The 10 Best Detox products

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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, uk.lizearle.com

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, espaonline.com

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, timetospa.co.uk

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, Selfridges.co.uk

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, blissworld.co.uk

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, aveda.co.uk

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, boots.com

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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