Skip the Spa: Pamper Yourself With These 10 Products for $30 or Less

Check out these must-try products that bring the spa straight to your doorstep.

Skip the Spa: Pamper Yourself With These 10 Products for $30 or Less Photo by Poznyakov / Shutterstock.com

You are in need of a little R&R. But why spend a small fortune at a day spa when you can pamper yourself in the comfort of your home for a fraction of the price?

From miracle foot cream to soothing bath bombs and a relaxing neck and shoulder massager, we’ve rounded up some of the best at-home spa products on the market to make your Me-Day unforgettable. And the most expensive item on our list costs just $29.99 — significantly less than an average spa treatment.

Check out these must-try products that bring the spa straight to your doorstep.

1. Foot cream

O'Keeffe's K0320001 for Healthy Feet Foot CreamO’Keeffe’s / Amazon

If you suffer from extremely dry, cracked feet, O’Keeffe’s K0320001 for Healthy Feet Foot Cream ($7.84) might be a ticket to bliss. Apply this emollient cream with allantoin immediately after bathing and at bedtime. It creates a protective layer that not only increases your skin’s moisture levels, but also helps prevent future moisture loss.

Best of all, O’Keeffe’s says most people notice improvement in just a few days.

2. Moisturizing socks

Nouritty Gel Heel Sleeves Moisturizing SocksNouritty / Amazon

Used on their own or with foot cream or lotion, the Nouritty Gel Heel Sleeves Moisturizing Socks ($7.99) are reusable moisturizing socks that fit most men and women. They’re made of cotton and spandex for comfort and breathability, and the heels contain gel pads with vitamin E and grape seed, jojoba, rose and olive oils to help repair dry, cracked skin.

Your tired, achy feet will thank you!

3. Bath bombs

Anjou Bath Bombs Gift SetAnjou / Amazon


Nothing says relaxation quite like a warm, fragrant bath. And the Anjou Bath Bombs Gift Set ($8.99) — filled with all-natural, colorless, fizzy bath bombs — will wash away your worries as they fill your bath with six soothing essential oils:

  • Citronella
  • Lavender
  • Lemon
  • Rose
  • Sweet orange
  • Peppermint

Every beautiful bath bomb is packed with moisturizing jojoba oil and shea butter, which promote softer, smoother skin and help minimize signs of aging.

4. Hand repair cream

Miracle of Aloe's Miracle Hand Repair CreamMiracle of Aloe / Amazon

Your hard-working hands deserve a little love, too. Miracle of Aloe’s Miracle Hand Repair Cream ($9.99) is a nongreasy, fast-absorbing healing cream that repairs, rejuvenates, moisturizes and protects hands — even if they’re red, flaking, cracked and/or calloused.

Made from “exclusive Ultra Aloe processed gel harvested from organically grown mature aloe leaves,” the rich, calming cream also works wonders on elbows and knees.

5. Body brush

C.S.M. Body Brush for Wet or Dry BrushingC.S.M. / Amazon

Beautiful, glowing skin could be in your near future with the all-natural C.S.M. Body Brush for Wet or Dry Brushing ($11.67). Soft-yet-sturdy bristles and gentle massage nodules stimulate circulation for cell renewal and enhanced collagen production, not to mention a fresh, clean, just-from-the-spa feeling.

The compact, round brush fits perfectly in your palm, and the wooden grip and canvas strap allow for easy handling and storage.

6. Essential oils

Kis Oils 100% Pure Essential Oils, Therapeutic Grade samplerKis Oils / Amazon

Recreate the ambiance of the spa in your home with Kis Oils 100% Pure Essential Oils, Therapeutic Grade sampler ($11.95). These therapeutic-grade oils contain no additives or fillers and come packaged in amber bottles to preserve freshness and protect against light degradation.

Relax as you bask in the aroma of scents such as:

  • Eucalyptus
  • Lavender
  • Sweet orange
  • Lemongrass
  • Peppermint
  • Tea tree

Read item No. 9 to find out about our favorite diffuser.

7. Dead Sea mud mask

New York Biology Dead Sea Mud Mask for Face & BodyNew York Biology / Amazon

Perfect for all skin types, the New York Biology Dead Sea Mud Mask for Face & Body ($13.95) is a mineral-infused mud mask that gently cleans and purifies clogged pores. Mild enough for daily use, the mask soothes and exfoliates the skin with Dead Sea mineral mud and an herbal complex containing aloe vera, chamomile extract, jojoba oil, sunflower seed oil and vitamin A.

Say goodbye to dead skin cells, excess oil and toxins and hello to improved skin texture and a radiant glow.

8. Hot/cold facial mask

The FOMI Hot and Cold Therapy Gel Bead Facial Eye MaskFOMI / Amazon

Dark circles, puffiness, headaches and sinus pain don’t stand a chance against the FOMI Hot and Cold Therapy Gel Bead Facial Eye Mask ($15.99). Molding to the forehead, eye and sinus areas, the soothing face mask “creates a safe, healing environment.”

It can be worn at room temperature or it can be cooled, frozen or heated for your comfort.

9. Aromatherapy diffuser

URPOWER Aromatherapy Essential Oil DiffuserURPOWER / Amazon

Aromatherapy helps relax and restore the body and mind. The URPOWER Aromatherapy Essential Oil Diffuser ($21.99) is an eye-catching wood grain essential oil diffuser and humidifier. It will help recreate the tranquil, fragrant environment of your favorite spa right in your home.

Featuring color-changing mood lights with seven colors, the quiet device releases soothing scented mist in your bedroom, living room, study or anywhere you want to relax and recharge. Plus, it “runs continuously for 10 hours.”

10. Neck and shoulder massager

NURSAL 3D Shiatsu Neck and Shoulder MassagerNURSAL / Amazon

For less than the cost of most hourlong massages, you can enjoy this Shiatsu deep-kneading massager over and over again. The NURSAL 3D Shiatsu Neck and Shoulder Massager ($29.99) provides soothing heated massages that help relieve pain in the abdomen, back, neck, shoulder, feet and other muscles.

With four modes, three speeds and deep tissue capability, it’s the perfect tension-reliever at the end of a long day — and it even includes a car adapter!

Do you know of more great products that offer the “spa” treatment? Share them in comments below or on our Facebook page.

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