Celebrating Valentine’s Day with a Self-Care Night In
Valentine’s Day isn’t just for lovers. In fact, did you know the day before Valentine’s Day is Palentine’s Day, a holiday dedicated to celebrating the friendships in your life? You can celebrate February 13th with your best friends by having a spa night. Or better yet, be your own best friend and lavish in a party of one self-care night in.
After all, who needs a box of chocolates when you could give yourself the best gift of all — relief, relaxation, and recovery.
From Valentine’s Day to Palentine’s Day
Throwing a spa night in with your friends is an empowering way to turn Valentine’s Day into “Palentine’s Day.” You could light a few candles and set up different self-care-themed stations around your house.
One self-care station might be for rejuvenating your hair, while the other could be dedicated to doing your nails. But if there’s one self-care station you absolutely can’t skip out on, it’s a table dedicated to massage and relief products.
We highly recommend stocking up on our Millie Relief Gel for your Palentine’s Day celebration. Our relief gel combines the power of CBD with the cooling effects of menthol to provide targeted, soothing relief. Simply apply the product on your neck, back, or joints to melt your stresses away.
Celebrating Self Love on Valentine’s Day
February 14th is dedicated to celebrating love — so what’s stopping you from celebrating self-love this year?
You can start your day off strong with a little bit of yoga in the morning, then treat yourself to a nice massage with our Millie Relief Gel after to loosen up and ease any soreness.
No Valentine? No Problem.
Despite the fluffy sentiment behind Valentine’s Day, there’s always so much stress surrounding finding a date or planning something special for the big day. But there’s no need to put yourself through the unnecessary hassle of making reservations when you could have the perfect night in from the comfort of your home.
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