Body treats to indulge in at home

There’s nothing like relaxing with some delicious body products after a long week of work, chores and running a household. Take the time to indulge and have a little pamper session once a week to reward yourself for taking on the Superwoman persona. We compiled some of our favourite at-home pamper products. Which of these would you most like to try?

At-home body pamper productsClarins Tonic Body Polisher, R430

Milk Solutions Garden Mint Foot Soak, R180

Decléor Hydra Floral Multi Hydrating Masque Expert, R375

Clarins Relax Body Treatment Oil, R460

Nuxe Huile Prodigieuse Multi-Purpose Dry Oil, R280

Dermalogica Hydro-Active Mineral Salts, R380

Matis Tonic Legs Gel, R440

Nivea Pampering Oil For Dry Skin, R39.95

Nimue Treatment Body Oil, R566

REN Moroccan Rose Otto Body Wash, R225

The Body Shop Brazil Nut Beautifying Oil, R120

Comfort Zone Tranquillity Bath and Body Oil, R800

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Why you should pamper yourself
Celebrity pamper secrets
Pregnancy pampering: what’s safe?
Pampering at Petticoat Parlour

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16 Responses

  1. I haven’t tried any as yet, but I have read really good things about the Nivea oil. When comparing it to the prices of the other products, I would most likely give this one a try as it is way more affordable than some of the others.

  2. They all sound amazing food for the skin. I love to use bath oils or body wash when I take a bath.

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