A favorite pastime for many, dressing up on Halloween in crazy costumes requires much passion and planning. But after you’ve taken off your wigs, masks, heavy makeup and fake lashes, our faces the day after might look like the stuff of a horror movie. Instead of hiding away after the All Hallows Eve festivities, there are new products and treatments to take your skin from scary to “boo-tiful”.

Problem: The horror of dry and irritated skin from harsh Halloween makeup.

Beauty Fix: Take a few minutes the morning after and apply a nourishing and moisturizing face mask like Manuka Doctor Apinourish Rejuvenating Face Mask. With moisturizing ingredients like Manuka Honey, royal jelly, shea and cocoa butters, this mask is sure to calm irritated skin and give it a lovely glow.

Problem: Undereyes as big as your trick or treat bag.

Beauty Fix: Apply an eye gel packed with peptides to bring your eyes back to normal, like Environ’s C-Quence Eye Gel, which also has antioxidants and essential vitamins to replenish the fragile skin around your eyes. Prevent irritated eyes with Environ’s AVST Eye Make-up Remover the night before to safely remove eye makeup using soothing Honeybush Tea extract without oil.

Problem: Breakouts around the face and scalp from monsterous masks and wild wigs.

Beauty Fix: To hit the breakouts around the scalp, grab a shampoo with Tea Tree Oil. Long used as an antibacterial acne-fighter, it’s a gentle way to clean your hair and the skin around it without breakouts. New to the US, Organic Doctor’s Organic Tea Tree Shampoo also contains Witch Hazel to clean your hair and scalp without stripping it. Pick up their Organic Tea Tree Beauty Spot Stick to spot treat breakouts that popped up overnight.


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