January 22, 2016
by Nicole Darmanin
Comments Off on Weekend Skin: Going Out vs. Staying In
Whether your weekend plans include bubbly and disco balls or cozy sweats and Netflix, the end of the week is the perfect time to give your skin extra attention.
Take advantage of the weekend to reach for a few powerhouse products each evening—your friends will wonder how you manage to look so fresh-faced at brunch.
We know, your week was insane—you made it through! It’s Friday, you’re tired, but you just. . .want. . .to. . .go. . .out. Only for a few hours and a few drinks—you know, to feel human, and to have fun. You’re running on fumes and you are going to use those fumes to dance!
Going out this weekend?
Temporary Lifting Mask is made for parties. Apply this mask to clean skin and leave on for 7 minutes before removing. It gives your skin an instant boost so you can power through the night like the champ that you are!
Pop a jar of Ceramide Eye Gel into the refrigerator before you get into the shower. When you are ready, gently apply the cool gel to the under eye area to hydrate, refresh, and help to reduce puffiness—a virtual disco nap when there’s no time for one!
Sometimes nothing seems more luxurious than a night in. For some, Friday and Saturday nights can be that magical window of time when you can slip off the radar. These are the few waking hours when emails stop (or at least slow), kids sleep (maybe), and you can just be calm, clear your mind (or watch mindless TV), and restore.
Holing up for the weekend?
Remove makeup and cleanse then give the skin a gentle massage with Almond and Honey Face Scrub. Use the pads of your index and middle fingers to lightly go over the skin in upward, circular motions for about 30 seconds, then rinse.
Next apply a thin layer of Azulene Calming Mask to the face, avoiding the eyes. This gentle detoxifying mask is great for just about everyone, especially those with sensitive skin. Follow with a giant mug of tea and your coziest throw blanket.
About that brunch, are we ordering something sweet or savory?