Look Healthy Even When You're Sick
Just because you don't feel good doesn't mean you have to look that way too. Here's how to look healthy even when you feel like crud
Boil six cups of water in a pot, remove from the stove, and add three drops of eucalyptus oil. Place the pot on a small table, drape a towel over the back of your head, then bend over the pot so your head is about a foot away from the pot and the towel covers it. Breathe in the fragrant steam. Eucalyptus is known to help relieve congestion, and the steam will hydrate tired skin, says Baldwin. (Just splash your face with cold water after this DIY steam facial to close your pores.)
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Keep this mask in the refrigerator and place the cool satin on tired eyes to help reduce puffiness (more on that next). Bonus: The fragrant beads inside contain menthol, long known for its effectiveness as a decongestant. Take deep breaths as you rest with it on your eyes for at least 5 minutes.
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