by corinne iaia

December 19, 2016

Products To Cure Hungover Skin (Just In Time For The Holidays)

Yes, that's a real problem. Not only do hangovers leave you feeling like *shit* (pardon my French), but they leave your skin looking the part as well. 'Tis the season for dressing up, over-drinking, and many other indulgences, and while it's fun, it's also a bit harsh on skin. So, if you wake up looking less than glowing post-party, try the following. I promise, in minutes you'll go from morning after the night before, to post-spa day radiance.

La Mer The Renewal Oil - This bi-phase oil is like a tall glass of water for the skin. It's nourishing and instantly refreshes, yet it manages to be on the dryer side of the oil spectrum, absorbing instantly and leaving behind nothing but an envious glow.

Fresh Black Tea Perfecting Mask - This whipped, tea infused mask is the skincare equivalent of ice packs on an injury. It depuffs, cools, and calms while toning the skin and packing a moisturizing punch. I've been loving this mask lately and it's my go-to for its easy application, removal, and its quick results.

Tata Harper Illuminating Eye Cream - For when all the coffee and caffeine in the world can't rid you of those tired eyes. This cream feels light and doesn't leave a greasy residue; but what it does leave is a beautiful touch of radiance that helps cast away those shadows instantly.

Algenist Genius Anti-Aging Vitamin C Serum - Like a potent vitamin for the skin, this lightweight fluid serum brightens the skin and tones in its wake. I love that this feels like a toner in texture, which makes it great for layering under other products.

Perricone MD Multi-Action Overnight Treatment - Do yourself a favor (if you can remember), before you go to sleep slather this gem of a night treatment all over skin for a boost by morning. This will help prevent dehydrated and puffy morning skin, while leaving it feeling buttery soft and hydrated. 

*pr samples included.
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