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Moisturize & CHILL

Treat skin, lower stress: Women who massaged their face with skin care twice daily for 28 days saw lower levels of cortisol (a.k.a. the stress hormone), says a study conducted), but any ritual can help. “Stress makes us feel out of control; routines give back some of that control,” explains Amy Wechsler, M.D., a NYC dermatologist and psychiatrist.

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