We couldn’t wait to try — and share — these lightworker practices.
– KEYS SOULCARE
Sometimes we just need a little inspiration to zhuzh up our daily routines. Sometimes, we’re motivated to seek inspiration as close to home as we can get it. And, in this community? It’s all about the amazing individuals who put their best selves on full display.
Here are a few lightworker-beloved rituals that we couldn’t wait to try for ourselves:
“The Sage + Oat Milk candle is a gentle way to transform the atmosphere and the Skin Transformation Cream is absolutely a dream, packed with niacinamide, ceramides, and bakuchiol to nourish and repair the skin. When I feel overwhelmed, my rituals include journaling, deep breaths, and quiet time with my skincare. Even 10 minutes a day helps me recenter and refocus.” —Ivan Lam, beauty influencer
“Skincare doesn’t have to take time or have many steps to feel luxe. I love to *drumroll* single-cleanse using [the] lathering Golden Cleanser. If you’re using a good cleanser and not wearing an insane amount of makeup you actually only need to cleanse once. After that I apply a serum and finish off with a rich cream. It doesn’t have to be harder than that. I also [use] a little face mist; that’s something I sometimes include and sometimes don’t. — Fatima, beauty influencer
“To me, soulcare is the missing piece of racial justice: to getting out of our heads, into our hearts, and EMBODYING the change we wish to see in the world.Candles are a HUGE part of my ritual-keeping and the Sage + Oat Milk candle is a new fave, especially when Alicia prompted me to set an intention as I lit it.” — Rachel Ricketts, racial justice educator
“I started adding rituals to my day to day schedule, and one of those is [the] Nourishment Ritual. [It] is calming, nourishing, soothing and gentle, and it really sets the tone for how my day or evening is starting or ending.” — Aysha Sow, model and beauty blogger
“I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, I don’t think any real line exists between sacred and secular — if putting Comforting Balm on your lips can be spiritual, then everything can be spiritual. It doesn’t have to take a natural disaster to take care of yourselves and bake bread for your neighbors or offer someone a warm meal. Stay amazed out there, friends, even the smallest acts in our day can yield monumental results.” — Brit Barron, speaker and pastor
What ritual are you picking up this week? Inspired to try something new-to-you? Let us know in the comments!