Get More Sleep For Healthy Skin

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Sleep is the time our skin uses to relax to the fullest and recover from the stress accumulated during the day. Therefore, if you really want to preserve the beauty and natural glow of your face, it is important to learn how to use optimally your night rest in order to take care of your skin. Remember that no matter how many face balms, creams and lotions you use, there is no point of doing it if you deprive your body of its much needed night’s rest, and this is something that reflects on both your health and the condition and appearance of your skin.

 

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So, most dermatologists say that quality sleep and relaxation keeps your skin healthy and beautiful. A recent study published in the British Medical Journal has shown that sleep deprivation damages our skin. This is because when people are physically and mentally tired, usually some stress appears, and this affects not only our appearance, but also your overall health condition.

During the day, your skin is being exposed to various harmful influences, such as cigarette smoke, air pollution, etc. Therefore, it is the night time that our organism takes to recover the function of our skin, because it is restful sleep that allows your skin to cope with the stressful and damaging factors from the environment.

Here are some of the main advantages and positive effects that sleep provides your skin with:

Clean and smooth face

More sleep means more radiant and smoother skin without any wrinkles on. On the other hand, lack of sleep often leads to stress and unpleasant skin disorders such as acne, blackheads, etc. After they have made an interesting study, some experts have proved that most college students who get less sleep during their exams, have more skin problems than during the rest of the school year.

Twinkle in the eye

Dark circles around the eyes are also some of the most common problems when it comes to skin. So, in order to get your previous freshness, try to get used to falling asleep earlier than you usually do, which means that it is best if you manage to do so before midnight. Meanwhile, in order to hide dark circles, you can use a simple trick – apply a thin layer of eye contour cream and then gently apply skin concealer, which is one tone lighter than your skin tone.

An even skin complexion

Staying up after midnight has a negative impact on your skin complexion. It has been proved that the skin of people, who go to sleep too late and sleep less, is weaker and is exposed to more problems. Sound sleep stimulates the blood flow to your skin which gives it a fresh and radiant appearance. However, if your night time sleep has proved to be insufficient and you have woken up with uneven tan, try applying some translucent loose powder, which is usually used to fix make-up, but in this case it can really do wonders.

Fresh and youthful appearance

Some research has confirmed that people, who spend minimum eight hours of sleep are in a better overall health condition, tire harder, demonstrate their good mood more often and are more creative and more attractive.

Say goodbye to puffy eyes once and for all

Very often not getting enough sleep may cause some eyes problem, the most common one of which is puffy eyes. Usually this problem is due to the horizontal position of the body, which leads to redistribution of fluids in your body tissues. Of course, such a swelling may also be a result of eating too much salt in your food. Therefore, make sure you limit your salt intake, drink more water, and more importantly, try having a good and healthy sleep.

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2 comments… add one
  1. Max Arthur November 9, 2013, 2:20 am

    That’s why I sleep early and make sure that I sleep at least 8 hours per day
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    1. Marisa November 9, 2013, 10:28 am

      Good for you! Getting plenty of sleep is so important if you want healthy skin.

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