Our Favorite Products to Use on Stressed Skin, in Honor of Stress Awareness Month

April 01, 2021
Jessica Khorsandi
By: Jessica Khorsandi | skincare.com by L'Oréal
Our Favorite Products to Use on Stressed Skin, in Honor of Stress Awareness Month

As if the negative effects of stress on our bodies wasn’t bad enough, it can also do a number on our skin, too, in the form of wrinkles, dark circles and breakouts. The first step in minimizing stress-related skin concerns, should be taking a big, deep breath. Next, read on for our top product picks that can help reduce visible signs of stress on skin. Considering it’s Stress Awareness Month, there’s no time like the present to get zen inside and out. 

Kiehls Cannabis Sativa Seed Oil Herbal Concentrate Face Oil 

This calming, non-comedogenic face oil is for skin that’s prone to blemishes and discomfort. The formula includes hemp-derived cannabis sativa seed oil and green oregano oil to minimize redness and help balance hydration. 


Thayers Calming Facial Mist

Soothe the skin with this facial mist that contains therapeutic ingredients like hyaluronic acid, witch hazel, aloe vera, cucumber and chamomile. Spritz onto the face at any time throughout the day to revive your senses and skin. 


Garnier SkinActive The Super Hydrating Sheet Mask - Anti-Fatigue

Fend off stress-induced fatigue with this sheet mask formulated with a half serum bottle’s worth of hyaluronic acid and lavender essential oil.


L'Oréal Paris Age Perfect Rosy Tone Cooling Night Moisturizer

Enhanced with rosy pigments to instantly revive a dull tone, this anti-aging night cream feels cooling to the touch and provides long-lasting hydration. By morning, skin appears smoother, softer and renewed. 


Lancôme Tonique Comfort Hydrating Toner

Treat yourself to this luxurious toner that’s formulated with hyaluronic acid, acacia honey and sweet almond oil to soothe, nourish and soften skin to reveal a stress-free glow. 



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