L’or de Seraphine Belvedere No. 19, $30
“This candle helps calm my mind when I’m anxious or lifts me out of a funky mood. The box unfolds like origami, and the orange, mango, and goji berry blend is zippy and summery, triggering thoughts of my favorite season. The painting—a smattering of butterflies in mid-flight—is a gentle reminder that no moment is forever.” —Theresa
Jillian Dempsey Gold Sculpting Bar Facial Massager, $195
More satisfying than a squeaky jade roller, with a no-fridge-needed cooling effect thanks to the gold-plated tip, which also vibrates. When the stress headaches come on, so does this face massager.
Puffy Eyes Fix
r.e.m. beauty Full Night’s Sleep Cooling Blurring Undereye Balm, $22
Late-night anxiety results in perpetually puffy eyes—thank you, next. This instantly cooling vegan eye balm is perfecto to lay over eye cream and feel confident those bags are taken care of. With a dose of perking caffeine.
The Nue Co. Magnesium Ease, $38
Three sprays to the skin delivers 45 mg of magnesium, said to reduce muscle tension. “A doctor recommended a magnesium supplement for my insomnia. The science isn’t fantastic, but this spray helps me.” —Sarah
Naturopathica Manuka Honey Cleansing Balm, $57.60
“It’s rich and buttery, with honey for moisture. I find the act of scooping it out and massaging it to be very calming—the way it melts into the skin, dissolving impurities but also somehow stress.” —Jolene
Apple AirPods Max Wireless Headphones in Green, $479
According to one 2003 baby, “listening to music helps my anxiety, because I’m focusing on the music and not my emotions. Comfy headphones rule.” Apple’s are shiny, space-age-y, and cancel noise like no other.