ENTER TO WIN: Glowology Scrub At Home Set!

Summer days can mean cool breezes and the sand between your toes – they can also mean melting makeup, sweat-clogged pores, itchy dead skin, lotion & deodorant buildup…and ew. We just grossed ourselves out.

Sounds like the doctor ordered a sugar scrub to reveal fresh, clean, summer-soft skin. But if you’re like us and you can’t make it to the spa for a weekly rubdown, it’s time to call Sugar Mama Honey Scrub andBubbling Exfoliant from Glowology into service to help you scrub-a-dub your way to a spa worthy glow in your own shower.

WIN THE SET! (3 Winners)

A perfect bath and post-shave treat, Sugar Mama Honey Scrub is a decadent delight for you and yours, completely calorie-free. With a feather light cotton candy consistency, ultra-fine sugar is spun into honey, and then blended with shea butter, organic olive and sunflower seed oils to deliver an indulgent bath experience. Deliciously rich and highly effective, this body scrub gently exfoliates to remove dead surface skin cells, leaving skin silky soft, smooth and ultra-moisturized.

Key Ingredients:
Aloe Vera
– Provides moisture to soften, soothe and comfort skin.
Honey – Creates a water-tight film, allowing skin to rehydrate itself. Moisturizing, softening, sweet and fragrant.
Olive Oil – Moisturizes, protects and nourishes skin. It is very beneficial for dry or damaged skin.
Shea Butter – Protects skin’s suppleness while providing moisture to improve the appearance of dry skin.
Sugar Cane – Helps to dissolve and remove the outer layer of dead skin cells. By decreasing the thickness of dead cells on the surface, a new layer of skin with a smoother texture and a more uniform color can be revealed.

A soothing shower secret with gentle exfoliating properties to smooth and soften skin for luxurious results you can see. With the Bubbling Exfoliant, tiny bubbles dance with oats and honey to gently remove dead surface skin cells without over-drying. Creamy, yet still lightweight, it’s formulated with skin-enriching emollients, that leave skin refreshed and primed for moisturization.
Key Ingredients:
Coconut Oil – Conditions skin, relieves dryness and flaking, prevents wrinkles and protects from the damaging effects of UV radiation from sun. Lathers readily and softens skin.
Glycerin – Absorbs moisture from the air and thereby helps products retain moisture. It improves the spreadability of products and provides skin moisturizing benefits.
Honey – Creates a water-tight film, allowing skin to rehydrate itself. Moisturizing, softening, sweet and fragrant.
Soybean Oil – Provides a dose of natural vitamin E, to moisturize and soothe.


Just let us know in the comments below or on our Facebook Page –

What spa treatment is it IMPOSSIBLE to recreate at home?

3 winners will be chosen based upon the truthfulness and originality of your answers.

Enter by commenting on the post below or writing it on our or the thread for this post.

Deadline: Monday, July 5th at 11:59 pm EDT. Please link your comment to a valid email address.


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  • Dlori

    The one spa treatment that is truly impossible to recreate at home but is an unforgettable experience is a Japanese scalp massage and treatment. With this process, they use all forms of organic products to cleanse & stimulate the scalp increasing the blood flow via a special massage, using a technique like no other, focusing on pressure points on your head, neck, shoulders, hands. It's almost like a dance with distinct acts. That's the only way I can describe the feel of the masseuse's fingers and hands working their magic so gracefully on your scalp and head, their fingers seem to glide from one point to another without any hesitation, the smell of the products used on the scalp and the way they are massaged into your hair and scalp brings you into a dream like trance and takes you to a far away place of pure ecstacy. That's the only way I could possible describe this Japanese scalp and hair treatment, which generally takes an hour. You could NEVER recreate this at home. Someone has to perform it to you. It's the most relaxing spa treatment I have ever experienced in my life and has to be done by someone formally trained.

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  • Toobaq

    i can never recreate the perfect avacado or mud mask.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=25500179 Sweta Dharia

    I think one of the hardest spa treatments to re-create at home is any type of waxing… the thought of waxing yourself is just painful enough in itself!

  • Mona Z

    A spa treatment IMPOSSIBLE to recreate at home .. i would say would be a full body wrap or a massage. mona_crimsonred@hotmail.com

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  • Rose154223

    id love to win this!

  • Loveygourmet

    What's not to like?

  • http://betterfly.com Beata

    Waxing! I tried, and tried, and tried to wax my bikini line at home. I ended up bleeding and sore. Not a fun time.

    Next time I let the professionals handle it, and it was easy-peasy.

  • http://twitter.com/Pavanco Pat

    I think body wraps would be hard toe recreate at home.

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  • kammikoza

    I am a fan of Spa Week on facebook. I shared the contest with over 400 friends. I am not on Twitter anymore since they perm disabled my acct. The impossible thing to do at Spa is they can't give you a lot of promotion.

  • http://www.facebook.com/duyen.fenston Duyen Fenston

    Vichy Massage – the warm waters definitely helped make the massage even more deep and relaxing

  • Barbara

    microderm with vitamin C mask!

  • Tamara Brown

    It's impossible to get that special glow after a great salon service.

  • http://twitter.com/tasmaniantweet Kayleigh

    A deep tissue massage… there is nothing like being in a relaxing environment and being pampered!

  • KateB

    Facials (besides mud masks) are very difficult… especially the extractions. There is nothing like a relaxing facial at a spa, and that's something you just can't DIY.

  • NJ Girl

    ahh- bikini wax- especially Brazilian! Do I need to elaborate? Probably not ;-)

  • Cindy9691

    I love getting a manicure and pedicure and though I've tried them at home, it's just not the same. It's hard to polish the opposite hand and it just isn't relaxing like it is when it's done at the spa!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=590566523 Lisa Lecointe

    the hot stones treatment

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=590566523 Lisa Lecointe

    the hot stone treatment