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By Bari Lieberman
More and more, the line between beauty and wellness is becoming blurred, resulting in a spate of new at-home spa-like treatments. While the jury is still out on how effective some of these items are, any product whose instructions include a relaxing bath wins points in our book. See the best (and wackiest) of what's out there.
Fire Breather2 of 8
Dragon's Blood (a red resin drawn from a tree in the Amazon) has been used for centuries to reduce inflammation and help heal wounds. Now it's the star ingredient in this potent healing serum, which can help even out your skin tone and reduce the signs of aging.
SHOP NOW: Peter Thomas Roth Laser-Free Resurfacer, $75
What's In A Name?3 of 8
Cow Fart Juice (yep, that's right) is an herbal blend by a small Brooklyn brand. Inspired by the maker's cowhand days, the oil helps reduce inflammation, heal blemishes and more. And the smell… it's more musky than barnyard. (Note: No actual cows are used in the vegan product.)
SHOP NOW: Between You and The Moon Cow Fart Juice, $60
Go For The Gold4 of 8
This bathing treat uses Himalayan crystals to draw out toxins lurking in the body. In fact, a 30-minute soak is supposedly equivalent to a three-day detox! Will inches magically disappear? Probably not, but the non-drying formula definitely leaves skin feeling firmer.
SHOP NOW: INA Crystals, $85
Good Vibrations5 of 8
This confidence-boosting bracelet combines the mysterious powers of a miracle bead (a seed that is said to emit positive vibes) with the fresh, sparkling scent of Apothia IF, a popular celeb eau de parfum.
SHOP NOW: Energy Muse Wearable Scent Bracelet, $25
All Mine6 of 8
Lately, charcoal has been popping up in beauty items for its purifying properties. And while the thought of slathering the black mineral on your body might sound strange, the charcoal powder in this body wash claims to draws out pore-clogging toxins, leading to healthier, less-acne-prone skin.
SHOP NOW: Origins Skin Diver, $19
Acid Wash7 of 8
Healthy lactic acid bacteria—combined with raw ingredients including apricot, plum, wild strawberry, Chinese cabbage and more—makes for a soap designed to feed your skin a dose of pH-balancing probiotics. It's a lot cleaner than bathing in yogurt!
SHOP NOW: Dr. Ohhira's Probiotic Kampuku Soap, $12
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This blend of grapefruit, rose and more smells amazing, although whether or not it truly treats cellulite is yet to be determined. The cold-pressed oils are said to de-puff and improve microcirculation. Regardless of its dimple-diminishing power, the moisturizing product leaves skin feeling silky smooth.
SHOP NOW: Organic Pharmacy Detox Cellulite Body Oil, $58
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