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Skin Stress-Relieving Routines

Oct 27th 2021

Skin Stress-Relieving Routines

We all know how stress can affect us, especially in these unprecedented times. Not only that it affects our mental and physical health1, but stress can also influence a wide range of skin diseases like acne, psoriasis, atopic dermatitis, and hair loss to name a few.2

Knowing how stress can manifest (and even take a toll) on your skin, it is best to be familiar with a few stress-relieving routines that you can incorporate with your CBD skincare to help your skin de-stress and relax. In this guide, we have curated some of the best practices done by beauty enthusiasts to help you ease your worry lines and keep your skin smooth, radiant, and youthful.

3 Skin Stress-Relieving Routines That You Can Do

Now that you have an idea of what stress does to the skin, it is best to incorporate some skin stress-relieving activities into your routine.

1. Give yourself enough time to sleep.

We all know how busy life can get. But now that we know how stress affects the skin, as well as your overall health, maybe it’s about time to breathe and give yourself the rest that you have been long postponing.

Lack of sleep does not only affect your day-to-day performance; it is also associated with skin aging and affects skin barrier function – which may result in lower satisfaction of appearance.3

Sure, there are tons of things that you have to accomplish but allow yourself to relax and take short naps within the day. Control your stress levels by giving yourself some time off and enjoy your weekends.

2. Go for a walk.

Going out for a walk, especially into nature, can greatly help those experiencing chronic stress. The Japanese practice of shinrin-yoku (or walking or staying in the forest) has helped many individuals decrease their risk of psychosocial stress-related diseases.4

And what’s best about going for a walk is that it is so easy to do and requires no special class or equipment. You only have to give yourself some time to release your tensions and admire what you have been long neglecting around you.

3. Pamper yourself and do the things that make you happy.

How do you pamper yourself? While others treat themselves with good food and shopping spree, maybe treat yourself with high-quality CBD beauty products that can help you fight the signs of stress and aging.

CBD skincare products like Complete Hemp’s Face & Eye Moisturizer with CBD and Complete Hemp’s Collagen Booster with CBD are specifically formulated using organic ingredients like shea butter, kokum butter, grapeseed oil, licorice, Neroli oil, and Vitamins E & B5, aloe vera, and fatty acids. These products can help brighten and rejuvenate your skin, as well as address those skin issues that have been concerning you (like age spots, wrinkles, dark circles, hyperpigmentation, and puffiness).

Always opt for products that are organic, vegan-friendly, paraben-free, and have undergone third-party laboratory tests. Save yourself from further stress caused by patronizing products that are overly-hyped but not as effective as they claim to be.

There are countless other techniques that can help you manage your stress. The aforementioned skin stress-relieving routines are just some of the things that you can easily include in your schedule. Engage your senses more and find out what works best for you. Read more of our articles here and see what are other things that you can do to take good care of your skin and your overall well being.


1 Taylor SE, Stanton AL. Coping resources, coping processes, and mental health. Annu Rev Clin Psychol. 2007;3:377-401. DOI: 10.1146/annual.clips.3.022806.091520. PMID: 17716061.

2 Pondeljak N, Lugović-Mihić L. Stress-induced Interaction of Skin Immune Cells, Hormones, and Neurotransmitters. Clin Ther. 2020 May;42(5):757-770. DOI: 10.1016/j.clinthera.2020.03.008. Epub 2020 Apr 7. PMID: 32276734.

3 Oyetakin-White P, Suggs A, Koo B, Matsui MS, Yarosh D, Cooper KD, Baron ED. Does poor sleep quality affect skin aging? Clin Exp Dermatol. 2015 Jan;40(1):17-22. DOI: 10.1111/ced.12455. Epub 2014 Sep 30. PMID: 25266053.

4 Morita E, Fukuda S, Nagano J, Hamajima N, Yamamoto H, Iwai Y, Nakashima T, Ohira H, Shirakawa T. Psychological effects of forest environments on healthy adults: Shinrin-yoku (forest-air bathing, walking) as a possible method of stress reduction. Public Health. 2007 Jan;121(1):54-63. DOI: 10.1016/j.puhe.2006.05.024. Epub 2006 Oct 20. PMID: 17055544.