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10 Self-Care Items Under $100​

10 Self-Care Items Under $100​

Self-care may be a buzzword these days but it's something we should take more seriously.

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Pop Quiz: When is the last time you took some real time for yourself? If the answer isn't today, you have got to do better!

Self-care may be a buzzword these days but it's something we should take more seriously. Life can be the art of juggling but we have to be at 100% to be able to give to others. As we all embark on our own self-care journeys, we must develop our personal self-care kits. Self-care leads to more self-love which leads to more positive feelings, more confidence and more love.

Do you know what relaxes or rejuvenates you? It's time you find out. We have rounded up some dope products that may be exactly what you need. We hope you love the products ahead.

*This list is specially curated by the xoNecole team and some links are affiliate links. If you purchase an item from an affiliate link, xoNecole might earn a small commission.

Jade Roller and Gua Sha Set - Rose Quartz Facial Massage Roller with Gua Sha Scraping Tool

Amazon

$10

Not only are jade rollers pretty, they have a ton of benefits. From reducing inflammation to stimulating the lymphatic system and blood circulation to brightening complexion, your pores won't know what black magic hit them. This specific roller made of rose quartz promotes self-love, reflection and acceptance. Its soothing properties are sure to provide ease and comfort.

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Originally published on September 18, 2019

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