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Skin Rejuvenation Tips After Holidays

Updated on December 20, 2012
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Skin Rejuvenation Tips 101

The ring of the holidays is just around the corner and you can be sure that parties left and right are happening for you. All these elements may be good for the social life, but it can take a toll on your skin. So if you want to look tired and haggard after all the festivities, here are skin rejuvenation tips that could certainly do you good.

Cleanse your skin


This is a no brainer and is a basic on your skin regimen. But not everyone can really follow this. Some go home tired or drunk that they forget to remove make-up and simply sleep on a dirty face. Eventually this can lead to breakouts and dry skin.

Exfoliate


We shed old and dirty skin cells on the surface area every day that is why it helps you to regularly exfoliate to keep a clean and glowing complexion. This is also extra helpful especially when you go to somewhere sunny for the holidays, because the weather conditions can cause uneven skin tones. A good exfoliating can even out a fading tan giving you a more beautiful hue.

Hydrate


Smoke, alcohol, and lack of sleep can cause your skin to dry out. Therefore, also let your water intake make up for the amount of stress your skin is exposed to. Water can help you to flush out toxins from your body and it helps regain moisture.

Have sips of water in between drinks or after having that stick or two to keep your skin well hydrated. Munching on fruits and veggies can also help improve your water intake.

Aromatherapy and other Ayurvedic treatments


Ayurvedic treatments can also regain your glow back after all the social gatherings. Aloe vera mixed with rose water can be a very good facial wash with its natural detoxifying agents and antiseptic moisturizers that overall improves skin quality. You can also opt for milk creams that contain drops of lemon to help soothe and moisturize your dry and tired skin.

You can also put on some lotions or body butters with common and highly effective ingredients such as coconut, cocoa, shea and jasmine. These keep the skin moist and soft.

Cut back on oily, salty and sweet foods


Breakouts and skin dryness are always the result of wrong diet. Since social gatherings are teeming with oily, fatty, salty recipes and desserts, this can eventually create negative effects on your skin. Considering that you put your caution to the wind just to enjoy the holiday season, make sure to keep them in controlled amounts. Always remember to increase your water intake.

Get a massage


A massage allows you to regain good blood circulation stimulating your cells to function more optimally and rejuvenate faster. Facial massages with aromatherapy oils can most certainly help eliminate dryness and tiredness from your face making your ready to get right back to usual business in the coming days looking fresh and rejuvenated.

Get enough sleep


This might be hard to keep up especially with invitations left and right and hours of partying all happening in one week. But after all these have come to pass, make sure to give your body the rest that it needs. Sometimes just to get rid of those dark under eye circles and dry skin is to get ample rest.

Anti-aging medical aesthetic procedures


Thermage CPT, IPL, Lasers, and microdermabrasion are just some of the easy way to get a rejuvenated look that you want. They create faster results as your typical skin care regimen and they are less invasive than surgical procedures.

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