You're Sick. Look Pretty.
Just because you're blowing your nose 'til it's raw doesn't mean you have to look as bad as you feel. These products will help you fake it 'til you're healthy again
And when you're feeling like death and forced to leave the land of the functional, one of the first things to go out the window is your beauty routine. After all, sick days are strictly reserved for camping out on your couch, catching up on "Homeland" (and OK, the occasional whining). Since most of us don't have the luxury of taking refuge under the covers with our Netflix accounts for more than a few days, you may still feel terrible as you re-enter civilization. But that doesn't mean you have to look as craptastic as you feel. Swapping your usual beauty products with healing multi-taskers can help you disguise the signs of your sickness and heal those annoying side effects (chapped nose, sallow skin) in the process.
To get you through this beast of a flu season, we've come up with a mini beauty first aid kid of sorts. Stash these products next to the Dayquil and cough drops as you make your transition from bed-ridden shut-in back to full-functioning human being.
That way no one will suspect that you're still on a steady diet of chicken noodle soup and Tylenol.
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