Presenting our postholiday guide for a quick recovery—because food, wine, and family can take a toll.
Alcohol isn’t the only thing that can give you a hangover. Have you ever heard of a sugar coma or the unfortunate side effects of too much flying (i.e., swollen calves and acne)?
Here, we break down all the different types of hangovers and the cures that will bring you back to life after a hectic holiday season.
When your parents overstay their welcome and you desperately need some shut-eye, use the Dr. Barbara Sturm Sleep Food to rejuvenate the body and relax the mind for a restful sleep. The supplement blends St. John’s wort, valerian, purslane, passion fruit, melon extracts, hop extract, and vitamins B3, B1, and B6.
When your gut is overridden with sugar and you need to strengthen your microbiome, take The Nue Co. Prebiotic + Probiotic. This vegan formula delivers 15 billion spores per dose, combats digestive issues, and treats the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome.
When that final couple of drinks from last night’s New Years party takes a toll on your complexion, use the Sisley Black Rose Mask to boost hydration and deliver an instant youthful glow. Infused with black rose extract, shea butter, plant and algae extracts, and magnolia oil, this mask nourishes, softens, and promotes cell regeneration.
When you have sat on your couch for an extended period after tuning into Seasons 1 and 2 of the The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, use the Pursoma Digital Detox to unplug. The power of French gray sea salt and French green clay pulls out toxins and stimulates circulation.