1. Light up.
Aromatherapthy can work wonders in helping you calm down after a long day. Light up a scented candle or two to help set a relaxing mood.


Try: Yankee Candles at Natural Looks, SM North EDSA Annex


2. Have a luxurious rubdown.
Take time to give yourself for a full body scrub, but use a gentle shower gel to keep your skin from drying. According to a Huffington Post feature, soaps that create more bubbles tend to strip it off of its natural oils due to the presence of surfactants. If you can, get a soap-free bath product to keep your skin hydrated.


Try: Nuxe Melting Shower Gel, at Beauty Bar, Rustan’s Makati and Rustan’s Shangri-La

3. Cleanse your face.
The skin of your face is very different from and much more sensitive than the skin of the rest of your body, so it’s important to use a different cleanser for it. Lather gently to remove excess oils and make-up.


Try: L'Occitane Reine Blanche at Glorietta 3

4. Massage your scalp.
There are a lot of reasons for hair loss, but you can help keep it at bay by regularly giving your scalp a massage. It doesn’t only feel good, but it can also promote better hair growth through stimulation. Have a double treat by using a cooling shampoo that can help lessen hair grease.


Try: Natural Looks Peppermint Shampoo, at Natural Looks SM North EDSA Annex

5. Moisturize.
After patting yourself dry, slather an ample amount of your favorite moisturizer. Keeping your skin hydrated as you rest can help fight wrinkles, and leave your skin smooth and supple.

Try: Natural Looks Sween Almond Oil, at Natural Looks SM North EDSA Annex

6. Keep that spa feeling going.
Stay calm and refreshed even as you step out of the bathroom. Have a handy bottle of your favorite aromatherapy oil in your bag to fight workplace stress Simply uncap and place on your desk for that all-day spa feeling.

Try: Zen Zest Grapefruit and Neroli Aroma Oil, at all Zen Zest outlets nationwide

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