Today we celebrate the autumnal equinox, the official first day of fall. It’s one of the two days out of the year that the night and the day are equal in length, signifying that the balance between light and dark is shifting. With days becoming shorter, historically, the autumnal equinox has also been a time to reflect on the season’s harvest and to prepare for the long winter ahead.
Keats ode to the season of fall speaks of ripeness and apples and the goodness of nature’s seasonal bounty that fall brings along with it. Nature showcases its best before the cold, dry, winter, and it’s this nature’s bounty that does wonders for our skin – right before the winter skin woes. It’s the perfect time to luxuriate in a homemade spa! Peek into your pantry to pamper yourself from head to toe. Here are 3 simple DIY home spas to revel in!