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Saving Money On Spa Treatments

Beauty services, such as manicures, pedicures, facials, massages, scrubs, body wraps and hair treatments, can cost a lot of money at a fancy salon or day spa. Here are ways to cut the costs down while still allowing yourself to be pampered. This is a page about saving money on spa treatments.
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Everyone needs a pick me up now and then. If you are in need of a little pampering, check to see if their is a beauty school nearby. You would be amazed at the services offered and how inexpensive they are.

I got a whole day of spa treatment complete with facial, cut, manicure, pedicure and deep conditioner for around $40, and the girls are so nice. They took their time which was nice, because it made me feel even more spoiled. In my town, a manicure alone would have cost more than I spent for the whole day.

By miche todd from Lawrenceburg, KY

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A day at the spa can cost a lot of money but everyone needs to pamper themselves also. In this series of articles, I am going to try and help all of us to save some of that money but get the relaxation we need.

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I have two girls, five and nine. My nine year old Dacoda, was always asking me if we could go to the spa. So I decided to surprise her with a home spa day.

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Kelly Ann Butterbaugh
May 23, 2008

On a routine trip to restock my medicine cabinet, I realized how much beauty products can cost. Just the basics like hair care, moisturizers, and cleaners can cost a small fortune. Instead, I experimented with some other alternatives to my usual products as well as alternative places to buy them.

Save Money By Doing Your Own Pedicures

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Did you know that you can make your own shampoos and conditioners? With some natural ingredients bought at your favorite grocery store or the natural health food store, you can have hair that people just oooh and aaah over.

Homemade Haircare (Your Own Spa: Part 3 of 4)

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February 7, 2018

This is a page about homemade body scrubs and wraps. Here are some great recipes for homemade body scrubs and wraps, so that you can have a spa experience at home.

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February 6, 2018

This page contains homemade facial recipes. You don't have to spend a lot of money at a spa to enjoy a facial. Here are a number of different facial recipes for various skin types and needs.

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The Frugal Holistic. A Day at Your Favorite Spa: Your Own. Part 1 of 4 - Facials. Most of us really need a day at the spa pampering ourselves, but who can afford to spend that kind of money in this economy?

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