15 Affordable Self-Care Products You Can Treat Yourself To Without Feeling Guilty

Self-care is an important practice in these trying and stressful times. But, what’s a gal to do when she needs a luxe experience and doesn’t exactly have a luxe-friendly bank account?

Well, fortunately for all of us, there are still ways to feel fancy without emptying your wallet. These handy self-care products will help you to both relax and stay on budget — and, best of all, they still look expensive, so nobody ever has to know that you’re not actually livin’ large.

15. A yummy-smelling scented oil reed diffuser. ($22)

Not only will it make your space smell great, but it’ll lowkey add some ~*trendy*~ interior decor vibes.

14. A sampler set of Atelier Cologne perfumes. ($19)

Why buy one perfume when you could buy eight?? This is a pretty sweet deal, considering that most perfume sets will run you about $40 a pop.

13. This super soft chenille blanket. ($39.99)

You can curl up like a princess without having to spend money like one.

12. A soothing noise machine. ($29.99)

Get the ambiance of a seaside resort town without the ridiculous real estate prices!

11. A scented oil warmer. ($13.99)

If reed diffusers aren’t your style, try this even sexier option.

10. An in-shower scalp massager. ($7.98)

Not only is this little massager great for your hair health, but it’ll help you to feel luxurious and relaxed after your shower.

9. A 16-pack set of K-beauty masks. ($10.97)

If trying a different mask every day doesn’t make you feel luxe, then I don’t know what will.

8. A dry brush for your body. ($9.95)

Exfoliate dead skin and increase circulation with this new (and fairly inexpensive) beauty trend.

7. This refreshing mask that’s a cult favorite. ($7.80)

It smells like a delicious cocktail and it soothes your troubled skin? Um, yeah, I’ll take five.

6. Some 24K gold eye treatment masks. ($19.97/pack of 15)

They’ll de-puff your eye area and leave you feeling like an expensive queen.