One minute it's an alleged plagiarist (this administration seems to be full of those) possibly heading the Department of Education; the next, it's just a generally icky, sinking feeling that we are truly In for It. All this turmoil can't be good for one's complexion, so here, take a break from protesting and calling your representatives for some much-needed self-care.
1) Droppers are always fun to use. 2) It is meditative to count out squeezes of soothing plant extracts to mix into your moisturizer or a mask.
Slap onto your wind-chapped cheeks to reduce redness, take a lot of selfies.
A gingery toner that's as nice on your skin as tea made from the same root is for your stomach.
Nail polish (a relaxing activity in itself) in the shade of pink that both suppresses Kendall Jenner's appetite and keeps prison inmates from killing one another.
Another product to store in the fridge, though this hydrating stick already has cooling properties on its own. (Recommended usage: Smear all over face every time Trump issues a new executive order.)
Like Eight Hour Cream but cooler.
You're gonna need a really good hydrating mask for all that sweating you've been doing.
If you've ever dreamt of dunking your head in a vat of crème fraîche, this whipped moisturizer has your name all over it.
It's meant for spritzing on your sunburnt body, but feels just as nice when your insides are volcanic with political anger.
Figuring out how to work this pumice-stone diffuser thingy ≈ raking a rock garden.
An icy peel-off mask that would be really fun to use while you try not to cry in the shower.
"Spa brush" means pre-wash detangling goes from chore to actually nice experience.