Kesha treats herself to butt masks to ‘fight off anxiety and depression’ in quarantine with boyfriend Brad Ashenfelter – The Sun

KESHA admitted she does butt masks with her boyfriend Brad Ashenfelter  to help with the “intense anxiety” she feels while in quarantine.

The pop star, 33, raved that her new at-home activity – which is described as being “sunshine for your behind” – has helped her mental health struggles during lockdown.

The Grammy nominee opened up in a letter on Refinery29 about her unexpected alone time after she was forced to cancel her 2020 tour amid the coronavirus pandemic.

“Learning how to spend time with myself has been both anxiety-inducing and really positive.

“I go through waves of intense anxiety and then there are moments where I just take a bubble bath and do a face mask and try to relax and accept,” she wrote on the website.

Kesha then revealed her booty secret she does with her boyfriend of six years.

“There are also these butt masks called Bawdy that I have been using, too.

“It helps having someone put it on your butt, so that's another perk of being quarantined with my boyfriend.

“It's one of those things that, at the end of the night, brings me happiness,” the Tik Tok singer added of her man’s helping hand.

Bawdy’s butt masks claim to “brighten and rejuvenate your skin.”

The $9 beauty buy also promises to “alleviate dullness, leaving your skin plump, hydrated, and radiant-looking. It’s like sunshine for your behind.”

The product comes with two separate sheets – one for each cheek – printed with the words “squeeze it.”

Jennifer Lopez, 50, has also endorsed the product in the past and included it in her subscription box with fitness wear brand Niyama Sol.

Kesha continued to talk about her life during self-isolation at her home in Los Angeles: “I've also been brought back to the basics.

“I've forced myself to learn how to cook; most things have been disasters, but at least I'm trying. I've been evaluating what I need in my life.

“Physically, I've been going through everything I've accumulated over the past years and determining what could benefit other people and what is just taking up space.

“It's the same thing emotionally and with people; there are certain people who make me feel good, and safe, and comfortable – my chosen family.

“I want to see them as much as humanly possible as soon as this is all normalized. I'm going to make it a priority,” the Rainbow songstress wrote in the op-ed.

She tries to remain optimistic and added: “I am trying to think of the silver lining. When you are forced to stay home, how can you make it as positive as possible?

“I am very, very lucky I am healthy, and I just try to come back to gratitude – even when I feel like I'm going crazy.

“I am trying to stay motivated to create, but there are some days where making it through the day is accomplishment enough,” she concluded.

The singer released her first album in three years, High Road, in January.

She was set to kick-off her latest tour in April but was forced to cancel when the global pandemic hit.

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