Updated on June 9, 2020

In these days of quarantine, probably nothing’s getting more neglected than your skin.  It is very important that we follow a daily skin and self-care regimen that supports our skin as everyone has different skincare needs.

Today, we will be providing you with 7 self-care routines to help you get healthy skin and body so that when you get out of quarantine you look hella’ fresh and radiant! 

1. Peace, Love, EXFOLIATE!

Summers are about cute dresses, tans, and freckles, right? But don’t forget about all the dirt that gets stored in your pores when you sweat. This is why you must exfoliate at least twice a week. Which will help prevent dark spots and fight the signs of aging.

You can also try cellgevity glutathione products to slow down your skin’s aging process and improve your mental clarity. These are basically a combination of amino acids that are good for your body and skin. It helps to detoxify and reduce inflammation. 

So, if you want to reduce stress, improve your sleep, and increase your energy levels, Cellgevity is your best bet.

 2. Now Go And Take A Shower

Nothing beats a steamy shower after a good work out, or in this case, after a good nap. Good hygiene is how we protect ourselves from infections and during this pandemic, it’s crucial to stay clean.

Your skin is covered in the microbiome. Part of these microbes you carry are pretty harmless, but as you interact with other people, you can pick up microbes that can make you sick. When you rub your eyes or touch your face, those microbes can get into your body. That is why washing your hands with soap is so important.

Warm water kills bad bacteria and can enhance blood circulation in your body which reduces muscle pain. A long warm bath can lift your mood and detoxify your body, making you feel fresh throughout the day. 

3. Detox Your Mind, Body, And Skin

Do you feel bloated and fatigued at the end of the day even though you didn’t do anything? That is why it’s important to relax and let out the stress. 

We often have toxins stored in our body which makes us feel that way. Try a month of detox, drink refreshing citrus-infused water, and reduce alcohol consumption. It will do wonders to your body, trust me. 

You can have cucumber water, lemon and strawberry water, or even ginger and basil water depending on your needs. It’s high time to focus on your health and get rid of toxins from your beautiful body. Detox can also help to reduce acne, besides you will feel lighter and more energetic in no time.

4. Get Your Peeling Masks On

I did not know the power of facial masks until I tried it myself. Oh my god, it leaves your skin feeling baby soft. 

Since it’s so popular in the skincare industry, you can find a variety of combinations to choose from, besides it is available for every skin type. My personal favorite is aloe vera and cucumber. You can’t ever really go wrong with these. It always gives the hydration that your skin deserves.  

Depending on your skin type, you can pick something with tea tree oil, or plant extracts, or just plain and simple clay masks. 

Don’t get lazy, just put on a mask for 20 minutes and chill on your couch. It’s really that simple. 

 5. Cleanse, Tone, Moisturize And Sleep It Off

 Cleansing is an important step in skincare. Just because you cannot see you have any makeup or dirt hidden in your pores, it doesn’t mean it’s not there. Use a toner to wipe your face after cleansing and you’ll see what I’m talking about. Let your face breathe! 

Finally, moisturize to ensure soft and acne-free skin. It can’t be emphasized enough to show how moisturizing can help make your face glow and keep it hydrated. You will see visible changes within just a few weeks.

Sleep is very important and is a big part of self-care. Lack of sleep can cause dark circles, wrinkles, and also brings in early signs of aging. So, no matter how tempted you are to squeeze in another episode of Tiger King in one night, please refrain from doing it. 

6. Try Yoga For Your Beautiful Soul  

First of all, yoga comes in many different forms, but generally speaking, it involves some amount of stretching and meditation. If you are having back pains after 7-8 hours of Netflix session, yoga can help. Yoga is believed to relieve pain because some of the poses stretch your hamstrings and helps you to become more flexible over time.

Healing of the mind is essential for the healing of the body. Quarantine is a good time to stretch some muscles and work on your posture. Relax and contemplate life. Use this opportunity to connect with your soul and build endurance. 

7. Try Something New, All You’ve Got Is Time

I am sure we have all complained from time to time about not being able to learn something new due to the lack of time, right? 

Now that we are all staying home and have got plenty of time for ourselves, maybe we can utilize it to finally learn that skill we have always wanted to. Invest time in yourself and brush up on your cooking skill or your guitar learning. 

Hell, you can even try to take on a new language! It’s the perfect time to improve oneself and practice discipline.


We are living through challenging times right now. So, it is alright if you want to do nothing all day and curl up into a ball in the corner of your bed, munching on Doritos. But remember, at the end of the day, your health matters.

Build your immunity and resistance because let’s face the fact that, we are only going to get older, right? So, start taking self-care seriously as soon as you can. If you leave it for later, all you’ll be left with is regret.

And remember, quarantine is temporary, but health is forever. 

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