spa at home

Spa at Home and De-stressing through Music

Because I am practically glued at home most days because of the construction supervision I have been doing these past weeks, I am left to figure out how to clone spa at our current living quarters and de-stress through music.

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With some spa basics I have back home plus the Microcomputer Massage Cushion I invested in last year for more than $512, cloning a spa should be easy. (more…)

Origins Ginger Float Cream Bubble Bath

If there is anything good about summer, it is this reasonable excuse of immersing in the tub with the luxurious Origins Ginger Float Cream Bubble Bath, for longer than usual. This gorgeous smelling bubble bath was given as a gift for Christmas by my dear friend, Frances. Thanks, Franz! I really love it. 🙂

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An Ultimate Spa Experience…

…right from the comfort of my own home. Yes, you read that right. I have always loved scented candles. As a former-couldn’t-care-less to a passionate environmentalist that I have become, I now highly favor natural products. As for this particular concern, soy candles.

I love most scents from Alice Blue Candle. They last and last, plus it allows me that ultimate bath experience. The great thing about is I don’t have to go to a spa to enjoy the luxury and ambiance. I light the candle 10 minutes before I get into the tub, run the water, pour some lavender bubble bath to match my lavender scented Alice Blue Candle. It can be the most relaxing experience, especially for a work at home mom like me. I don’t get to have this luxury very often even as I juggle things around the house, work and my toddler (who can be a handful by himself) day in and day out, but when I do… it is really something else.

I get my supply from G/L Glorietta 3, the stand afront Dockers. A 6 ounce candle costs PhP 395.00 (Approx. $9), which ain’t bad. It can last you 30 hours. 40 hours tops.

*this is not a paid advertisement. I have always loved scented candles. I have experimented on a lot of brands local and otherwise. But when I lit my first Alice Blue Candle, there was no turning back. 😉