We all tend to wear more make-up and to neglect our skin during the holidays, so the happy days might not be the happiest for our skin. The situation is even worse around Halloween, a holiday typically celebrated not only with costumes, but with thick, ghost-like make-up creations as well.
Fortunately, there are many things that you can do to prepare your skin for the ordeal – here are some:
- Use DIY masks at home – these emergency treatments can work wonders. Use masks that you buy in drugstore or prepare your own, all-natural skin nourishing treatment, just pay attention to use ingredients that are suitable for your skin type;
- Consider using skin conditioning squalane oil which helps skin become softer and more smooth.
- Use eye masks – the sensitive skin around the eyes reveals all the skincare mistakes, so get some nourishing eye masks and start using them a couple of weeks before the holidays;
- Always carry with you products for emergencies – acne patches and sheet masks should never be missing from your cosmetics bag, you will need them to treat an unexpected break out or puffiness after a night spent partying;
- Increase your liquid intake – start drinking more water and fresh juices a couple of weeks before the holidays to detox your skin and to prepare it for whatever comes.