5 Ways to De-Stress Before the Holidays - Lisa-Marie's Made in Maine

5 Ways to De-Stress Before the Holidays

5 Ways to De-Stress During the Holidays

#1: Soothe Your Skin 🌿

Maine Sea Scrub

– Shed that dry winter skin
– Scrub combines real Maine sea salt and seaweed to polish and rejuvenate.
Maine sea salt, Maine digitata seaweed, sunflower oil*, lavender essential oil*, pine essential oil.* (*certified organic)

Unfiltered Face Cream

– Frankincense improves tone + elasticity, a great defense against bacteria + blemishes.
– Myrrh is great for smoothing fine lines.
– Rosehip and argan oils, both high in linoleic acid to plump + protect skin.
– Local Maine beeswax acts as a wonderful humectant + barrier to lock in moisture.

#2: Feel Stress Fizz Away πŸ›

Run a hot bath, drop in a scented Bath Fizz by Miss Moonmaker, & put on your favorite playlist or TV show. Sip, sit back, & relax. Self care can be that simple.

#3: Breath In, & Release πŸ§˜πŸ»β€β™€οΈ

Candle πŸ•― Benefits

1) Reduce Anxiety: Scented candles help stimulate our limbic system, a part of our brains that involves our emotions.
Increase Productivity: Our limbic system also includes our memory! Better memory = improved time management + focus + learning πŸ‘
 Aromatherapy: Certain scents can help reduce stress, manage pain, improve sleep, & more!

#4: A Sweet “Pick Me Up” πŸ«

& The Brain 🧠

Phenylethylamine (PEA)
– Chocolate is packed full of PEA, a natural stimulant that encourages the production of dopamine and promotes well-being.

Serotonin– A neurotransmitter that promotes happiness. It’s derived from tryptophan, an amino acid found in chocolate.

Theobromine – An addictive compound that can block inhibitory neurotransmitters.

#5: A Lil’ Bit of Everything πŸŽ


You are worth the quiet moment. You are worth the deeper breath. You are worth the time it takes to slow down, be still and rest.

Shop the 
Pamper ME Gift Basket
featuring a Soak, a Soap, & a Soap Saver, alongside a box of Chocolates & a calming Candle – all handcrafted for relaxation right here in Maine.