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Brie Larson in Workout Gear Says "the Studio is My Happy Place"

Here is everything you need to know about her self-care habits.

Brie Larson is getting her sweat on in her workout clothes. In a new social media post the actress shows off her amazing body while indulging in a little exercise session. "The studio is my happy place," she captioned the mirror selfie. How does the star take care of herself? Here is everything you need to know about her self-care habits. 



One of Brie's go-to nightly rituals to relax? Taking a hot bath. Why should you consider a nightly soak? Baths have been linked to better sleep and even found helpful to minimize anxiety and depression. One recent study even found that they may even boast cardiovascular benefits.



In a Vogue video, Brie reveals that her nightly skincare routine is all part of her self-care approach. She starts with Luminous Cleansing Elixir by Retrouvé and an eye mask to rejuvenate her skin. 


Ice Roller


Brie uses an ice roller on her face to reduce inflammation. "This is heaven to me," she says in the video."I have to travel a lot for work, so finding tricks like this that allow me to feel like I have a bit of ritual—taking care of myself [without] a big lift—is lovely." 


Gua Sha

Brie also uses a gua sha at night to calm down and keep her face smooth, using it as she watches television.


Celery Juice

Brie is a fan of celery juice. "I hold my stress in my stomach and this feels very soothing/healing in my opinion," she said in one of her Instagram Stories. 



"Sauna, massage, nature" are three forms of self-care that Brie relies on, she revealed a recent photo of herself during a wellness getaway at Wilderness Reserve. "Morning sweat session 101: must include selfies," she added in another post. Should you take a dry sauna? While some claim the health benefits of saunas are plentiful, including detoxification, increased metabolism, weight loss, increased blood circulation, pain reduction, antiaging, skin rejuvenation, improved cardiovascular function, improved immune function, improved sleep, stress management, and relaxation, there isn't a lot of research backing up the claims.