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Keep Your Skin Extraordinary this Party Season

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Year-end means there’s plenty of parties to be attended. Extraordinary skin is a must. But stress, heavy foods, and lack of sleep during the holidays can spell problems for your skin. Below are a few tips to keep you extraordinary as you party on!

Don’t Forget Your Skin Care Regimen 

’Tis the season for shopping, travel, work, and, of course, parties. With all you have to get done, it’s easy to forget about your daily skin care regimen. Don’t! Keeping up your daily routine is critical to keeping your skin glowing. Make sure you keep it up throughout this busy season.

Minimize Your Pores

You can’t actually shrink your pores, but you can make them appear smaller. Pores appear larger when dead skin cells mix with oil to form impactions.

Exfoliating the dead skin makes the pores less visible. Alpha hydroxy acids and retinoids, are all good ways to accomplish this feat.

Brighten your Glow

Shine your brightest this party season, by adding in some physical exfoliation in the form of a scrub. Daily exfoliation aids in the cell renewal process. Kage Scrub is good for all skin types and helps slough off dead skin cells for maximum radiance and pore rehab.

Avoid Breakouts 

Rubbing ice over a pimple reduces inflammation and redness and speeds healing. It also helps your skin better absorb acne treatments like benzoyl peroxide. To speed up recovery, rub ice over cleansed skin and apply Benzoyl Peroxide over the entire face (no spot treating) to kill bacteria and flush out impactions.

Masquerade

Exfoliate, hydrate, and tighten.  Kage Pumpkin Enzyme Mask enhances skin tone and texture and is recommended for all skin types. 

Sleep, Sleep, Sleep

If you have to fake the sleep, ice your face and around your eyes to tighten the skin. Also, apply Kage Signature Eye Cream to hydrate and avoid the sleepy look.



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