What is the importance of sleep for your skin?
How can beauty sleep improve your skin?
You have probably already noticed that when you are going through a period of fatigue, your complexion looks dull, and your skin lacks radiance. This is because sleep plays a crucial role in the health of your skin. Let's explore the connection between sleep and glow in this article.
Why is sleep important for our skin?
Sleep is essential for our skin as it is a regenerative moment for the body. During the night, several processes of skin regeneration and repair take place.
When we enter a deep sleep phase, our body produces growth hormones that promote cellular regeneration and collagen production. This collagen production gives a plump effect to the skin. Sleep also facilitates the elimination of toxins accumulated during the day, which restores radiance to the skin.
Can sleep effectively combat wrinkles?
In addition to contributing to maintaining a radiant complexion, sleep actively helps fight the appearance of wrinkles. Lack of sleep can cause skin dehydration, thus accentuating wrinkles and fine lines.
Cellular regeneration mainly occurs during sleep, highlighting the importance of a good night's rest to combat signs of aging.
How to improve sleep quality?
To sleep better, it is advisable to eat light and early to avoid heavy digestion, which could make falling asleep more difficult.
Tip? End your meal with an herbal infusion to promote sleep onset. Our favorite is the Lâcher-prise infusion for its relaxing and soothing effects.
Adopting a beauty and well-being evening routine before bedtime can help you fall asleep. We recommend the NIGHT serum which promotes relaxation with its gentle blend of Ylang Ylang, Bitter Orange Petit Grain, and Green Mandarin.
Tip? Take the time to inhale the NIGHT serum before applying it to enjoy its aromatherapy benefits, which help you let go.
Finally, prioritize the regularity of your bedtime and the number of hours of sleep. It is recommended to sleep between 7 and 9 hours per night.
Now you know all about the effects of "beauty sleep" for radiant skin.