Getting Some Beauty Sleep

by Lissa Logan on June 30, 2017

Getting Some Beauty SleepSleep is one of the body’s healing process. It is essential to your health as well as your skin.

While asleep, your body repairs itself. Cell production and metabolic rate both increase, fixing damaged skin. Your body temperature also rises slightly, allowing your skincare products to be absorbed easier.

This is why it is very important to thoroughly cleanse your skin at night and apply products designed to accelerate skin renewal for younger-looking skin. A topical retinoid product clinically proven to smooth fine lines and stimulate collagen is perfect for your nighttime skincare routine.

Also, keep yourself hydrated. Avoid salty foods, especially before bedtime. They cause you to retain water and dehydrate the skin. Go for a high protein dinner and drink 6-8 glasses of water daily.

To have a good quality life, get a good night’s sleep. After all, they don’t call it beauty sleep for nothing.

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