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How to Make Your Skin More Radiant this Winter

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How to Make Your Skin More Radiant this Winter

Appear More Awake

Detract from tired eyes with a pop of bright lipstick, then curl your lashes to open up your eyes and apply a double helping of Benefit They’re Real!

Beet Juice

Try a beetroot-packed super-juice. It contains a high concentration of nitric oxide, which has an energising effect on your skin and body. To make your skin more radiant.

Snooze, You Lose

Ban the snooze button. Cramming in a few extra ZZZs after your alarm goes off can actually make you feel more drowsy. Stash two tablespoons in the freezer and when you wake up, press them gently under your eyes in the morning to see off puffiness and dark circles.

Sunshine

Say hello to your free dose of vitamin D with some sun exposure. Feeling sunlight on your arms. Hands and face for just 10 minutes a day can boost your mood and energy levels through the release of endorphins. As well as perking up your skin. It will also wake up your mind. As the sun reduces the level of melatonin in your body, giving you energy.

Cold Showers

Ditch those long, hot morning showers and give your skin a wake-up call. After lathering up, turn the temperature to cold for 30 seconds to help increase your blood flow. Combine with an energy-boosting product to invigorate your skin and your senses, like Thalgo Thalgomen Wake-Up Shower Gel.

Coconut Water

Coconut water may be the perfect beverage for restoring hydration and replenishing electrolytes lost during exercise. Electrolytes are minerals that play several important roles in the body, including maintaining proper fluid balance. Coconut water is found in young coconuts and is a good source of fiber, vitamin C and several important minerals. It also contains antioxidants that protect cells from damaging free radicals.

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