The holidays may be coming to an end, but that doesn't mean that you can't sneak in a few more skin indulgences before getting back to the grind! Below, we have a list of facials and treatments you can do to start the year on a relaxing note.

1. Skin icing

Cost: Free!

This classic skincare hack is always raved about by celebrities for its de-puffing and revitalizing effects. The cool temps of the ice cube can wake up the skin and leave a healthy glow.

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2. DIY facial

Cost: P25 to P50

There a ton of DIY face mask recipes that can cater to your complexion's needs. For a really yummy treat, mix ingredients you love to eat: Bananas and oatmeal make a soothing and nourishing face pack, while combining yogurt and honey will create an acne-fighting mask.

3. Glycolic facial

Cost: P1,500 to P2,000

This is one of the best ways to give your complexion a deep clean. It uses, you guessed it, glycolic acid to melt blackheads and whiteheads. Take note, though, this treatment should only be done by a professional.

4. Laser hair removal

Cost: P1,500 to P2,500 per session

Been meaning to get your underarms lasered? Now is the perfect time to start the first of many sessions. (Ed's note: You'll need a minimum of six sessions to see the full effect.)

5. A warm bath

Cost: Nada

Draw yourself a bath and surround yourself with bubbles, candles, and lots of chocolate. Just enjoy your time in the tub, don't rush into anything, and give your body a little self-love. 

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This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors.

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