The holidays are just around the corner so you know what that means...
This season brings some beauty, some bloating and a little (a lot) of stress.
From overeating, experiencing emotional meltdowns, and consuming dairy even though you know you're lactose intolerant, (or a healthy blend of all of the above)
our bodies need a break.
We're prepping our cabinets early this year - to keep our bodies and our minds calm.
Here are our favorite ways to detox and de-stress during this time of the year. 
soak the stress away
Stressed out? Goop's The Martini Emotional Detox Bath helps to soothe your nerves and relax your muscles with epsom and Himalayan pink salts, and a blend of botanicals like chia seed oil, passion flower and valerian root.

Need something a little stronger?
Pursoma's Minerals De Mer bath will eliminate toxins from the body with French green clay, and sea salt while seaweed and algae restore balance to the skins moisture levels.
go green
Start your mornings off right with a quick and easy detoxing elixir. Sun Potion's Chlorella helps to boost energy and rid the body of toxins and heavy metals.
Just mix 1/2 tsp. of Chlorella with a glass of water and some lemon juice and enjoy!

Ok, so you ate a little too much brie and had 1 glass of wine too many. It's OK! When we're in need of a serious cleanse, we turn to the Beauty Chef's Cleanse Inner Beauty Powder.
This alkalizing super-greens blend also has pre and probiotics, and digestive enzymes to help get your body back on track. 
save our skin
We're breaking up with breakouts. Stress and holiday indulgence usually leads to a more than a few breakouts- but this year they're not getting a chance.

Stop these unwelcome visitors in their track with these deeply detoxifying masks.
Little Barn Apothecary's Coconut Ash + Earth mask purifies skin with charcoal while brightening the skin.

For a heavy duty treatment, try
May Lindstrom's The Problem Solver. It has raw cacao, charcoal, salts and warming spices that bring blood-flow to the face... leaving your skin radiant.
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