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How to Look Fresh After a Hangover

by Kathy Jones on December 30, 2013 at 9:25 PM
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 How to Look Fresh After a Hangover

Sleeping in a slightly elevated posture or exfoliating your skin well can help you look fresh and perky even when suffering from a hangover.

Jill Zander, founder of the Jill Zander Skin Rejuvenation Clinic, shares tips on how to combat hangover skin, reports femalefirst.co.uk:

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- Party trick: Avoid going from indoors to outdoors too frequently during the evening as the change in temperature can make your skin turn red. Apply a redness relief serum under your make-up to help calm skin redness.

- De-puff eyes: When you get into bed, take support of an extra pillow to avoid puffy eyes in the morning. Sleeping slightly elevated helps to drain excess fluid out of the face.

- Exfoliate: Take a shower and exfoliate to get rid of dull and partied-out look.

- Moisturise: Alcohol takes away moisture from body. Use a serum containing Hyaluronic Acid under your moisturiser as it helps the skin retain water.

Source: IANS
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