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It's not just our insides that need a reboot after Christmas...These products promise to get our skin glowing too

1. Energising Body Scrub

£13, Liz Earle,

This is blended with energising essential oils such as patchouli and peppermint. Damask rose flower water freshens and ground olive stones remove dead skin.

2. Detoxifying Seaweed Bath

£25, Espa,

Rich in vitamins and minerals with added citrus oils, massage this mask over the body to stimulate the lymphatic system and detoxify stressed skin.

3. Cellutox Active Body Oil

£30.70, Elemis,

Rub in this body oil after a hot soak. Detoxifying juniper along with lemon, sea fennel and sea buckthorn are formulated to target cellulite-affected areas.

4. Hydra Sparkling Moisturising Mask

£30, Givenchy, 932 233 824

Givenchy's concentrate of active molecules claims to promote energy and enhance luminosity. It leaves your face feeling refreshed.

5. Rebalancing Cream Shampoo

£9.50, Phyto, 020 7620 1771

Massage this re-balancing cream shampoo onto wet hair and rinse and the camomile and witch hazel will help rid locks of impurities.

6. New Beginning Skin Smoothing Scrub

£26, Ole Henriksen,

This exfoliator with tea tree oil and aloe vera is ideal for those who have over-indulged over Christmas.

7. Triple Oxygen Instant Energising Eye Mask

£35.80, Bliss,

Pop a packet into the fridge five minutes before placing over tired eyes and enjoy the glow-inducing oxygen and cucumber extracts.

8. Damage Remedy Intensive Restructuring Treatment

£21.50, Aveda,

Designed to moisturise damaged hair, this weekly hair mask contains quinoa protein and other organic ingredients.

9. Botanical Night Complex

£153, Sisley, 020 7591 6380

Let this detoxifying product get to work while you enjoy some shut-eye. Rich in active plant extracts, this "cell activator" will oxygenate and rebalance skin.

10. Dark Eye Circle Fix

£15.95, Nip + Fab,

If your skin is suffering alcohol after-effects, dab this cream around the eye – tetrapeptide reduces puffiness, red algae lessens dark circles and shea butter moisturises.

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