With the holiday season around the corner, office parties, family get togethers and Sunday brunches with friends are a common sight. But with the holiday season, unhealthy food choices, loads of junk food and sweets, and too much experimenting with makeup can take a toll on our skin and hair. However, it is important to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Here are a few tips to keep you focused and to have a skin-friendly party time.
We forget that our skin is essentially a reflection of all kinds of internal and external stress in the form of skin problems like redness, dry skin, dark circles and breakouts. Taking time to relax and unwind is absolutely crucial. And when it comes to self-care, small acts go a long way - few minutes of slow breathing, a good warm soak in the bath, aerobic exercise or a little yoga will help you combat many skin conditions.
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