Skincare Tips for the Holiday Season

There can be a lot of things going on this holiday season. Preparing food, baking your favorite treats, travel plans, gift shopping, and choosing the right outfit for different parties. So although this time of year can be a lot of fun, there is a lot to think about so can be a little stressful. One of the things that can really take its toll is the condition of your skin. A lot of sugar, lack of sleep, and partying hard can all impact your skin. Plus, staying away from family and being out of a normal routine can mean that your usual skincare routine can go out of the window. So here are some of the things that you can do to care for your skin during the holiday season, to have clear, fresh, and radiant-looking skin.

Skincare Tips for the Holiday Season

Cleanse Your Skin Regularly

One of the best things that you can do for your skin starts in the morning. Start off by cleaning your skin when you’re washing your face. It helps to keep your skin free from break-outs, and it can also help as a base for any makeup that you will be putting on. It’s all about looking after your skin and starting the day as you mean to go on.

Choose Natural Products

If you are putting a lot of junk food in your body, then you can feel the impact on your energy levels, as well as weight and skin. The same thing goes for looking after your skin; if you put a lot of junk on it, then it will impact it in a negative way. Where possible, looking for vegan skincare is a good idea, as well as ones that are made from completely natural ingredients. When you harness the power of plants, your skin will thank you for it.

Don’t Forget Your Lip Balm

If you will be traveling between family and friends during the holidays, then it is a good idea to pack an extra lip balm into your travel bag. When you travel, it can really dry out your lips and your skin. Plus, if you’re going to places with cold temperatures, then lip balm can help against chapped or damaged lips.

Take Your Makeup Off

No matter how tired you are at the end of the day, it really is essential that you take off all of your makeup. Using a product like micellar water is a good option, as it helps to hydrate your skin, while also taking off your makeup and eliminating other dirt and grime from the day. A facial moisturizer is also a must.

Keep Hydrated

Another really important thing that you can do for your skin is to keep hydrated. When you’re tired, out of normal routine, sleeping less, drinking more alcohol, and just generally not taking as good care of yourself as you know that you should, then your skin can take the brunt of the damage. It is important to drink plenty of water, and it will help to flush your body of toxins, as well as help to keep your skin look hydrated, fresh, and clear.


Visit A Professional

Following these tips will help keep your skin glowing through the holiday season. But what do you do when you’re facing a skin problem that isn’t resolving after following these tips. Or do you have a new issue that’s causing pain and self-esteem issues?

We will all face a problematic or challenging skin issue or two in our lifetime. And if that’s the case for you, don’t struggle alone at home. Instead, visit your local dermatologist for an expert assessment of any skin problems you’re unsure of. This way, you’ll be able to get a more in-depth analysis of the issue and a routine to help resolve it. Again, you don’t have to struggle alone; there are people out there who can help.

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Jess Benoit

Jess is a homeschooling mama of 3, wife, gamer, Whovian, Nerd

2 thoughts on “Skincare Tips for the Holiday Season

  • December 26, 2020 at 5:46 am
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    Hello Jess! Very nice post, I just love it. Taking care of skin during a busy schedule is not easy, especially in the holiday season. We do a lot of pending work at this time, so it becomes a little stressful. Thank you for sharing these coolest skincare tips for the Holiday Season.

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  • April 26, 2021 at 4:18 pm
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    Hi Jess! Extremely decent post, I simply love it. Dealing with skin during a bustling timetable isn’t simple, Much obliged to you for sharing these coolest skincare tips for the Holiday Season

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