As much as we appreciate self-care practices in this day and age, we certainly do slack on them a lot. Many of us take care of ourselves in little ways every day to find little nuggets of serenity here and there, but winter's early sunsets and harsh cold temperatures have you begging for a night of pampering indoors and alone, no?

Same. So here's a definitive starter pack for the lonesome self-care night of your dreams. Add your favorite meal, TV show, or book and settle in.

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Washed Linen Bathrobe ($50, H&M)

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A night (nay, a lifetime) of self-care can not be truly complete without a cozy bathrobe you can use to dry off from your long and luxurious bath — or, if you're like me, you'll just live in it and never take it off.

Lavender Cedarwood Pillow Mist ($14, Bath & Body Works)

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Don't knock it until you try it — pillow sprays chock full of lavender such as this one from Bath & Body Works are effective as hell. If you're looking to enter a deep sleep after you're done pampering yourself, look no more.

Lush Cosmetics Hottie Massage Bar ($13, Lush Cosmetics)

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Lush's genius Massage Bars moisturize your body while its unique molds massage your muscles. This one's scented with cocoa and shea butter, making it perfect for a relaxing night at home.

Skin Gym Rose Quartz Crystal Facial Roller ($28, Ulta)

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The science is still out on whether or not crystal rollers such as this one actually improve the skin in any way on its own, but it does feel extremely nice to have your face massaged — and it never hurts to increase circulation there.

Aromatherapy Oil Diffuser ($30, Target)

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An oil diffuser is a staple in any home, especially for people who spend a lot of money on candles. Drop a few essential oils in this one to steam up your home until it truly feels like your own private day spa.

The Body Shop British Rose Exfoliating Gel Scrub ($24, Ulta)

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Sloughing off dead skin cells and revealing the smooth surface underneath is maybe my favorite part of self-care. Take a nice, long, hot shower and just before you shave, rub this rose-scented gel all over for skin that's almost impossibly smooth.

Clary Collection Bath + Body Oil ($46, Urban Outfitters)

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Thick creams and body lotions can take forever to seep into skin. If you're looking for a low-maintenance night of self-care and hydration, opt to rub in some body oil all over as soon as you're done showering instead.

Youth To The People Superberry Hydrate + Glow Dream Mask ($48, Sephora)

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You know I couldn't put together a self-care kit without some sort of face mask. This new one from Youth to the People hydrates and brightens with vitamin C, antioxidants, glycerin, and hyaluronic acid.

Lush Cosmetics Dream Steam Steamer Tab ($3, Lush Cosmetics)

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Normally when I think of self-care, bath bombs automatically come to mind. But these days, few people have time to run a hot bath and sit there for a couple hours. Enter the Steamer Tab — drop these at the foot of your shower and experience just as much aromatherapy goodness.

Spa Day Headband ($8, Urban Outfitters)

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Having something soft and comfortable to keep your hair out of your face while you're face-masking is an affordable luxury you ought to invest in. Ditch your sports headbands and opt for this fluffy one from Urban Outfitters.

HoMedics Marble Novelty Hand Held Mini Massager ($10, Target)

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A personal hand-held massager — if you get your head out of the gutter — is a simple and easy way to relax your hands, arms, and shoulders without having to enlist anyone else.

Moon Juice Beauty Dust ($38, Amazon)

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Tea is one thing, but Moon Juice's Beauty Dust herbal supplement is another entirely. Add this "dust" to water for a boost of collagen in a tangy, berry flavor punch.

Sally Hansen Miracle Gel Nail Polish ($10, Ulta)

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Getting a professional manicure here and there is nice, but that doesn't mean doing your own nails at home can't also be relaxing. A couple fresh coats of shimmery polish with a long-wear formula like Sally Hansen's can never hurt.

Lush Cosmetics Lemony Flutter Cuticle Cream ($20, Lush Cosmetics)

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And while we're on the subject of nails, don't forget to hydrate your hands and your cuticles, otherwise all that nail polish will just crack and go to waste anyway. Lush's cold cuticle cream penetrates deep and has a delicate lemon scent no one can resist.

Women's Striped Cozy Low Cut Socks ($3, Target)

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It's cold and dreary out there, folks. Staying warm is a key part of self-care in the winter. Achieve that warm bliss with a pair of heat-trapping, fuzzy socks.