How do I create a romantic home spa? More

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) – Would you like to spoil your love this Valentine’s Day? Well, a great home spa experience can make a wonderful gift.

Beauty expert Lynda Moore offers some ideas on how to treat your partner to a relaxing evening.

One idea is to create a flower bath. You can buy the stuff you need from Bali Basics, a Las Vegas company. You can set it up or you can do it yourself.

Then Moore suggests moving your spa date from the tub to the massage table and having your loved one treat you to a massage with the help of a massage candle. These sensual candles burn like a normal flame. Once you’ve melted enough to form a pool of wax, this can be poured over your significant other’s body as a moisturizing and luxurious massage oil.

You can also make a basket to just pass the day in a hazy robe and in each other’s company. All you need are robes, slippers, bath bombs, and mud for a mud mask. You can also add a bottle of wine and chocolates.

To set the mood Moore suggests placing candles around your spa facility to create a romantic mood. For safety reasons, use flameless LED candles that look very similar to the original. Put plush blankets and pillows on the floor when you plan to do your massages on the floor. And make a playlist of romantic songs.

Finally, Moore says you can make pampering and romantic goodies. Make chocolate-coated strawberries or put berries like raspberries or blackberries in champagne flutes before pouring your favorite foam.

All of these ideas should make for a relaxing and romantic day or evening with your partner.

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