Many of us work late or sleep with our cell phones next us and this a habit we should get rid of ASAP. A good night’s sleep is needed for a healthy morning glow. You need 7-8 hours of sleep to feel well rested and not feel tired when you wake up. Having dehydrated skin, puffy eyes, dark circles or ashy complexions are characteristics of a poor night’s sleep. Cells repair and rebuild at all stages of sleep, which is why sleep is very important for your skin.
As you can see good skin doesn’t just involve one thing, but a combination. As part of your night-time beauty regimen, it’s important to make sure your skin is clean and moisturized. Many people shower at night, but if you don’t, make sure you remove your makeup because this traps in acne-causing-bacteria that you don’t want. Wash your face and exfoliate to make sure dead and dull skin cells are removed from your pores. You don’t have to exfoliate every day, once a week is enough. Look for a night-time moisturizer. Depending on your age, type of skin and problem areas, you might benefit from a variety of products for your specific skin type. Talk to a dermatologist or even a beauty expert that can recommend specific products that will work great on you. Many face creams are designed specifically for night-time and when you wake up, you see the results.