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Relax your aches away with at-home massage and spa treatments

Whether you have a job that keeps you active all day or one that has you sitting at a desk, you want to get as much relaxation as possible out of your downtime when you're at home. You could take the time and go to a spa or salon and pay to relax and feel better or you could purchase some massage and spa items and use them in the comfort of your own home. This way, you not only save money with Walmart's Every Day Low Prices, but you also save money by doing it yourself, on your own time, whenever you want. Here's everything you need to create a soothing at-home spa.

Massager chairs and massage equipment

From recliners to pads that you can add to any chair in your home, a massage chair is relaxing for your entire body. These chairs or pads vibrate, provide heat and can offer Shiatsu-style massage. Some recliners offer leg massage and heat options. You control the massaging patterns and heat levels via a remote. There are also some office chairs that feature massage technology for comfort while you're working at home.

If a massage chair is more than you need for now, you can choose handheld or neck massagers to find relief. Handheld massagers are available in wand styles that you can use all over your body and in smaller versions that are effective for your neck, face and scalp. Many of these massagers are battery operated or rechargeable and offer heat along with the massage. These massagers have multiple speed options, and some come with attachments that target specific areas on your body, such as your shoulders or feet. Certain portable massagers offer cold-therapy options, too.

If you have aching feet, a heated foot massager might do the trick. These provide automated massage therapy that you control to target the insteps, soles, toes and heels of your feet. If your back is bothering you, a massaging heated lumbar pad can target issues with your lower back. Massaging vibration wraps go around your neck and shoulders to provide soothing comfort for that specific area.

Paraffin and foot baths

Paraffin baths can help reduce pain and increase mobility in stiff joints like feet, ankles, elbows and fingers, and the wax can also gently exfoliate and soften your skin. These baths melt paraffin wax that's hypo-allergenic, and you can also add essential oils to enhance your home-spa experience. Paraffin wax refills are available and come in bags weighing several pounds.

Foot baths use hydrotherapy to make your feet and ankles feel refreshed after a long day of standing, walking or running. These act like small versions of a hot tub for your feet. These footbaths also use heat along with bubbles, offering multiple levels of warmth and varying amounts of bubbles. Some footbaths also come with accessories like pumice stones and scrub brushes and with controls you can activate with your toes.


For a relaxing time at home, use aromatherapy to improve your well-being. You can use essential oils or plant therapy to create a serene environment in your desired space. These products work in three ways: aerial diffusion, direct inhalation and topical application. You can use a diffuser or vaporizer to release the oils into the air. An aroma lamp makes it possible to inhale the aromas quickly and easily, but you can also add the oils directly to a bath to reap their benefits that way. Another way to take advantage of aromatherapy is with scented candles, which you can use in any room of the home. They work particularly well in your bathroom when you're taking a long, hot bath. You can choose many different scents and also select aromatherapy candles, which are extremely easy to use.

Other home-relaxation items

In addition to adding drops of essential oils to your bath, you can also add items like Epsom salts, chamomile and other salts, tablets or pearls, which are filled with bubble bath, to your tub. These items can help to hydrate and repair your skin. To make the skin on your face feel clean and fresh, mud masks with argan oil or primrose oil can do the trick. To relax faster at bedtime, a sound machine that delivers soothing sounds like ocean waves and tropical breezes can make your dreams more vivid and result in deeper, healthier sleep. To complete your relaxing home, you can also find light therapy lamps that dim slowly, helping you to relax and drift off to sleep easier.

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