The possibilities are endless when it comes to pampering your body. There are all sorts of food items you can use to enhance your looks. For example, you can get more use out of a bottle of champagne than just a toast!
Make a refreshing scrub out of champagne, a little bit of oil, and sugar. You don't want the consistency too thick or thin. Scrub your entire body to reveal smooth, soft, and lightly scented skin.
Olive oil makes a great cuticle softener. Rub it into your nails on a daily basis.
Honey is a moisturizer, softener, and antibacterial. Heat with caution because it can get extremely hot very quickly, not to mention heating it too much will destroy some natural properties. Spread this on your face for a glow.
Hershey's Cocoa Powder is a treat for your skin as well as your tongue. I have mixed it with olive oil and spread it all over my face, neck, and bust, then relaxed in a half-filled tub. It's an indulgence, and a messy one at that, but definitely worth it.
Sugar and lemon juice make a great exfoliant for those with bumps on places like your arms and butt.
Flushed and red-faced? Milk. Soak cotton balls or hand towels in cold milk, then press on your face.
Mix turmeric with some oil and scrub your face very gently, then leave the paste on for 20 minutes. This is an Indian beauty secret. Be sure to wash very thoroughly afterwards. It's probably best to use an old towel you don't care about to help get it off, because you might be tinted yellow if you don't. (turmeric, either in powder or pill form, is also very good for weight loss!)
Here's a strange thing I did one time. We had a leftover jar of caviar in the fridge and I, hearing so much about the latest fish egg beauty treatments, decided to experiment. I took gobs of the little suckers and rubbed them all over my face... Nasty, and I noticed little to no improvement. Some things are best left to the spa!