January 20, 2020 by
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Whether it was a game that went into overtime, worrying about a big presentation the next day, a fussy baby, the neighbor’s barking dog…whatever it was that kept you up too late, Jack Black has a way to make it look–and feel–like last night never happened.
More than a shower.
Turbo Wash® Energizing Cleanser. There’s nothing ordinary about it. Start your day with this dual-purpose, sulfate-free body and hair cleanser, and your whole body will feel revitalized and ready for peak performance.
Rosemary and Eucalyptus offer a cool, refreshing aroma to energize the senses, while Juniper Berry and Arnica help soothe the tired right out of your body. Plus, it’s great for both body and hair. A bonus.
Your face’ll never give you away.
Your face need a little wake-up call? Let the tiny, eco-friendly, biodegradable scrubbing particles in Face Buff Energizing Scrub help unclog pores, prevent ingrown hairs, and minimize shaving irritation, while peppermint cools, invigorates, and refreshes.
This unique pre-shave cleanser and facial scrub in-one gently exfoliates for an easier, closer shave. Use it 2-4 times a week either before shaving or as an exfoliant. Either way, your face will be the last thing to give that late night away.
Definitely the Balm.
Nothing feels worse than eyes that didn’t get enough sleep–and, to be honest, they don’t look their best either. The clear, lightweight formula in Eye Balm De-Puffing & Cooling Gel helps soothe, de-puff, and refresh tired-looking eyes. The non-sticky stainless-steel rollerball applicator delivers this cool gel and massages tired eyes on contact.
TIP: Put your Jack Black® Eye Balm in the fridge for a few minutes before applying for an even more intense cooling sensation for those tired eyes.
While sleep requirements vary from person to person, most healthy adults need 7-9 hours of sleep per night to function at their best.
We know that’s not always possible, so…
Along with our Jack Black suggestions, try these tips from the National Sleep Foundation:*
- Stick to a sleep schedule, even on weekends.
- Practice a relaxing bedtime ritual.
- Exercise daily.
- Ensure ideal temperature, sound, and light in your bedroom.
- Sleep on a comfortable mattress and pillows.
- Beware of hidden sleep stealers like alcohol and caffeine.
- Turn off electronics before bed.