With the party season in full swing, we are all celebrating in style, but late nights, makeup and a selection of bad drinks can result in dull and not so radiant skin.
To counteract all that and help you to get through the winter/party season without damaging your skin too much I thought you might like yo know which ingredient in your cocktail holds some goodness for your skin.
Here are the key ingredients you need to keep in mind – and of course, I matched a beauty product with it!
Strawberry Daiquiris, Strawberry Martinis, we all love them. Go for a drink that has minimal, yet fresh ingredients to reduce the amount of sugar and alcohol your skin is absorbing. Strawberries themselves, however, are brilliant for the skin thanks to their high vitamin C content which perks up tired complexions (perfect for nights out!)
Cucumber’s high water content makes it great for replenishing the skin with lost moisture and hydration, by helping the skin to produce collagen. It is, therefore, a good (very good) solution to match it with your cocktail – it will counterbalance that effect.
You might be tried when you get in late from partying, but make sure you remove your makeup otherwise your skin will become dry and breakout in spots. The Peter Thomas Roth Cucumber De-Tox Foaming Cleanser is quick and easy to use.
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Pineapple is a great all-rounder; it’s sweet so no need to add extra sugar to your cocktails, it contains vitamins C so it brightens the complexion and is enriched with Bromelain, an enzyme that helps your digestive system! And we all know that happy gut equals happy skin!