With the world reopening and Hot Girl Summer in full swing, Alicia Keys is advocating for Restful Girl Summer. After launching its beauty and well-being brand Soulcare Keys during quarantine the musician just wants to help you coldness. “Keys Soulcare was so perfectly timed for quarantine without being spilled,” she told ELLE.com on Zoom. “And there was no reason he was ready at the time, but I felt so grateful about it. We are all trying to figure out how to take care of ourselves, which is getting harder and harder as we go. these days. “
The latest launch of Keys Soulcare is a collection of body products – a hand and body wash, a rich and nourishing body cream and a sacred body oil – to rediscover and celebrate our unique being. “Body and body care, period, is such an incredible vessel,” she adds. “It’s amazing what this does for us. A lot of us have different relationships with our bodies, so I love this idea of continuing to forge a beautiful, positive, body-conscious relationship with ourselves.”
Want to reach Keys’ level of enlightenment? Coming up, the singer shares her top wellness commandments, along with her favorite affirmations and tips for herself 20 years old.
Allow time for daily rituals.
Keys Soulcare is all about creating a ritual for ourselves, even in the smallest moments of our day, like when we are getting ready, when we wash our face in the morning or in the evening, when we jump in the shower to get ready. for a great day. Either way, he has this ability to remind us how amazing we are.
Associate your products with affirmations.
Renewing Body + Handwash Shower Gel smells so good. So many people have said, “You have the Golden Cleanser. Can I just put this all over my body? “So that’s it. The mantra of this product is,” I love myself as I am. “The rich nourishing body cream is very rich. It has incredible smoothness and feel. And that mantra is” My body is a vessel of love, light and strength. “
My favorite is the sacred body oil. When you get out of the shower, put a few drops on your damp skin and say the mantra is “All I do is an act of creation”, which is powerful. Think about it as you create this moment for yourself and your day.
Your skin will change.
I had difficult skin problems for a long time, even long after puberty. I kept asking everyone, “Isn’t this supposed to stop now?” Isn’t it over yet? It just kept going, mostly from stress, mostly from lifestyle. I internalize a lot. I didn’t let anything out. Because of this, I wanted to be diligent with my skin, especially when it started to thin out. It’s crazy when your skin never cooperates with you.
And your body too.
I’ve always been a thicker girl and had a lot of curves at the start. I was born and raised in New York City, and on the streets it was always a little hesitant about my curves because it drew a little attention. I dressed in very loose clothes to hide it. Then, as I got older and even started to enter the music industry, I was quite shy, but I started to explore more. I started to feel more courageous and daring.
Your body is a miracle.
When I had kids, I was like, “Oh, my God, I’ll never be the same again. And that creates insecurity. It fluctuates and flows, but I feel like today, right now, I feel really good about my body. Every day what your body does is a miracle. We are like walking embodiments of miracles, and I love to remember them.
Beauty goes beyond the skin.
I feel really beautiful after a hard hike. My strength and abilities are sexy and sensual. Or lying on a beach chair with a bit of the sun beating down on me. And I feel beautiful when I’m just with my family and my sweatpants on a sofa, and we’re all snuggled and hugged, watching a movie – that feeling of pure bliss and love.
Be grateful for your past.
I never would have thought 20 years ago [when I released my first album] that I would be here flourishing and more creative than ever and creating the best music of my life, making the best connections of my life. When I look back [at my 20-year-old self], I deeply appreciate her because she helped create me now.
Celebrate your growth.
The advice I would give to my 20 year old self is that you are already right. You don’t have to change anything. You don’t have to fix anything, you don’t have to try to adapt to anything or be what people want you to be. All you have to do is keep doing yourself.
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