How To Recover From Spring Break

by Charmaine Pioquinto



Now that spring is here, everybody's going to be attending parties left and right. That means endless night outs, fun road trips, and memorable beach parties. Spring is truly the best time to go out, have fun and make new memories. I'm pretty sure most of you have already prepared them for this season. That may include getting a new hairstyle or a new hair color, a tattoo, new pair of bikinis and new flip flops and off-shoulder dresses to wear to the beach. However, have you prepared yourself for what can happen next?

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    As much as we hate it, spring breaks do come to an end. They do not last and unfortunately, so is your freshness. By the time spring break is over, you can be left on the sidewalk with sunburn, dry lips, and dirty, funky smelling hair. So, how do you deal with his? Here are some of the tips you can do to fight post-spring break trauma:




During spring break, you probably partied from dusk 'till dawn. You even had tons of pictures partying in broad daylight. This is most probably why you have sunburn as of this very moment. If you don't, you are still in trouble because while may not have red, painful skin, your skin is damaged caused by prolonged exposure to the sun. so start slathering on sunscreen with at least SPF 30. this will protect your skin now and may help you regain back your former glow.



The sun, chlorine, and other elements can be a bi*ch to your hair. So, the very first thing you do when you get home is to clean your hair with a good shampoo that will help remove all the dirt in your hair while nourishing it at the same time. DKoye's The Shampoo contains seaweed, algae and kelp extracts that will help demineralize your hair and retain your lock's moisture. It also smells awesome, by the way.




While you've been focusing on your hair and skin, do not forget the one that took much of the blow; your lips (no pun intended, BTW). After those shots, cocktails and beers you've downed, it's time to give your lips a break. Use  moisturizing lips balm with SPF to hydrate and protect our lips from further damage. 

    Spring break can be fun, but it can really drain you off. With these tips, hopefully, you can go back to the cool, fresh you and party more.