Holidays are a time for celebration, and we all want to look our best when we’re out with friends and family. But if you’re anything like me, you’ve been working hard all year and don’t have a lot of time or energy to get ready but you still want that Christmas glow because this year, we’re all about glowing our way through Christmas.
You know what we mean: that healthy, radiant look that makes you feel like the most beautiful person in the world.
Well, we’ve got some tips for you to make this holiday season your best yet—and they don’t involve glitter or sparkles!
Drink lots of water!
We know it’s hard during this time of year—you’re busy, you’re tired, and most importantly, there are just so many cookies! But remember that if you don’t drink enough water, your skin will start to look dull and dry. So try to get in at least eight glasses a day (yes, even on Christmas Day).
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Keep up with your skincare routine!
Make sure you’re using products that are right for your skin type—and remember that even though it might seem counter-intuitive during this time of year when we all want to enjoy ourselves without worrying about our faces too much. If you don’t take care of yourself now, your face will pay for it later.
Get enough sleep!
This is key to having healthy skin, so make sure you’re getting enough rest. If you’re having trouble falling asleep at night, try taking a bath before bed. A nice soak in some warm water will help relax your body and mind, which will make it easier for you to fall asleep.
Eating well goes hand-in-hand with drinking enough water—you need both for healthy skin (and being healthy overall). Be sure to eat plenty of fruits and vegetables every day (the more colorful they are, the better), as they contain vitamins and minerals that are essential.
There is nothing worse than dry skin. When you don’t moisturize your skin, it feels like sandpaper. Make sure to moisturize after cleansing and before applying makeup (if you wear makeup).
Use gentle exfoliants like peels or scrubs every few days to get rid of dead skin cells and reveal glowing new ones underneath. Use these products as often as once per day or as little as once per week depending on how oily/dry your skin is!
It’s such an important part of every skincare routine—but especially during the winter months when UVB rays are at their strongest. Sunscreen doesn’t just protect against burns: it also helps prevent wrinkles.
Regardless of what you plan to do this holiday season, you will likely be attending at least a few parties. With that comes the responsibility of looking good, which can sometimes be tough to manage during the holiday season. Hopefully, we’ve provided a few helpful tips that can help you look your best on any occasion!
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