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8 Best Self-Care Instagram Accounts to Follow

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There are so many things that contribute to stress in our lives, including job insecurity, finances, parenting, relationships, and so forth. Many research studies have been conducted to show that self-care is beneficial in relieving these stressors. One research, in particular, found that medical students who engaged in self-care reported less stress and higher quality of life. We have also heard how social media has contributed to this by making it easier for us to compare ourselves to others. However, we can also harness the positive side of social media to improve our well-being. In this article, I provide the best self-care Instagram accounts to follow in order to improve your mental and physical health.

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Best self-care Instagram accounts to follow

Without further ado:

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Self-Care Instagram Accounts You Should Follow in 2021


Self-care Is For Everyone is a community that honors the importance of self-care over self-harm. They provide encouraging quotes, messages, and information on mental health, self-care ideas, and burnout. What I really love about this account is that they also provide resources for black mental health and self-care. The graphics on this account are uniquely designed and will keep you engaged and also educated. This account also has a website that provides merchandise and support.


The Blissful Mind is the Instagram account for a well-known self-care blogger known as Catherine. Her blog also goes by the same name. Catherine is a mindset coach and tea lover. She shares self-care reminders on her Instagram account to help people live a blissful life.


Self Care 4 you provides useful information on topics about self-care in the form of slides. If you like to learn something new in self-care, this account is suited for you.


Self Care Spotlight is a self-care Instagram account owned by Steph, a doctoral student in Montreal. In this account, you’ll see lots of information regarding mental health and self-care. The graphics are really colorful and informative.


Selfcare Is A Priority that educates their audience to care for themselves and also others. They do this by providing picture slides that will teach them to spread love and kindness to others and also how to treat their relationships. You’ll also find bits and pieces of mental health advice that you can learn from.


Selfcare Advocates provides a lot of supportive material for those who are facing mental challenges through their Instagram account. Their vision is to bring awareness to the topic of mental health and end the stigma surrounding mental health conditions and their symptoms. They have an app that you can download for free called helponymous. This app provides a platform for its users to share their feelings anonymously. Users can also engage in like-minded conversations to find support and advice.

Katie, the founder of Katie’s selfcare diaries understands what it’s like to struggle with mental health. She uses her Instagram account to share her struggles with anxiety and mental health through her illustrations in hopes that people like her can find a community where they won’t feel alone.


Selfworkco is owned by Dimple Punjaabi. She is a writer and educator with a special interest in digital DIY media. She holds a Master’s degree in English literature and a Bachelor’s in communications studies. Punjaabi uses Instagram to empower other people through bite-sized self-help content. You’ll also find more educational content on self-love, psychology, relationships, and growth.

Wrapping Up

So, these were some of my best self-care Instagram accounts to follow this year. I hope you found this blog helpful. What are some of your favorite self-care Instagram accounts to follow? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comment section down below.

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I'm the blogger behind Frugal Self-Care. Here I share what I learn about self-care for the mind, body, and soul. Aside from self-care, I share some tips I learn about blogging.


  • Sihlobo Bulala
    June 11, 2021 at 11:10 am

    Thank you for these, especially for identifying them off Instagram. I’m not an Instagram fan cause I understand I’m not the target market…. everything in that place reeks of a glam I can never afford. It’s almost like it’s a recipe for stress😂😂😂

    • Yuri
      June 11, 2021 at 11:14 am

      I think it depends on who you choose to follow.

  • Lebogang Shazzygal Malatji
    June 11, 2021 at 2:48 pm

    I now have some accounts to follow for my self-care
    Thank you so much for sharing


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