The Best Self-Care Beauty Products to Indulge in Right Now

Self-care is important. Scroll through to see our favorite, most indulgent beauty picks right now.
Julia Cherruault for Observer

Knesko Diamond Radiance Collagen Multi-Masking Set

For a gemstone-infused spa day, try this seven-mask set (face, eye, décolleté, lip, neck), which is also charged with Reiki energy, for the ultimate healing treatment. $135, Knesko.

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Alder New York Gua Sha Tool

This heart-shaped black obsidian tool helps relieve tension and puffiness by massaging facial muscles and improving circulation. $30, Alder New York.

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Tatcha Violet C Radiance Mask

Use this perfectly purple anti-aging mask two or three times a week, for super soft, glow-y skin. $68, QVC.

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Valmont Hair Recovering Mask

Use this time inside to give your hair a little extra love, sans any unnecessary heat treatments. This mask is specially designed to nourish damaged hair. $135, Valmont.

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Nails Inc. Gel-less Polish Remover Kit

A trip to the salon is out of the question right now, but for those of us dealing with the aftermath of gel manicures at the moment, the struggle is very real. This set has every single step you need to take off your gel manicure at home, instead of slowly peeling off your months-old polish and destroying your nails one at a time. $19, Sephora.

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Jordan Samuel Skin Granita di Caffè Body Scrub

This scrub contains coffee seed oil, green tea, mango and shea butters for a cleansing spa-esque bathtub experience. $34, Jordan Samuel Skin.

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Hey Dewy Portable Facial Humidifier

This portable (!) humidifier will keep your skin hydrated and dewy wherever you are, whether that's sitting at your desk or having an at-home spa day. $39, Hey Dewy.

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Supernal Cosmic Glow Oil

There's a reason beauty gurus flock to this facial oil, which contains vitamin E, vitamin C and omegas 3, 6 and 9. It gives your skin a natural glow, and make sure you rub your hands together with the oil and take a few deep breaths, as it's also an aromatherapy product, which makes it even better for our current situation. $108, Supernal.

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Sakara Detox Water Drops

This is an easy addition to your wellness routine; just mix a few drops into your water each day to improve digestion, gut health and give your immune system a boost. $39, Sakara.

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Sara Happ Sweet Dreams Lip Treatment Kit

Sara Happ's luxe products are perfect for when you want to pamper chapped lips, and this two-piece set includes the cult-favorite lip mask as well as an über hydrating nighttime treatment. $48.50, QVC.

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EiR Post-Session Salts

It's normal to feel extra tired and achy right now, even if all you're doing is sitting at a kitchen table the entire day. These (vegan!) bath salts help detoxify your body, reduce soreness and increase circulation. $20, EiR.

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Primally Pure Green Jade Roller

Use this ridged jade roller to calm down your skin, reduce inflammation and increase circulation. $44, Primally Pure.

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Skinceuticals Emollience Moisturizer

A super rich moisturizer to give your skin some extra hydration right now. $63, Skinceuticals.

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Osea At-Home Spa Set

This set includes a mask, body oil and body polish, for all your at-home spa needs. $138, Osea.

Courtesy Osea

As we continue to shelter in place and limit outside interactions due to the coronavirus, we’re spending way more time inside than we normally would. While there are plenty of less than ideal aspects of the countless hours at home right now, it also means we can try to carve out some time to indulge in a little self-care.

SEE ALSO: The Best Ultra-Moisturizing Hand Creams We Love Right Now

A beauty routine might not be the highest of priorities at the moment, there’s nothing wrong with treating yourself to a relaxing wellness moment, especially at such a stressful time. Scroll through to see our favorite at-home beauty self-care products right now.

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