Laughter has numerous benefits for self-care, both physical and mental. Here are some ways in which laughter can be good for your self-care:

  1. Relieves stress: Laughing triggers the release of endorphins, which are natural feel-good chemicals that reduce stress and anxiety. When you laugh, your body releases tension and helps you relax.

  2. Boosts immune system: Laughter can also boost your immune system by increasing the production of antibodies and activating immune cells, which can help protect you from illness and disease.

  3. Increases social connections: Laughter can be a great way to connect with others and improve your social relationships. Sharing a laugh with someone can help build trust and strengthen bonds.

  4. Enhances mood: Laughter is a natural mood booster and can help alleviate feelings of depression and sadness. Laughing can also help you maintain a positive outlook on life and increase your overall sense of well-being.

  5. Improves physical health: Laughter can also have physical health benefits, such as reducing pain, lowering blood pressure, and improving cardiovascular health.

Laughter is a powerful tool for self-care that can improve your physical, mental, and emotional well-being. So go ahead and find ways to incorporate more laughter into your daily routine, whether it's through watching a funny movie, spending time with friends, or simply finding humor in everyday situations.

Need a laugh today? A little bit of our Radiant Bath Salt/Bath Soak in a foot soak gives you a gentle, yet soothing tickle to your feet. Kids need a laugh too, so an activity like our Paint Your Own Bunny Bath Bomb gives them the opportunity to get creativity and have fun practicing self-care. Our Refresh Clay Mask is not only great for removing dirt and impurities from your skin, but also makes for a pretty entertaining look for the delivery person as I answer the door after anxiously waiting for packages all day.

April 01, 2023 — Andrea Davis

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