Wake Up Your Skin With A Splash of Cold Water


Sleep deprived? There’s nothing better to wake up your skin and your mind than splashing your face with very cold water. Lack of sleep interferes with proper blood flow to the skin making the complexion sallow so the cold water will give a quick boost of circulation to get your skin looking fresh.

Also, studies show that using mint (peppermint and spearmint) as an ingredient in skin care products can increase mental alertness for a morning pick-me-up. Additionally, mint helps to stimulate blood circulation to bring new nutrients to the skin cells…

We have several mint-based products that are sure to wake up your mind and your skin. Try our Rosemary Mint Cleanser and Mint Buffing Beads.

Read how Peppermint Tea can improve skin circulation.

Topical mint-based products aren’t for everyone (especially those with rosacea), so it’s always best to get products recommended for your skin type by choosing one of our nine skin types.

Check out our Glow Enhancing Cream which is sure to give your skin a radiance!

Read: Is Your Skin Fading? Tips To Get the Glow

Read: What Are These Bumps On My Skin?

Read: How To Prevent Lines And Wrinkles From Forming

Which skin care products are best for you? See our nine skin types or take the Skin Type Quiz and get products recommended.

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