Ladies, are you striving for a morning glow? Don’t worry, there are things you can do to beautify yourself while you are asleep! We all know that during a night’s slumber, our bodies rejuvenate themselves, but did you know this is when your skin is also working to repair itself? A study done by a dermatology professor at the University of Southern California found that skin works harder to revive itself during the nighttime hours. It’s time for you to fit some beauty techniques into your bedtime routine so that you wake up glowing!
Everyone has heard the phrase “beauty sleep” used in everyday conversation, but did you know that getting more sleep does actually make people more beautiful? When people are sleep deprived, the consequences show in their physical appearance. A lack of sleep has been linked to depression, exhaustion, and weight gain – all of which are hard to outwardly hide.
The more time a person spends sleeping, the more likely they are to appear well rested and healthy. A study done in Sweden last year gave more insight on how sleep affects beauty. Twenty-three participants were photographed after a normal night’s sleep and then again after a night in which they were deprived of sleep. Sixty-five observers who got to share their opinion of the appearance of each person then rated participants. As it turns out, the photos of sleep-deprived people were rated as less healthy, less attractive, and more tired.