How to pamper a loved one with a self-care spa day from home

“As you grow older, you will discover that you have two hands, one for helping yourself, the other for helping others.” — Maya Angelou

Mental health charity Mind promotes self-care as a way of coping with or

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reducing some symptoms associated with mental health problems. Mind recommends making time for therapeutic activities and relaxation as a form of self-care. If one of your loved ones is struggling with their mental health, going through a difficult period in their life or just deserves to take some time out to relax, pampering your loved one with a self-care spa day from home could be the perfect therapeutic activity to help them to relax.

 

As well as being beneficial for your mind and your mental health, relaxing can help you to maintain a healthy body. Relaxation can help to prevent heart attacks, autoimmune diseases and illnesses associated with stress. Without adequate self-care and relaxation, you could suffer from physical ailments including headaches, insomnia and it can also affect your appetite. Self-care really is for everyone, and both you and your loved ones can benefit from a self care pamper day from home.

 

When pampering a loved one with a self-care spa day from home, you want to be able to enjoy the experience and relax too - your loved one definitely won’t feel relaxed if you are running around stressing about organising everything.

 

To organise the perfect self-care spa day from home to pamper a loved one, you will want to think about:  

  • Choosing your pamper products
  • Creating relaxing ambience
  • Optional extras to extend your spa day

 

Choosing the Pamper Products for your Self-Care Spa Day from Home  

When it comes to choosing the products to pamper your loved one with a self-care day from home, I would recommend using holistic products made using natural ingredients, so that you know exactly what you are putting on your skin. As well as using natural products, products which include essential oils will bring additional aromatherapy benefits. Look for essential oils that will suit the relaxed vibe of your pamper session.

 

Essential oils to look out for in your self-care spa day pamper products 

 

  • Lavender for calm
  • Rose-Geranium for anti-anxiety and relaxation
  • Bergamot to ease stress
  • Sandalwood is thought to help with anxiety and balancing emotions
  • Patchouli is known for being beneficial in helping to relieve anxiety

 

One of the wonderful things about choosing essential oils is that they have a whole host of benefits, so whilst you may be choosing essential oils for their relaxing effects, the essential oils are likely to have additional added benefits!

 

Which Products to Choose to Pamper a Loved One with a Self-Care Spa Day from Home 

 

When it comes to choosing the products that you would like to pamper your loved one with, it really is largely down to personal preference.

 

Here are some ideas to give you inspiration for pamper products for your self-care spa day:

 

  • Soak your feet in an Epsom Salt Foot Soak to exfoliate and awaken your sore aching feet. Don’t worry if you do not have a foot spa - filling the washing up bowl with warm water and your foot soak will work just as well!
  • After your foot soak, apply a Natural Foot Balm to moisturise your cracked heels and feel.
  • Like your feet, your hands can also become dry, use a natural Hand Balm to give your hands the intense burst of moisture they deserve.
  • Cleanse and moisturise your face with a Night Time Cleanser Bar to hydrate and restore the skin whilst also helping you to relax.
  • No self-care spa day is complete without a Natural Face Mask to smooth out your skin and detoxify your pores.

 

These ideas are designed to be just that - ideas to inspire you, feel free to pick and mix the ideas you like best for your self-care spa day to pamper your loved one - or give them all a try! For more ideas for your spa day from home, browse natural pamper products here.

 

Creating a Relaxing Ambiance to Pamper a Loved One with a Self-Care Spa Day from Home 

 

After you have found the perfect pamper products for your self-care spa day from home, next you need to consider creating a relaxing ambiance.

 

Get your candles and/or incense at the ready because this is a staple for any

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self-care spa day from home. Like bath and body products which have been infused with essential oils, candles with added essential oils can also help to relax and soothe you and your loved one.

 

In addition to your relaxing candles, your self-care spa day from home to pamper your loved one will also need the perfect playlist. Whatever it is, your loved one’s favourite chill album, or some nice classical music, it has been proven that music can help your body and mind to relax and let go of tension.

 

 

How to Pamper your Loved One with a Self-Care Spa Day from Home - Optional Extras to Extend your Spa Day 

 

If you would like to extend your pamper session for your loved one beyond your spa day, there are loads of self-care activities that you could add onto your day.

 

How to Pamper a Loved One - Get Outside 

 

Before you start your self-care spa day from home to pamper your loved one, you could go for a walk together. Being outside in the great outdoors is a great way to relax and can help to put everything into perspective. Walking will help get the blood flowing and this exercise will help you to feel good and being outside can also help you to be present in the moment whilst getting some fresh air.

 

How to Pamper a Loved One - Mindfulness 

 

Your self-care spa day from home is the perfect time to give mindfulness a try, to experience an even deeper sense of relaxation. If you are a beginner, there are some great resources out there including this online booklet from Mind or guided tutorials on YouTube. There are also lots of books and apps dedicated to mindfulness, so it is worth having a browse and seeing what would appeal to your loved one and their lifestyle.

 

How to Pamper a Loved One - Yoga 

 

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Similar to giving mindfulness a try, you could also set up a yoga session as part of your self-care spa day from home to pamper your loved one and help them to relax. Yoga is easy to do in any living room, garden or park and doesn’t require any equipment. You can use a yoga mat if you have one, but a towel will work too and you can also do yoga barefoot just standing on the floor if necessary. With hundreds of online videos to have fun with, stretching it out is a great way to let go of any tension.

 

How to Pamper a Loved One - Sharing a Meal 

 

After your loved one has been pampered and enjoyed their self-care spa day from home, sharing a meal is a lovely way to spend some time together to end your self-care session. Treat your loved one by cooking their favourite dinner or have a go at making an afternoon tea!

 

A Self-Care Spa Day from Home to Pamper a Loved One 

 

Really, it doesn’t matter whether you opt for pamper products which include lavender or sandalwood essential oils.

 It doesn’t matter whether you decide that your self-care spa day from home will include a face mask or a foot soak.

 It doesn’t matter whether you choose classical music or go for a chilled pop playlist for your self-care spa day from home.

 It doesn’t matter whether you decide to give yoga or mindfulness a try as part of your self-care spa day from home, or just stick to using your pamper products.

 

What matters is that you have organised this self-care spa day from home to pamper your loved one and I guarantee that they will really appreciate the sentiment. So whilst the devil is in the detail, remember to relax and enjoy yourself, because chances are, you could also benefit from a bit of self-care.

 For more relaxation tips, take a look at this guide for stressed out mums.

 

 

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