5 Ways to Treat Yourself This Valentine’s Day

Whether you opt for a soothing facial or a chic bracelet, we fully recommend that you treat yourself to a little something fun this Valentine’s Day.
A photo of wrapped Valentine's Day gifts

Sure, sometimes it’s fun when other people shower you with Valentine’s Day gifts, but that doesn’t mean you can’t treat yourself to a little splurge. No matter if you’re dating or completely single this holiday, it’s the perfect time to show yourself some love.


Martina Jackson, photographer, blogger, and owner of Drea & Co.:

“Okay, whether I am spending a romantic Valentine’s evening with my love or having a good ol’ galentines with the ladies, I have to TREAT MYSELF with some immaculate vibes and fragrance before I head out the door. 1983candleco does that for me with their ‘Love Potion’ room mist, and oh my goodness, the scent is amazing. Locally owned and crafted—they need to be on your list.”

Love Potion Room Mist, $12 at 1983candleco.com.

The brainchild of Christy Johnson, The Bountiful Board has put together a fabulous fondue tray that is sized to share—but we are fully supportive of you keeping it all for yourself. It features delicious hot fudge and salted caramel, as well as fresh fruit, a variety of pretzels, chocolates, cookies, and mini Rice Krispies treats for dipping. 

Fondue Tray, $50 at Thebountifulboard.com.

A fondue tray from The Bountiful Board

Good skin is always in, so gift yourself a facial at Nomadic Skincare, where owner and licensed esthetician Maddie Wilmes will also share her tips on how to care for your skin. 

Nomadic Skincare Facial, starting at $65 at nomadicskincare.com.

A photo of a woman doing a facial

Pile on the arm candy with this chic bracelet set from Indianapolis staple, Dottie Couture Boutique. 

Rose Bead + Tassel Bracelet Set, $18 at dottiecouture.com.

A photo of a beaded bracelet

Make It Classy is making time for yourself a little easier with its new “Self Care Kit,” packed with everything you need to unwind after a long week. The kit includes body butter, lip balm, clay face mask, and a body bar, all packed in a reusable travel tote. 

Self Care Kit, $34 at Makeitclassydiy.com.

A photo of a self-care kit

Samantha Kupiainen is a regular Indy Maven contributor.

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