Spa Literature

There are many things to know about spa treatments and procedures. Even more, if you want to replicate them at home. So we combined some great books about spa. How to make your own spa oasis at home? What do you need to know when enjoying one of many spa treatments? These books can provide you with all answers. 

Spa Water: A Guide to Creating World Class Spa Water at Home

Hardcover: 64 pages
Brown Books Publishing Group (2010)

This beautifully photographed book is a collection of twenty-two refreshing recipes shared by award-winning spas from around the world. Creating healthy, delicious, vitamin-infused water is simple, inexpensive and eco-friendly. Author Pam Wenzel was inspired to write Spa Water recognizing that we live in a more health-conscious society, where people have become increasingly aware of the many benefits associated with proper hydration.


The Herbal Home Spa: Naturally Refreshing Wraps, Rubs, Lotions, Masks, Oils, and Scrubs (Herbal Body)

Paperback: 208 pages
Storei Publishing, LLC (1998)

Can’t afford a week at a spa?  Now you can recreate the same soothing spa atmosphere and pamper yourself from head to toe with the luxurious, yet easy-to-follow recipes in The Herbal Home Spa. Virtually every page is packed with recipes for all-natural personal care products that are healthier, less expensive, and often more effective than those pricey items in spas and salons.  You’ll also learn how to combine several recipes for an all-day spa treatment, or incorporate individual treatments into your daily, weekly, and monthly routines.