Cure a Holiday Skin Hangover – Part 1

We know the look….. tired, sallow, and puffy. Your skin needs help.

Here’s the emergency fix: 1) Drink 6 glasses of plain water over 2-3 hours (I’m not joking!); 2) If you don’t have time to exercise for an hour, do 10-15 minutes of vigorous stair climbing (everyone can find some stairs!) to get your circulation revved up; 3) No carbs, extra salt, or alcohol (sadly – it’s a carb) for 24 hours.

You’ll be amazed at how much better you look.

The home device Jenu for tired puffy eyes is expensive at about $250, but I use it for effective (but temporary) improvement in those sagging or puffy eyes.

Happy and Safe Holidays!

Dr. Irwin

Dr. Brandith Irwin, MD

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