Take my lead. The ability to feel comfortable in your own flesh is unrelated to how you look. Yes, it can be challenging to tell the difference between the two, but it all depends on your perspective. Your physical appearance is only a small component of who you are. Remind yourself that it is due to your body that you are able to experience some of life’s best aspects, such as interacting with others and going on hikes, and accept your body for what it is. Self-care is crucial for feeling comfortable in your own skin. You’ll learn more about who you are if you put your needs and wants first. There are many methods to prioritize oneself, like learning to say “no” to people who sap your energy or setting aside “me” time for activities like applying a luxurious anti-aging cream, arranging routine facials, or taking daily walks around the neighborhood. People who don’t give themselves enough time tend to be more critical of themselves in all areas. You will have bad effects in all areas of your life if you work nonstop without taking the required time to unwind and decompress, especially in how you perceive yourself. If you put yourself first, take good care of your skin, and are confident in your body and skin, you’ll feel more at peace.