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Travis Barker is no stranger to taking care of his body and mind. He has been eating a vegan diet for 16 years and is committed to a regular exercise routine.
It is therefore his Barker Wellness the company has added a broad skincare range to its collection of CBD tinctures, balms, gums and bath products – celebrated with a star-studded launch party in partnership with Turn Tuesday (Sept. 20). The Malibu event made Barker’s celebrity friends suffer Avril Lavigne and the D’Amelio family as well as his son Landon and wife Kourtney Kardashian present and tried the new line. “Wellness is about caring for the health of your whole body – your mental health and physical health.” Blink 182 rocker tells Billboard after the event. “Being ‘good’ and living a healthy lifestyle is my only option. I couldn’t do what I do without taking care of myself and giving my body what it needs to keep going.
The new skincare collection aims to “support all aspects of your daily skin routine with all-natural, vegan, fragrance-free, non-comedogenic” products, which include a 2-in-1 face mask and cleanser, eye serum, facial serum, renewal balm and Barker’s favorite, the daily moisturizer. “It’s a staple in my routine now. It’s light but extremely moisturizing,” he explains Billboard.
Of course, self-care goes deeper than skin, so the drummer also shared some of his favorite wellness practices that he incorporates into his daily routine. “I really enjoy boxing and training Muay Thai. Of course, playing the drums is also one of my favorite exercises for self-care,” he reveals.
However, the main message Barker wants to send to fans is that self-care is universal and accessible. His advice to those looking to start a wellness routine is simple: “Create a routine that works for you. Find something you enjoy doing and find a way to do it consistently.”