Our Self-Care Secret: A Bath, A Book, & A Face Mask

Posted by Isabella Reyes on
We spend a lot of our time bathing, reading, and indulging in skincare rituals — but combining the three is our favorite form of self-care. Inspired by our new Bath Board, we’ve rounded up the best face mask and book pairings for your next dip in the tub. Think of it like the self-care version of pairing a good wine with dinner.
For A Little Luxury

We won’t be the first ones to point to books as our favorite form of escapism. That said, pairing Circumference’s rich-as-butter mask with this genre-bending crime thriller will make you feel like one of the luxurious Savannah socialites that pops up in the story. The novel includes so many unforgettable characters — similar to all the strange, quirky guests in The Great Gatsby. But the most intriguing part? It’s actually non-fiction. 

For The Foodie

Youth To The People Superberry Dream Mask & The Mind-Gut Connection by Emeran Mayer

Are you the type of person who asks just how super any food could be? This duo will help you find out. Youth To The People’s beloved Superberry mask uses rare berries to deliver antioxidants to your skin, along with brightening vitamin C and a dose of hydration from squalane and hyaluronic acid. Meanwhile, Emeran Mayer’s book will teach you how foods can tend to the microbiome inside your body, not just the one on your skin.

For A Clean Up

Klur Supreme Seed Mask & The Life-Changing Magic Of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo

If you’re in the mood for gentle cleaning and a little soul searching along the way, dip into Klur’s clay mask alongside Marie Kondo’s cult-favorite read. Both are perfect for sensitive situations: Klur’s formula pulls out impurities while nourishing reactive skin, and Kondo’s namesake MariKondo cleaning method will help you process emotional attachments within your space, helping you only hang on to what you love and need.

For Digging Deep

Golde Papaya Bright Face Mask & The 5 Love Languages by Gary Chapman

Exfoliation gets a bad rap for being harsh on skin, but there are ways to dig deep without the pain. Enter: Golde’s easygoing papaya enzyme formula and The 5 Love Languages by Gary Chapman. You’ve probably heard about the latter before, but it’s time to actually dive into the book if you’ve been putting it off. It’ll teach you all about your own personal love language, aka how you express yourself in relationships. Get ready to suddenly understand why you do just about everything you do

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