Ever looked in the mirror around Christmas Better not, because there is hardly a time that our skin looks less festive than during the holidays. Christmas is pure stress for the skin! Do not surrender to it idly: We will show you what you can do against the skin killer Christmas season..
Why is Christmas bad for the skin??
Christmas is stress
The feared and dreaded Christmas fight with the siblings is just waiting to give your skin a rash. The sleepless nights. The running from party to party, from appointment to appointment, let pimples shine in the finest Christmas tree light.trahlen.
Christmas is unhealthy
The cookies. The cakes. Your skin smells the roast! And by how much percent your alcohol consumption will increase in December, we don't even want to know. On top of everything else, there is thatthe cold air Your skin is stressed and the dry heating air leaches it out.
Christmas wants to get to your skin
Christmas hits your skin and your face well-groomed: pimples and a stress rash can be found on your dry and tired-looking skin. The perfect basis for wrinkles, an unhealthy appearance and a bad mood. Don't leave it up to Christmas what your skin looks like!
The duty: Cared for with a good face cream through the holidays
You are a connoisseur and do not like to do without the schnitzel, cookies and mulled wine you have earned at the end of the year. Then you should make sure that you take good care of your skin!!
Due to the increased environmental influences, the stress and your festive diet, you put more strain on your skin than normal: Do something good for you and her to balance out and care for her with a face creame particularly well hydrated, oneProtective film forms and plentifulimportant nutrients ready. Because only then can your skin revitalize itself from your holiday binge. In addition: if you take care of it properly, nobody will notice the many parties so quickly and you will prevent wrinkles.
We have designed the Hydra Defense Cream under scientific guidance so that it provides you with important moisture and has all the important weapons ready so that pollutants and Christmas stress do not harm your face as much. You order the creamin our shop – and is also a perfect Christmas present. Just saying.
Note: Grooming is mandatory, especially on public holidays! If you are really serious about your skin, however, pay attention to the following tips in the freestyle:
The freestyle: celebrate Christmas in a skin-friendly way
We confess that doing without is about as much fun as writing a tax return. Nevertheless, both are important. Suggestion for kindness: only take the tips that you can or really want to implement.
1. Celebrate in an civilized manner
For your healthy skin, make sure that you drink little to no alcohol. At Christmas in particular, company parties, meetings with friends and family and New Year's Eve are not to be mentioned! There's a lot going on in the upper alcohol range. Apart from the slip-ups at the company party, that may often be funny, but your skin can't laugh about it: after all, the alcohol and the parties make it look pretty old. And so do you.uch.
2. Drink plenty of water
Drink enough water or unsweetened tea regularly! By adding fluids, you arm your skin against the stresses and strains of dry air and that extra glass of wine that you might have drunk after all.
3. Avoid sugar
Try alternatives to Christmas cookies that contain less sugar and whole grain flour instead of wheat. When it comes to chocolate, it gets more difficult with halfway equivalent alternatives: Maybe you try tangerines instead. They contain plenty of vitamin C, which your skin will thank you for!!
4. Eat healthy
Has it ever occurred to you that we cram so much fatty and heavy food into us at Christmas, as if we had to go hungry all year round? So: take it slowly and see if you really want to eat more than you usually do . And don't have everything put in front of you: Instead of fatty roasts and heavy dumplings, it can also be fish, vegetables and salad..
5. Stay relaxed
Avoiding stress is the best prevention! But in order for Christmas to be completely stress-free, you would have to get rid of Christmas Eve and Co. Admittedly, this is a bit difficult or even undesirable. Instead:
- Do not say yes to every coffee party. Only go to the events that really matterto youare.
- Try to recognize stressful situations in good time and to counteract them: Take balancing walks to clear your head. Orbetter still sport!
- Do your Christmas shopping right now rather than at the last minute. Remember: the closer Christmas gets, the more people in the shops, the more stressful. Online shopping is a stress-free alternative: here we have itTips for good Christmas presents.
Come clean through the holidays, happy holidays and #staysober!