How to have healthy skin

We’ve all been there – the morning after a long night of drinking, you peel yourself out of bed, look in the mirror and – Ahh! Your skin looks, well, off, your eyes feel and look puffed up, and the bags underneath your eyes appear to be swallowing up your entire face. Consuming coffee during the day and alcohol at night is something that those in college will never cease to do. This will inevitably take a toll on your skin, which is why it is just as important to keep a water bottle handy as it is to make it out to the next big frat party. The following are a few tips to make sure you stay hydrated before, during, and after the party.
Pre-party prep: drink about eight glasses of water during the day (you should really consume at least this much water everyday – but it is especially important if you know that you will be consuming alcohol that night). Also, remember to slather on the moisturizer during your morning routine – you don’t need to find a high-end version, the drugstore offers quality moisturizers that will get the job done. Apply this to your face before makeup, and apply a body moisturizer or lotion to arms and legs. If you can, try to keep coffee consumption to a minimum before a big night out.
Let’s get the party started: while out, try to have one glass of water for every alcoholic drink you consume. Not only will this ensure that your mouth won’t feel as dry as a lizard’s tongue the next morning, you will also experience a more even buzz . About an hour before you go to bed, drink another glass of water
The morning after: okay, so you’ve made it through the night – you don’t feel as hung-over as usual, you slept an entire eight hours, and your face doesn’t look like a giant puff ball. To add back any H20 you might have lost during the night, grab a water , apply your favorite face-mask, and deep condition your hair while in the shower. A little at-home spa day is the best way to relax and recoup after a night on the town!

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