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9 Products To Help You Stay Happy This Winter

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    Winter is the time of year most of us get the general blahs. With shorter days, colder temperatures, and less activity (because venturing out into a polar vortex is just not our idea of a good time, either) you can find yourself getting kind of down. When a steady diet of Netflix won't pull you out of it, you know you might have to take more drastic measures.

    There's a name for the winter doldrums: Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD for short. It's real, it's happening, and it's something you can solve. Obviously, if things start to take a serious turn, you should call a professional. But, if you're just a little blue, you can turn to some pretty awesome beauty products for a quick pick-me-up.

    And, to make things even better, we've found the exact ones for you to give you just the boost you need. Brighten up, buttercup: Help is already.


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