How To Make A Spa Treat At Home

Tip of the Day:This easy spa recipe conditions your hands and feet.

How To Make A Spa Treat At Home

Tip of the Day: This easy spa recipe conditions your hands and feet.

-Skyy Hadley

 Spa treatment

Can’t make it into the salon to be pampered? Skyy recommends an indulgent, ultra moisturizing treatment for hands and feet that will counteract the drying effects of the cooler temperatures. It’s easy as 1-2-3.

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Take one cup of regular oatmeal and ½ cup of regular milk and heat up over the stove.

Stir until cooked, add sugar to thicken the mixture, and then let cool a bit.

When the mix is thickened, apply to hands and feet.

Leave on for 5-10 minutes.

The oatmeal soothes dry, itchy skin, and the milk acts as an exfoliant to help get rid of dry and dead skin cells. Finish off with pure shea butter as a moisturizer or a product that contains shea butter.

Skyy Hadley is a celebrity nail artist. She’s one of the top manicurists in New York City. Skyy has serviced celebrities, including Liv Tyler, Uma Thurman, Faith Evans, Puffy (Sean Combs), Claire Danes, Annette Waxman, Isaac Hayes, Lanette McKey, Debbie Langford, Chris Webber, Marishka Hargarty, and Johnnie Cockran. Skyy has been written up in top fashion magazines including Glamour and Lucky. She is the owner of As U Wish Nail Spa, located in Hoboken, NJ.

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14 thoughts on “How To Make A Spa Treat At Home

  1. I have very dry skin and it itch’s all the time, so I am going to try this one soon. I knew oatmeal relieved itch but milk as an exfoliant its worth a try. I will let you know how it works!

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