We love our sweat time and also not forgetting the pampering time after all the gruelling exercises. Sending some love to our body via a relaxing soak and little home spa treatments is definitely a must-do on our list. Therefore, we have hunted for a few natural and homemade products that we love. Time to treat yourself (you are welcome)!
1. Rough Beauty
Rough Beauty is based in Singapore and produce beautiful handmade vegan soaps. Each soap bar is handcrafted and made in small batches for distribution. They use natural ingredients and essential oils and do not contain harmful chemicals such as sulphates, phthalates, parabens and silicons. Come enjoy delightfully luxurious soaps that are non-toxic for you and good for the environment too.
2. Doll Bath & Spa Factory
We all need to take time off to recharge and pamper our senses, and you can do just that with the many amazing products offered by Doll Bath and Spa Factory. Soak tired feet in a deodorizing foot soak, or slough off dead skin cells with a refreshing scrub infused with essential oils. There is also a range of massage and essential oils for some well needed aroma therapy.
3. Plume & Preen
Plume & Preen offers you the very best of what Mother Nature has to gift. Some very exotic sounding soap can be found amongst their collection. Lather up with a zesty sounding Beach Sunset Margarita, or get squeaky clean with a delicious sounding Burst of Berries.
4. Lemongrass House
With its headquarters in Phuket, Lemongrass House is a leading supplier of spa products to hotels all over the world. It has since descended upon Singapore, and you can too enjoy a luxurious spa experience in the comfort of your own home. Pick out your choice of scrubs, moisturisers and essential oils but don’t miss out on their famous natural mosquito repellent, a delightful concoction of fresh smelling essential oils and a welcome relief from the usual chemical laden formulas.
5. Mandy T Skincare
Mandy T delivers artisan skincare products that have been handcrafted right here in Singapore to provide customers with the freshest products. Reveal healthy radiant skin with a perfect combination of body scrubs and creams. To awaken the senses, indulge in a beautiful scented candle for aromatherapy, or perhaps a romantic evening.
6. Spa Factory Bali
Bali is also known as the Island of the gods and little wonder then that they produce some of the world’s best pampering spa products. High-quality spa products are created here, whilst being eco-friendly and supportive of the local economy. If you’re not sure where to begin, they have a range of more than 20 wonderful spa treatment ideas on their website, detailing the benefits of each type of spa treatment, as well as the steps to take and products you will need to carry out the treatment.
7. Mt. Sapola
Named after the mountain on which the ancient Romans found soap, Mt Sapola is a truly artisan boutique that offers natural botanical spa products that you can use at home. Mt Sapola has you covered with everything you could possibly need, from hair to face to body, and even has something for those with sports injuries.
8. Shea by The Old Factory
When it comes to natural treatments for a whole list of health concerns, Shea has just the thing you need. Banish acne, to cracked heels, dry lips, dull hair, heel pain and more with natural remedies. It also offers a very interesting Pure African Black Soap which has garnered some hype amongst those who rave about its soothing and healing properties, as well as anti-ageing characteristics.
9. Nicole’s Natural
Nicole’s Natural is another lovely brand that allows anyone to recreate a home spa experience with products that are eco-friendly and freshly prepared with natural ingredients. They have a variety of product lines that each carries a signature scent such as Romancing Rose, Cooling Mojito, or Balancing Wood. Everything from soaps, gels, candles, bath salts and essential oils can be found here, so go ahead and enjoy some of these wonderful, luxurious products.
Do you know of any other brands that we must get our hands, body, face on? Share with us in the comment section below.