Sometimes we don’t get the recommended 8-hours sleep a night, because we just can’t, well, get to sleep straight away…
But what if there was a way to help that?
OR, what if there was a way to make you feel fresh in the morning, even if you don’t get a long sleep?
Here are some cheats that will help you get a great night sleep for your skin!
Make an investment in a good night moisturiser and you won’t look back!
All you have to do is apply it to your face and neck before bed, and it will maintain moisture in your skin to help it glow all day.
No More Tech Before Bed
We know that before bedtime is the perfect time to getting a good binge of your fave shows, but you might want to limit the amount of times you do it.
That tech habit before you sleep has been proven to interfere with your bodies melatonin production, with the blue light from screens making our bodies think it’s daytime.
Do yourself a favour and switch off!
Overnight Hair Masks
You shouldn’t neglect your hair from your regime, so why not get an overnight hair mask to keep your hair shining - just comb it through your locks before sleeping!
A Good Ol’ Sleeping Mask
Sleeing masks can help you stay asleep - blocking out the annoying street lamps outside your window, or people in the house who decide to flick on light switches throughout the night.
Hydration Is CRUCIAL
If you go to bed dehydrated, it can lead to dull and dry skin - and no one wants that!
Try to avoid drinks with sugar, caffeine or alcohol in them at least two hours before sleep, and make sure you’re drinking at least two litres of water a day!
We know it’s hard to drink lots of water before bed, because you’ll most likely wake up in the middle of the night to rush to the toilet, so instead - eat your water intake at night time.
Nuts and veggies can help release the hydration you need slowly and even help you get a good night’s sleep.
Want to have super good hair and glowing skin after a nights sleep?
Well, silk pillowcases will help you get just that!
Silk pillowcases are crease-free ad cool, and will retain your hair and skin’s natural moisture to help you wake up flawless.
What is YOUR top beauty sleep tip?
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