Hungover again? Of course you are. It's Sunday afternoon, your head's pounding, body aching and your eyes feel like they're so puffy they're pretty much permanently shut. You probably drank a little too much last night - besides, you can't feel your toes because they're tingling so much from the alcohol-fueled dance moves you were busting out and the first thought that spring to mind is "NEVER. AGAIN.". Sound familiar? Read on...
Once the room stops spinning, you'll be pleased to hear that there are some other hangover remedies than two paracetamol and a pint of water. And while they may be a little more expensive than those two, they'll be sure to have you feeling a million dollars before you go back to bed for the evening.
Here's what you need to sort you out when you wake up instantly regretting the one, two, actually no probably more like three too many you had last night:
The go-to if you need an all round fix - and at less than 20 quid it's worth every single penny! The cooling moisturiser will freshen up skin, while the eye pen will moisturise dry and tired eyes, and the face mask is a must for packing back in the moisture that your skin needs.
Spritz over face for an instant moisturizing pick-me-up.
An age-old makeup artist trick is to add a slick of red lippy to a hungover face - distracting from dull looking skin and puffy eyes and drawing attention to a super bright lip.
A universal nude coloured eye pencil to use in waterline and inner corners of eyes to create the illusion of whiter, brighter and more awake eyes.
These are LIFESAVERS to quench super-thirsty eyes. Simply stick under eyes for half an hour and watch puffiness and tiredness disappear.
Cleanses, exfoliates and restores all of the radiance lost as a result of a boozy night out.
Swirl into a hot bath and sweat out all of the impurities.
Perfect for lacklustre skin that needs a boost of dew in general, or before applying makeup.