You know the drill: It's Halloween night and you're looking fantastic. You've got three pounds of makeup on your face, you've eaten your weight in candy (and booze), and Hocus Pocus
is queued up on your DVD player — in other words, you're in for one helluva night.
You stay up way
past your bedtime engaging in all that ghoulish frivolity, and face-plant into your bed at 3 a.m., only to wake up at noon the next day looking (and feeling) less than fresh. The after-effects of too much Halloween partying aren't pretty, but fortunately for all of us there are things we can do to reverse the damage. Board-certified dermatologists Ted Lain, MD
, and Julia Tzu, MD
, shared all the details with us — check 'em out ahead.