How to Rejuvenate Your Skin After a Night of Drinking

How to Rejuvenate Your Skin After a Night of Drinking
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When it comes to your complexion, alcohol is public enemy number one.

"Drinking alcohol dehydrates you and your skin, causing your skin to look parched and often more wrinkly," says Dr. Stafford R. Broumand, plastic and cosmetic surgeon. That, plus the inherent dirt and grime that comes with being outdoors all day, and you've got a major skin situation on your, uh, face.

To give your skin a healthy glow then—and degunk all the nasties trapped in your pores—buff your face and neck with an exfoliator, like Joanna Vargas' Exfoliating Mask ($75 at SpaceNK.com). The lactic acid and volcanic ash help draw out impurities, while other radiance-boosting ingredients promote cell turnover and brightening. It's also an anti-inflammatory agent, so puffiness will go poof.

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