Written by: Jude Bokovoy
Self-care can mean a variety of things to any given person. At its core, self-care is taking time to work on oneself. Whether it’s self improvement, unwinding or picking up the pieces of an emotional week, self-care is always there to help. Here are some things to add to one’s agenda recommended by fellow Western students:
- Drinking tea
- Making an iced coffee
- Doing daily skincare routine
- Working out
- Relax while listening to music
- Time with pets
- Paint night
- Everything showers
- Cleaning room
- Guasha-ing using “The Ordinary” face oil
- Face masks
- Exfoliating cleanser
- Glow recipe Watermelon glow Niacinamide dew drops
- Paula’s Choice 2% BHA liquid exfoliant
- Ice roller
- Truly Black Jelly body serum
- “Good Molecules” Hyaluronic acid serum
- “Good Molecules” Hyperpigmentation serum
- Hydrating under eye masks
- Neutrogena oil free moisturizer
- Fuzzy bow robe headband
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