They do not call it ‘sleeping beauty’ for nothing. In addition to proven sleep maintains cognitive function, keeping us focused and focused on daily tasks, sleep can even improve our appearance.
But did you know you can go a step further by continuing your beauty routine while you sleep?
Here are some things you can in fact do while you sleep to enhance your beauty when you wake up.
Staying hydrated is important at all times of the day, but staying hydrated throughout the night helps you feel and look refreshed when you wake up in the morning.
This does not imply submerging yourself in water before bed (unless you must go to the bathroom a few times a night)—but you can eat moisture-rich foods that will also work to keep you hydrated without feeling it. bathroom at night.
Include foods like vegetables and legumes that release hydration slowly to stop morning headaches!
Clean Your Skin Before Sleeping
Keep your make-up remover by your bed, then no matter how tired you are before getting into bed, you’ll don’t have any excuse but to remove your make-up before bed. Sleeping in your make-up will make things worse the morning after with a messy pillow, irritated eyes, and clogged pores – just to name a few issues.
While it is far from ideal to depend on wipes, they are a skin savior for those “I can’t be bothered” nights.
The night you are ready, clean your skin thoroughly before applying the night cream to your face. Removing your makeup will allow the products to sink into your skin and work their beauty magic while you sleep.
Sleeping with invisible braces
If you’ll have teeth straightening treatment, ask your dentist about how to get it night braces that works at night while you sleep, meaning you can enjoy the benefits without being limited by aligners all day and ruining your vibe.
Night braces are like plastic braces used to push your teeth into position, but this comes with the additional benefit of realigning the teeth.
Massage Your Scalp
We all get headaches after a long day. If it happens to you a lot, try massaging your scalp. It will also promote healthy hair growth and help you unwind before bed. A scalp massage is like a facial massage in that it increases blood flow, and stimulates hair growth from the hair follicles.
Massage your scalp using your fingers, moving them along your scalp in slow, deep motions. Do this for a couple of minutes before combing your hair well and creating a loose bun if you have long hair. Keeping your hair away from your face will help keep your skin clean and freed from oil, preventing blemishes from forming overnight.