasing your risk of developing skin cancer and potentially causing damage to your skin cells that can lead to premature aging. More and more sun worshipers are ditching the tanning bed in favor of the airbrush, and spray tanning salons are opening around the country to meet the needs of those who love the golden glow of a tan, but aren't willing to risk the health of their skin. When performed by a trained skin care professional, a spray tan produces results that are indistinguishable from a real tan.” – Writes Karen of Beauty Research
Energy Drinks – Helpful Edge or Potential Risk?
“From grocery store shelves to cocktail menus, it seems that energy drinks are everywhere. On days when I feel too drained to hit the gym or wake up so tired that coffee just won't help open my eyes, I'll admit that I've been tempted to try one of the many energy drinks on the market. It seems that for every commercial touting the benefits of these drinks, I hear a news report that cautions against their dangers. Confused by the controversy, I took some time to research energy drinks on my own to find out more.” – Writes Karen of Beauty Research
Beauty Research is a beauty blogging web site started by two experienced skin care enthusiasts wishing to share tips and suggestions. The home spa treatments article as well as a home spa treatments forum can be found at BeautyResearch.com.