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  • June 27, 2018

4th of July Beauty Tips

4th of July Beauty Tips

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hyaluronic acidThe 4th of July is here, which means we’re smack in the middle of summer. Whether you have outdoor BBQs on the horizon, a trip lined up or are staying home with your SO, we know you want to look your best. Even if the attire is casual or you’re spending the day outdoors, you’ll enjoy yourself more when your skin looks its luminous best.

Read on for my roadmap for getting beautified for the 4th of July and all of your summer events.

Get Moving

Start the day off with some physical activity, ideally your regular workout. Do your facial exercises when you wake up and then go for a run, take a walk or hit the gym. This will get your blood flowing and skin glowing. It will also help offset any extra calories you consume at parties or BBQs.

Get Glowing

Once you’re done with your workout, take some to relax and get your glow on. Apply Face Lift to Go and relax for 45 minutes of pure unadulterated “me” time. This luxurious enzymatic mask exfoliates like nothing else—leaving your skin looking taut, firm and absolutely glowing.

Get Dewy

After you slough off the excess with Face Lift to Go, properly moisturize before applying Protective Sunblock SPF 30. A product that contains hyaluronic acid is ideal, as it attracts and retains moisture like crazy. This naturally occurring substance is renowned by top dermatologists as the “the key molecule involved in skin moisture.” Our Ultra Hyaluronic Cream is composed of hyaluronic acid and other ingredients that boost moisture by 300 percent. Click here to learn more about the magic of hyaluronic acid and its benefits.

Hydrate

Hydration is critical, especially during hot summer weather. Start the morning off with a cup of green tea, which is loaded with anti-aging antioxidants, and then drink water all day ling. Have a bottle with you everywhere, and if you have a cocktail or glass of wine, be sure to have a glass of water before and after to minimize damage.

Have a safe and fun holiday!