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10 Fancy Things To Treat Yourself To For Under $50 In Regina

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10 Fancy Things To Treat Yourself To For Under $50 In Regina

I think there needs to be a national holiday for treating yourself. If things like pizza and donuts have their own personal days to shine, then we more than deserve a day to bask in self-love and appreciation. Who's with me?!

I'm seeing a lot of raised hands out there so I've decided to put together a little something for you to use when you're in the mood to treat yourself. Think: Massages at Skin by Jane, a spa day at Temple Gardens and a Wine & Cheese night at Willow Park.

Here's a list of 10 things to treat yourself to for under $50 in Regina:

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Skin By Jane  //  2062 Cornwall Street

As of late, the frigid winter temperatures have us feeling chilled to the bone. Our bodies are stiffened up like giant ice cubes and we could really use a massage to ease all of the tension we've been experiencing lately. Give your body the TLC it needs with 30 minutes of pure relaxation at Skin by Jane.

Cost: $45 for 30 minute massage

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Temple Gardens  // 24 Fairford Street E, Moose Jaw

Since Temple Gardens is located in Moose Jaw, you might have to account an extra $40 for gas money but trust me, the trip is totally worth it. Temple Gardens is home to one of the largest geothermal mineral pools in Canada which means you can sit back and relax in its warm waters all year round.

Cost: $10 admission fee to mineral pool

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The Style Academy // 2455 Broad Street

Keeping up with celebrity-inspired hair doesn't always have to break the bank. The Style Academy has a team of talented hair students that can give you that Beyonce blowout you've always wanted when you're tight on cash.

Cost: $17 for shampoo, scalp massage & blowout

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Soma Salon & Spa // Multiple Locations

Want to be flashy with your nails but not flashy with your cash? Soma Salon & Spa will give you a back to the basics style mani that you won't have to spend a pretty penny on.

Cost: $42 for basic manicure

En Vogue Day Spa // 2340 Cornwall Street

Let's be honest, the current state of our weather is probably giving your pores a mental breakdown. They've experienced one too many icy gusts of wind and could use a little pampering. Book a mini facial at En Vogue Day spa, your pores will thank you.

Cost: $50 for mini facial

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The Creek In Cathedral Bistro // 3414 13th Ave

Indulge in some of Regina's most elegant cuisine at The Creek In Cathedral Bistro. Their Tasting Night for Two is perfect for a night out with your bestie or S/O and it might even leave room in your budget to split a dessert.

Cost: $40/person for a tasting night for two

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Willow Park Wine & Spirits // 4715 Gordon Road

Calling all wine and cheese lovers! Willow Park Wine & Spirits is hosting a wine and cheese night on February 3rd. It's a fun way to learn the basics of wine tasting and get up to speed on your "what cheese goes with what wine" knowledge.

Cost: $30/ticket

 Shen Makeup Artistry // 2718 Alfred Cresent

Celebrating yourself is a special event so why not make the most of it and get all glammed up for it? Book an appointment with Shen Makeup Artistry and have yourself a good selfie day.

Cost: $50 for special event makeup

Hotel Saskatchewan // 2125 Victoria Avenue

If you haven't experienced the mouthwatering goodness that is the Hotel Sask buffet, then you're going to want to put this on to do list for next weekend. You might want to schedule yourself a nap for a later because it'll put you in a serious food coma.

Cost: $19/person for Sunday brunch buffet

Cafe Francais // 425 Victoria Avenue

In the spirit of treating yourself, Cafe Francais is hosting two Valentine's Day themed high tea parties on February 5 and 12. No bae? No problem. That just means more dainty desserts for your enjoyment.

Cost: $34/person for high tea

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