Help your body cope with a hangover or a festive feast with these three products

OVERDONE it with the food and drink?

Today I look at ways to help your body cope with a hangover or get over a big festive feast, while Tara has put long-wearing lipstick to the test.

HANGOVER – Take two of these oddly named Good Night tablets from Yeti & The Fox before you start drinking and a third before you go to bed.

Each contains 500mg of L-cysteine, which gives your liver the boost it needs to process excess alcohol, and glutathione, a powerful antioxidant that neutralises damaging free radicals.

The tablets are clinically proven in independent trials to prevent hangovers. They really do work: I felt less fuzzy, anxious and sick after a heavy night.

  • Good Night tablets from Yeti & The Fox,£12.99 for nine pills – buy now

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FOOD – Digest Gold from Enzymedica is an enzyme supplement.

Enzymes are proteins that speed up reactions and act like tiny scissors, cutting up the food we eat into smaller components to help us break them down and get nutrients from carbohydrates, proteins, fat and fibre. Take one capsule at the beginning of each meal. Brilliant if you are planning a rich meal.

  • Digest Gold from Enzymedica, £10.99 for 21 tablets, – buy now

BOTH – Dr Vegan Debloat & Detox is an advanced formula of botanicals and amino acids to ease abdominal bloating and support the detoxifying and purifying of your liver.

This is a unique formula including milk thistle, silymarin, fennel, artichoke and dandelion. A good all-rounder.

  • Dr Vegan Debloat & Detox, £16.99 for a month’s supply (subscribe monthly to save 15 per cent), – buy now

Beauty with Tara Ledden

BUDGET – Under a tenner and with 40 shades available. It feels slightly drying but no more than you would expect for something with serious staying power.

Apply over a lip balm or primer if your lips are on the dry side. The pointed applicator makes it easy to stay in the lip line. It doesn’t look chalky or flake off, and withstood a whole night out. If you want a new lippy for the festive season, this is it. My favourite.

  • Maybelline SuperStay matte ink lipstick, £9.99 for 5ml, – buy now

MID – I struggle to find a red that’s not either too blue or too orange – but I’m obsessed with the shade Uncensored. Fenty claims it suits everyone and I challenge anyone to dislike it.

It lasted all day, all night and into the next day. You need a heavy-duty oil cleanser to get rid of the stain. Warning: It transfers easily at first, so don’t apply until after you’ve taken your mask off for the night.

  • Fenty Beauty Stunna lip paint longwear fluid lip colour, £20, 4ml, – buy now

LUXURY – An ultra-matte but creamy crayon designed to give serious pigment in one swipe. I prefer the crayon design to the other two’s doe-foot applicators. Completely foolproof.

With 25 shades to choose from, I tried It Girl, a bold party pink that will look great in spring too. It stayed put all day and didn’t feel drying but I needed to re-apply after meals, when it wore away from the centre of my lip.

  • Laura Mercier velour extreme matte lipstick, £25,1.4g, – buy now

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