Keep Your Skin Flawless at Festivals!

Inspired by Emma Watson’s healthy glow at Glastonbury, we’ve come up with our top 3 most desired skin products to keep your face glowing this festival season.

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1) Number one skin priority is to cover up in sun cream, especially on your face and shoulders. Even on a cloudy day it’s still possible to get badly sunburnt, especially as you’re most likely outside all day, or even all weekend. Don’t worry, you don’t have to smear on the thick slimy stuff, that may clog up your skin, causing spots and/or irritation. You’re much better off getting a light suncream and you’ll barely even notice that you have it on – that is until you notice everyone else’s faces gradually getting fried! You’re welcome! Here’s a light suncream we’d recommend.

Superdrug – Solait Light Texture Moisturising Lotion Spray spf30 £4.98

2) Cleansing oils and lotions really help to remove even the most resistant makeups without straining your skin, revitalising your face for a fresh layer of makeup.

Superdrug – Johnson & Johnson Nourishing Cleansing Lotion £3.29

3) Festivals are known for their mud and dirt, and realistically it will probably get onto your face somehow. From touching the ground and then your face, to having a muddy hotdog at you – something will occur. So, make sure that you’re armed for when the odd spot is unleashed. If you can feel one coming up throughout the day, it’s unlikely it will develop enough for anybody to notice until the following day. So, before snuggling up in your tent, dab a bit of this beaut onto the affected area/s and get some sleep. By the morning it will have reduced enough to pretend it never happened! For a boost, put a waterproof plaster over the cream to keep it in place and to intensify its speed to recovery. Chances are no one else will have done this, so the next morning when they all wake up with volcanic spots feeling all gross, you’ll still look radiant!

Burt’s Bees – Natural Anti-Blemish Targeted Spot Treatment £9.99

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