Origins Clear Improvement Charcoal Honey Mask to Purify and Nourish
Resolution: I will make time to take care of me.
While we've offered self-care suggestions and advice from therapists on how to manage mental health, setting up a time to use masks is not only a way to treat yourself, it's also a way to treat your skin well at the same time.
Now actually finding the time to use a mask (or other exfoliating treatment) once a week, starts with getting into a routine, which is easier to do if you start habit stacking.
For example, say you never missed an episode of Succession on Sundays at 9 p.m. (or you're planning for another favorite series' return or the start of a new one), add your new self-care routine >on top of that existing habit because you've already taken the time to establish your weekly TV date.
Put on masks like the Origins Clear Improvement Charcoal Honey Mask to Purify and Nourish ($34), an option from this Peter Thomas Roth Mix, Mask and Hydrate set ($60, originally $75), or one from the Glamglow Bubblesheet Deep Cleanse Sheet Mask Set ($30) right before the episode starts, and use a commercial break to rinse, wipe, or peel it off. Before you know it, you've made it your new normal in 2020.