Sachi Skin has launched the States of Change AM/PM Daily Journal; a beauty industry-first initiative to improve wellbeing and happiness, beyond topical skincare. The journal is testament to the brand’s philosophy of prioritising one’s emotional and mental wellbeing when it comes to supporting skin health.

Since its launch in 2020, Sachi Skin has focused on creating multi-functional, effective formulations to address the skin’s ever-changing states. The thoughtful brand is dedicated to empowering consumers through education and knowledge, changing the narrative and reinventing beauty conversations.

Sachi Skin strongly believes in the interconnected approach to skin health and wellbeing. The brand’s founder, Farah Bahir – understands the correlation between the brain and skin axis thanks to numerous studies which have shown how elevated levels of stress and anxiety can negatively affect the skin microbiome.

With this in mind, the brand has launched The States of Change AM/PM Daily Journal, a six month guide of gratitude, positivity and mindfulness, with actionable steps to help establish one’s focus and mindset towards consistently better days. The journal is designed to help address the underlying factors which can affect how one thinks and feels about their skin:

“We believe beauty is a state of mind, and being in a good mental and emotional state is just as important as a well thought out skincare routine for skin performance and greater wellbeing.”

Farah Bahir, Founder of Sachi Skin

The States of Change AM/PM Daily Journal is designed to help the person writing the journal:

– Start the day with gratitude
– Build confidence and resilience
– Reframe one’s mindset
– Set daily affirmations
– Address anxiety with thoughtful prompts
– Reconnect with oneself and others

The States of Change AM/PM Daily Journal is priced at £21.89, from Sachi Skin


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