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This Is How I’m Practicing At-Home Self Care, According to 9 Beauty Editors

In the midst of this unprecedented coronavirus epidemic, sometimes the best thing we can do is to simply nurture ourselves, taking a break from the 24-hour news cycle and all the stress that comes with it. Self care can be elusive, especially because there isn’t a one-size-fits approach to it — it’s literally all about you. Granted, if any group of people can be considered experts in self care, it’s beauty editors. Which is precisely why we hit up these ladies, who have largely incorporated the concept of self care into their careers. Here’s how they stay grounded and nurtured, even during this crazy time.

I self care with clay (but probably not how you think). Check out how, HERE.

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