Bed time is not only for going to sleep

The basic procedures to keep your face skin looking as youthful as possible are proper cleanse, exfoliate and moisturize and at least 30 SPF sunscreen while staying under sunlight for a long time. You are right in this beauty regime, but, do you know what time is the best for skin appearance. Experts  recommend that taking a complete schedule of skin care while sleeping is the best when it comes to skin care rule. 

In fact, the hours you’re sleeping may be the best time to help your skin look its best. “When asleep, your metabolic rate is lower, so you’re not producing as many skin-damaging free radicals. Plus, you’re not exposed to environmental pollutants or UV light that can harm the skin,” explains Mary Lupo, M.D., a New Orleans–based dermatologist. “Because your body doesn’t have to work at skin protection overnight, it can instead focus on repairing the damage done throughout the day,” she says. So any products you use will be that much more effective at hydrating, reducing fine lines and wrinkles, and brightening.

Before going to sleep for the entire body have a rest, your skin needs the whole rest too. The first step to have your skin taken a rest after a long day is washing your face. The cleaning step will remove not only makeup, but the dirt and dust that your face accumulated throughout the day.  Even when you do not wear make-up,  at night, be sure to wash your face with a gentle daily cleanser for your skin may breath again.

When it comes to skin exfoliation, the best time to do this may be at night, and before you go to bed as frequent as twice a week. Dig into the benefits of exfoliation, this procedure is to remove dead skin cells, leaving your skin radiant and smooth, getting you glowing. When practicing exfoliation, your skin condition needs a total rest, so that the best is to do it when all chores, works putting behind – it’s bedtime. For dull skin, wrinkles, or pigmentation, exfoliation is bring back your new-skin cells and refresh skin appearance.

When we fall into sleep at night trick us feel our body is taking a complete rest. Not at all, while you sleep, your body temperature goes up, causing you to sweat and release moisture, which dries out the skin. It’s time to keep your skin staying hydrated as simply as applying favorite night moisturizer after your skin clearly washed. Choose the proper moisturizer suits with your skin type for the best effect.

And the last but not least advice for night skin care regime is your sleep position. The single biggest reason for accelerated aging of the skin is sleeping on your face. Buy yourself a satin pillowcase (because it smooths more than just frazzled strands; the slicker surface also softens the look of lines and wrinkles by reducing friction between your face and the case.) and prefer sleep on your back, with two pillows under your head to keep the blood flow moving.

Wish you wake up with a skin glowing in the next morning and try to keep this beauty regime consistent.


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