Salon treatments can include hair removal, facials, and manicures. If you have regularly waxed your legs, invest in an epilator and do your hair removal. Epilators are similar to an electric razor and also remove very short hair from the roots.
Buy mask products for use at home and give your skin deep cleansing. Remove makeup with daily cleanser and open the pores by placing a warm towel over your face. Then apply the face mask and leave it on for the required time. While you wait, you can file and polish your nails to save on the cost of a manicure!
When buying products, take the time to compare prices. Look at the larger containers and "buy one, get one for free". Some brands are regularly discounted, so if you stock when they are on offer, you never have to pay the full price.
Well-known brands can be very expensive and are not necessarily better than much cheaper products. You can try supermarket brands for shampoo, conditioner and makeup. A simple unbranded body lotion with Aloe Vera offers excellent value for money. Look for reviews in magazines or on the Internet about cheaper beauty products. A well-known supermarket sells its own face cream brand which is only a fraction of the cost of the products you see advertised on TV, yet it has been clinically proven to be more effective!
Another tip for saving money is to reduce the number of different products you use with multitasking. For example, hair conditioner can be used in place of shaving foam; and a moisturizer or body lotion can double as a hand cream
To summarize, here are five ways you can save on your beauty regimen