Don’t let stress acne or a tired complexion ruin your holiday season this year!
We are all too familiar with the demanding tasks that present themselves as soon as November rolls around. Hosting, cooking, cleaning, shopping, traveling— all while staying safe and social distanced of course! Its buzzing times like these that we need to do a little check in with our bodies and make sure everything is functioning as it should be. If you’re feeling anxious or stressed out, odds are your skin is too. Here are some helpful ways to manage stress and get you back to that #PurlissePerfect complexion.
Stretch Out the Stress.
Did you know that you can stretch your way into happier, healthier skin? A gentle 10-minute stretch can not only relieve muscle tension but also deliver a healthy blood flow that aids in adding nutrients to your skin for a hydrated, glowing texture. Targeting areas such as your neck, back and shoulders is a great way to perk up your complexion and relieve some built up tension that you may be lugging around.
Mask and Relax.
It’s safe to say that our holiday plans are looking a little different this year, but that doesn’t mean that your skin has to. Finding the time to unwind and embrace the luxury of doing nothing may be just what the doctor ordered. So, grab your Blue Lotus Seed Mud Mask, pour your favorite drink and let the Netflix binging commence!
Get Some "Matcha"-Needed Rest!
Did you know that your body does its best work while you’re sleeping?
Having a healthy sleep pattern is one of the major essentials for maintaining positive health— both mentally and physically. During sleep, your skin's blood flow increases, and the organ rebuilds its collagen and repairs damage from UV exposure, reducing wrinkles and age spots.
Hit the snooze button ladies, because we’re sleeping our way to a glowing complexion!
"My favorite bed time routine is to sip on some chamomile tea while I wait for my Matcha Green Tea + Lemon Detoxifying Charcoal Mask to dry. It's so relaxing and puts me right to sleep! I wake up glowing and refreshed every morning."
-Brooke Reed - West Virginia