Hi I’m Natalie Otto, licensed Esthetician and Corporate Educator at Repêchage. Spring has sprung, which means allergies are in bloom! To help alleviate allergies, we’ve got some special skin care tips to share with you.
1. My first tip is for clogged sinuses. With allergies, you feel stuffy, congested, and tissues become your new best friend. To open up your sinuses, trying inhaling a purified and fresh aroma. Simply apply to the chest area, relax, and inhale deeply. Inhaling essential oils is a really great and natural way to help clear your respiratory pathway for easier breathing and less congestion. It is also a great stress reliever.
2. My second tip is for irritated eyes. Itchy, watery, and runny eyes all come about with allergies. To reduce puffiness, try popping on Repêchage Eye Rescue Pads. With all natural Black, Red & Green Teas they work instantly to de-puff the eye area. Cucumber extract also helps calm and cool the delicate eye area.
3. My third tip is also for the eye area. With irritated and watery eyes, you may find yourself frequently rubbing all around. To help reduce redness and irritation, while also providing hydration to this area, apply a rich moisture replenishing cream like Repêchage Hydra Dew Nourishing Gel Cream. Natural waterlily and the amino acid proline help to reduce redness and irritation around this area, and act in synergy with natural cellular metabolism to help restructure the skin.
4. My last tip is to visit the spa and experience the Repêchage Lamina Lift™ Mask Treatment. This is a very soothing and hydrating treatment for your skin and you will feel instant relief. Book this express treatment at your local salon or spa if you’re looking for a quick treatment to get your skin calm, soothed, and less irritated.
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*This blog is for informational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice, treatment or diagnosis. Always seek the advice of your doctor or health provider with any questions or concerns you may have about a medical condition.