How Sleep and Relaxation Boosts Your Skin Health [Infographic]

By Guest

If you look in the mirror and see dull, drained, or problem skin, check your sleeping habits. When you don’t get enough sleep, your skin suffers and it shows. Sleep is connected to great skin! 

Sleep Your Way to a Gorgeous Complexion

Those skincare products you apply to your skin before going to bed can’t do their job properly if you don’t actually head to dreamland. Your skin nourishes and rehydrates itself while you sleep. This is why when you don’t get enough sleep you’re more likely to experience puffy eyes and dryness.

Your skin also repairs any damaged skin cells while you sleep, thanks to growth hormones. If you don’t sleep, this repair won’t happen, which means that you will notice more signs of aging.

Not only is sleep important for healthy skin, but relaxation can greatly improve the quality of your complexion. This excellent infographic illustrates how to improve your sleep and incorporate less stress and more relaxation into your day (and night) so that you will glow from the inside out.



Infographic provided by Brilliance.com


By Guest| March 05, 2016
Categories:  Care

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