The Holiday season can be one of the most joyous times of the year. It’s the time of the year where we get together with friends and family, and spend well deserved quality time with one another. Although this time of the year is one that we all look forward to, it can with out a doubt be insanely stressful! Prepping for family and friends to retreat at your house, and worrying about what meals to make and gifts to give can all add to the load.
Especially for the sake of your skin, try not to let the holidays stress you out! Stress may result in unwanted and unnecessary break outs! Try to stay mellow, and as always make sure to cleanse, tone, and moisturize regularly to avoid breakouts. If you find a zit popping up here and there, don’t freak out! Just dab on a little Repêchage Hydra Medic® Clear Complexion Drying Lotion and let it absorb overnight to zap your zit away! Especially during these times make sure you are letting yourself unwind. Try lighting some candles, and adding Repêchage Sea Spa Mineral Bath Salts to your evening bath. These quality salts, harvested from the Dead Sea, will help you relieve stress, sooth muscle tension, and relax! In addition, make sure you get plenty of rest, and make the most of your beauty sleep!
To avoid stress, one tip we can offer is to remember what the holidays are all about – spending time with your loved ones and making memories for years to come. It is a tradition that we give gifts to one another, and to alleviate some stress that comes along with the gift giving process we created a gift guide in our Holiday Gifts For Everyone List post. Gift giving is meant to be fun, and make you feel good! Don’t dwell on money being spent, or whether or not the “right” gifts are being given. Rather, remember these times are supposed to be happy and fun-filled times spent with your loved ones!
So relax, enjoy the holidays, and make good memories with your friends and family this year! How do you avoid stress during the holidays? Tell us in the comments below!
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