Part of my self-love routine involves doing little things that make me feel good. I want to share my tips on easy and budget friendly ways to pamper yourself at home so that you can feel great too.
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Budget friendly ways to pamper yourself at home!
Buy yourself flowers.
Having a fresh bunch of flowers in the house gives a little lift to the environment. They smell wonderful, they look gorgeous and they generally brighten the mood of a room. You don’t have to buy expensive flowers either. The small bouquets that you can buy in the supermarket for £3 may look like they’re a bit puny, but when they bloom, they are gorgeous!
I adore scented candles but I also love having non-scented tealights dotted around the room to create a relaxing and cosy ambience. Again, you don’t need to spend a lot of money. Although I have Yankee and Woodwick candles (which were Christmas presents), I also have a gorgeous scented candle from George at Asda which was only £2! I also made my own tealight holders using glass cheesecake dishes and some stones. (Find out how in my latest YouTube video!)
It may not sound like a pamper session, but if you’re the kind of person who believes that a tidy house is a tidy mind, then this one is for you. Decluttering, re-organsing and general cleaning will all help you to feel calmer at home. Start with your most used room. When you feel the benefits of what cleaning can do, the dread of cleaning becomes less prominent. (Plus it’s a great way to be more active at home!)
Give yourself a mini facial at home
Instead of paying £30 – £40 every time you want a facial, invest in an electric face cleansing brush! A couple of years ago, my grandma bought me an electric face cleansing brush for Christmas. I love it, and my face loves it. The brush is from Marks and Spencers and it came with two heads – a soft bristle brush and a plastic bristle brush. It has two settings – high and low – and I use Simple purifying cleansing lotion with it. I couldn’t find my brush on the M&S website so I’ve done my research on Amazon and found this fab looking one from Fancci!
Check out my latest YouTube video below to see how I use my cleansing brush!
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