Not interested in the Super Bowl? Gather your friends for the Spa Bowl and enjoy some football-inspired pampering.
From “Polished Pedicure Punts” to a “First-Down Facial,” the Spa Bowl can help guests look and feel better. Guests can even create DIY “Blind-Side Bath Crystals” that will produce the perfect relaxation bath (just in case their significant others weren’t cheering for the winning team).
These Spa Bowl options would be perfect for a dining room or area slightly away from the TV. Grab a bottle of your favorite drink, your closest friends and enjoy these Spa Bowl options:
“Polished Pedicure Punt”
- Mix ½ cup of Epsom salt with warm, soapy water.
- Soak feet to soften skin.
- Remove polish, cut and file nails and calluses.
- Soak feet in Epsom salt bath for 5 minutes.
“End Zone Exfoliator”
- For exfoliation, mix 2 cups of Epsom salt with ¼ cup of petroleum jelly and a few drops of lavender essential oil.
- Use the mixture to gently scrub away dry skin patches.
- Mix ½ tsp of Epsom salt into cleansing cream for deep-pore cleansing.
- Massage on skin, rinse with cool water and pat dry.
“Blind-Side Bath Crystals”
- Mix 2 cups of Epsom salt with a few drops of fragrance and food coloring or ½ teaspoon of glycerin. Store in an airtight container.
About Epsom Salt
Epsom salt — actually magnesium sulfate — is one of the most versatile household products, with uses ranging from creating at-home spa treatments to soothing achy muscles to helping start or improve gardens. It’s been used therapeutically for hundreds of years, and it’s gaining a new generation of fans looking for a safe, economical alternative in a sea of expensive, over-the-counter remedies. Epsom salt is easy to use, easy to find in your local pharmacy or grocery store and it costs about the same per use as a cup of coffee. For more information, please visit either their website, facebook, or contact Peter Smolowitz, (704) 916-6163, [email protected].