Did you know we spend about 26 years of our lives sleeping? What if a few upgrades in sleep style could reduce the negative impacts sleep has on skin? Many factors like sleep position, pillow, and proper nighttime skincare routine play a role in our skin health. Be good to your skin with our tips to minimize wrinkles and get a cleaner sleep.Tips for Sleep that is Good for Skin
- Always go to bed with cleansed, moisturized skin.
- Sleep on your back, it doesn't get any more simple than this. Every time your face is pressed against a pillow it can cause permanent and temporary wrinkles.
- Buy a satin pillowcase. Satin is a breathable material that does not soak up moisture from the products in your nighttime skincare routine, and will not dehydrate the skin. Dehydrated skin is more acne prone. Unlike other materials, moisture resistant satin will not absorb the build-up of dead skin cells, dirt, and oils that accumulate and spur bacteria growth.
- Invest in a good pillow with a design that is supportive of a proper sleep position.
- Give your under eyes a nutritious boost once a week before bed with Hydro Burst Hydrating Under-Eye Patches. The antioxidant rich Kakadu Plum serum melts into your skin for the ultimate rejuvenation.