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How to detox your skin after festive indulgence

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Our body always finds a way to let us know when it's time to detox and over-indulgence during the festive season usually make it to the list. Detoxification means cleansing your body from the toxic substances and impurities mainly carried out by the liver. If our body is unbalanced, it means it cannot function properly either. Luckily, there are some steps you can follow to get your health and skin back on track!

Tip #1: Drink a lot of water (with lemon!)

Drinking a glass of lemon water on an empty stomach every morning is a good habit no matter the season, as consuming enough water is essential to help your body to get rid of toxins, while lemon is a rich source of vitamin C, in another word it's good for your immune system too.

 

Tip #2: Treat yourself with a mud mask
Facial clay can do some magic when your skin is not feeling its best, as it draws out all the impurities from your skin and unclogs clogged pores. If you are looking for an effective solution, it would be worth introducing a bentonite clay to your skincare routine. As an alternative, reach out for the charcoal mask as it can cleanse and purify your skin too. Apply it a couple of times a week during your detox period.
 
Tip #3: Try a detoxifying bath 

Sea salt bath has many benefits for the skin, not only it's natural and easy to make, but also cost-effective. Soaking in a detoxifying bath made of sea salt and baking soda can help with muscle relaxation and body cleansing. It boosts your immune system and reduces inflammation, so don't forget to create a relaxing atmosphere and enjoy!

 

Tip #4: Don’t forget your diet

Glowing, healthy skin comes from within, which makes your diet even more important. You should avoid dairy products, sugar and sweets, alcohol, caffeine and spicy food during your skin detox period.

On the other side introduce a lot of fruit and veggies, try a smoothie cleanse or even food vitamins and supplements. 

 

Treat your skin well and enjoy the Holidays wisely!

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