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His & Hers: 5 Ways To Get Ready For Date Night

 ADDRESS BLEMISHES 


Before Valentine’s Day, since blemishes don’t disappear overnight, it’s best to be proactive. Start by regularly cleansing your skin with a cleanser to remove pore-clogging dirt, impurities, dead skin cells and excess oil. Control breakouts with an acne spot treatment or apply a pimple patch to reduce the appearance of inflamed pimples.

 PUT ON A FACE MASK 


A great way to target skin issues is to give yourself an intensive treatment in the form of a face mask. Choose one based on your top skin concern, be it clogged pores or dullness.

 UTILISE AN EYE MASK 


If the eyes are the window into the soul, you’ll want the skin around them to look its best ahead of your date. To target eye area concerns such as the appearance of puffiness, fine lines and wrinkles, use an eye mask tailor-made for the job

 CLEANSE YOUR SKIN 


On Valentine’s Day, properly cleansing and hydrating your skin will help give you a flawless canvas. A good cleanser washes away excess dirt, sebum, oil and dead skin cells, giving you the desirable look of someone who’s ready to tackle any challenge with confidence.

 ...AFTER CLEANSING, HYDRATE YOUR SKIN


Reach for a nourishing moisturiser and serum which prevents dryness, slows the signs of ageing, helps fight acne, protects your skin from the sun and helps promote smooth skin. You’ll feel rejuvenated and look perpetually radiant.


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