More sleep, clearer skin. Lack of sleep can lead to stress, which causes pimples and blackheads, even in adults. In one study, experts found that college students had more breakouts when they were stressed out, such as during exam time.
Want eyes that sparkle? Do not let dark circles steal their spotlight. Dark circles often run in families, but they can look even darker if you are not getting enough shut-eye. To disguise them dab on and blend in a dot of concealer one to two shades lighter than your skin tone.
4.Even Skin Tone
5.You Look “Better”!
Sure, you may feel fine running on fumes, but your friends, family, and coworkers are apt to notice. Researchers in Sweden asked a study group to look at pictures of sleep-starved people vs. ones who had eight hours. The well-rested people seemed healthier, less tired — and more attractive.
You wake up with puffy eyes because fluid collects around them when your head lies flat on the bed. Solution: Prop your head above your heart at night with a couple of pillows. Still packing bags under your eyes? Apply a cold cloth to the area for a minute or two in the morning.
7.Skip the Salt
If you are a night owl looking for a snack, reach for a piece of fruit. Salty snacks can give you a swollen face in the morning. That is because foods that are high in salt can cause you to retain fluid, resulting in puffiness of the face.
8.A Great PM Skin Routine
To keep your face smooth and soft, start with a mild cleanser to remove grit, grime, and makeup. Next, apply moisturizer. To keep delicate areas hydrated overnight, doctors advise using an eye cream.
10.A Warm Bath
One of the best ways to put yourself to sleep can improve your skin too. Take a warm bath before bed to raise your body temperature a little. You tend to feel sleepy when your body temperature drops, like after a bath.
11.Sleep Face Up for Fewer Wrinkles
Does your friend have a flawless face? She may be a back sleeper. Sleeping with your face directly on the pillow often leads to lines and creases in the skin. They can become permanent over time.
12.Count Your Fingers (And Toes!)
Your nighttime routine might focus on your face, but do not forget your fingers and toes. Dermatologists suggest applying a moisturizing shea butter cream or a healing ointment on your hands and feet at night.