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
Stop and Smell the RosesWell, the rose water at least. Rosewater (available in health food stores for about $5) is a staple in Campain's kit for the invigorating feeling it gives her clients, but it also has other benefits: Its natural oils lock the moisture it delivers in, while its anti-inflammatory properties can ease skin irritation. Natural medicine practitioners have also long touted it as a fever reducer.
Spritz it on your face before and after makeup application, first to hydrate, then to set (you can also spritz whenever you feel the need to cool down during the day).
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