Holiday Skin Care: 5 Ways to Make Your Skin Look Amazing At Every Party

9th Dec 2019

Holiday skin care means making the most of all of those parties, dinners, and other festivities to ring in the new year. And while those fetes are surely plenty of fun, all of that celebrating can also do a serious number on your complexion. Luckily, the skin experts at Salameh Skin Care are here to offer our best tips for maintaining your complexion during the holidays so you’re glowing and radiant all winter long. Read about our favorite skin savers to help you prep for every party on your list!

  1. Hydrate Inside and Out

    Winter is often a time of indulgence and temptation, and many of us find it hard to avoid skin stressors like alcohol, sugar, and caffeine in our diets during this time of year. Be sure to counteract all those hors d'oeuvres with a holiday skin care regimen that starts from the inside. Drink at least eight cups of water daily to help flush toxins from your system and keep skin hydrated. You should also focus, when you can, on eating nutrient-dense foods with high vitamin and water content, particularly vegetables and fruits, which will promote a bright, clear complexion.

    It’s also not a bad time to consider a cosmetic supplement , such as a  collagen-boosting formula or a supplement designed to promote the health of your skin, hair, and nails. The blends of vitamins and nutrients will help address any deficiencies, as well as promote young, supple, healthy-looking skin.

  2. Exfoliate Like a Pro

    Winter can do a number on your skin’s texture and tone and one of the best ways to combat rough patches, dryness, and dull skin is to be diligent when it comes to exfoliation. By exfoliating your skin on a regular basis as a part of your holiday skin care, you’ll buff away old, dead skin cells, loosen dry, flaky skin, and promote better circulation for a robust, healthy glow that will make you the belle of the ball this party season.

    Choose an  exfoliating product that is designed specifically for your face, and that won’t irritate sensitive skin with aggressive chemicals or unnecessary additives. For the best results, be sure to exfoliate two to three times a week—any more and you risk irritating your skin or overstimulating oil production.

  3. Use Skin Boosting Serums

    Keep things looking bright when it comes to holiday skin care and supercharge your routine with serums and treatments designed to nourish and restore crucial vitamins and antioxidants to your complexion. With the combination of the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, along with the drying, taxing winter weather, your skin can take a beating this time of year. Luckily, with the right serums as a part of your day and night routine, you’ll be able to plump, nourish, and rejuvenate your face just in time for your next social event.

    Our  Skin Rejuvenating Serum is a perennial bestseller, thanks to its host of collagen-boosting properties, an ingredient called Acidic Fibroblast Growth Factor, which helps firm up sagging, aging skin and botanical ingredients that make hyperpigmentation history. For additional anti-aging benefits, consider pairing with our easy to use, highly effective retinol pads to get that A-lister worthy appeal.

  4. Double Down on Moisturizers

    Winter is definitely a time to invest in products that offer targeted moisturizing and hydrating benefits. Dry, dehydrated skin tends to show fine lines and wrinkles and look dull and unhealthy compared to skin that is well-nourished, so be sure to up the ante when it comes to holiday skin care this season.

    Beat dry skin for good with a  tinted moisturizer that offers unparalleled emollient properties, as well as the perfect amount of sheer, buildable coverage and color to keep you looking fresh all day and night. Combine with our Hyaluronic Acid treatment for a one-two punch that ensures your skin will glow brightly all winter long.

  5. Reduce Undereye Circles and Lines

    If you’ve got a busy calendar full of parties and dinners, you probably aren’t prioritizing sleep the way you should. One way to get a well-rested complexion? With targeted eye treatments designed to help you look like you’ve gotten a full night of zzz’s. During the winter in particular, many of us are plagued by dark undereye circles that can make us look tired and sluggish. Say goodbye to those pesky dark circles, along with puffiness, dryness, and fine lines, using our scientifically formulated  Eye Complex treatment, which combines several vitamins and antioxidants for maximum effect.

    What about those battling wrinkles with a holiday skin care regimen? For an eye treatment that is focused on anti-aging benefits, you might also consider our Instant Eye Lift, which focuses on tightening the eye area to mimic the look of a surgical procedure. Crow’s feet, undereye bags, and fine lines will be history, and you’ll be sure to dazzle.

Get Your Best Complexion with Salameh Skin Care

Salameh Skin Care is proud to offer medical-grade holiday skin care that addresses all of your skin concerns. We use only the highest quality products and provide effective, potent treatments that help you build a customized skin care regimen that helps you unlock your best complexion yet. Shop our  exclusive line of skin care today, or use our free skin care advisor tool to discover the best products for you.

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