Not that it was always a party, it’s fair to say that stay-at-home is getting old. To help you pamper yourself while supporting small local businesses, Esther and Elsa, has compiled a collection of local goods you can purchase while self-isolating.
The stress of quarantine can weigh heavily, meaning you need to take some time for you. Read on for nine things that’ll help you focus on de-stressing while at home.
Sea Salt & Orchid Soy Candle
Since we can’t go to the beach, bring the beach to you with a Sea Salt & Orchid Soy Candle from Pretty Honest Candles Shop’s new Spring Pastel Collection.
Ginger Grapefruit Soap
Up your bath time game with a bar of Ginger Grapefruit soap from The Bath People.
Allergy Relief Balm
If you need refuge from the pollen outdoors (who doesn’t?), turn to a jar of Allergy Relief Balm from Roses + Azalea to soothe sinuses and congestion.
Give yourself at-home manicure with Northern Sunrise, a bold nail polish from Blu Nail Laquer.
The Fighter Black Soap
Even guys need a little self-care. The Fighter Black Soap from The Barbarian Supply combines oakmoss and activated charcoal … man stuff.
Beard & Mustache Oil
With every passing day staying at home, beards and the mustaches may be getting truly unruly. A bottle of Natural Beard & Mustache Oil from Toushea Body Boutique will help keep facial hair healthy and moisturized for those missing their regular trips to the barber.
Natural Herbal Bath Tea
Loaded with florals and epsom salt, this bath tea soak from Ador Creations may be just what you need to transform your bathroom into an at-home spa.
Renewal Night Cream
A renewal night cream from Earth Kissed Beauty rounds out your day of self-care while, even if it was done while binge-watching Tiger King.
Sleep Aid + Hemp Extract Face And Body Cream
After a long, busy day of self-quarantine, it may be hard to fall asleep. My Green House CBD may have just the trick with a jar of WholeMade Bath Co.’s Sleep Aid + Hemp Extract Face And Body Cream to help you continue self-care even when you’re dreaming.
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