When it comes to beauty, sleep plays a very important role. People who usually rest more tend to be perceived as people who are more attractive and healthier when to compared to those who don’t. Amy Wechsler, a New York City dermatologist also acknowledges the importance of sleep. "When women ask what's the one thing that will make the biggest improvement in their looks, I tell them, 'More sleep,'" she said. So let’s get right into it, here are some overnight beauty products that will help you wake up gorgeous.
To achieve a soft skin ensure that you apply a few drops of facial oil to your skin before you start sleeping, says Renee Rouleau, a Dallas and Los Angeles aesthetician - "It acts like a bodyguard, so less moisture escapes." Go for an antioxidant-rich Arya Essentials Face Oil which goes for around $92.
Smooshing your face on regular basics into your pillow can result into skin creasing. To avoid this always ensure that you sleep face up. If that’s hard then consider going with Francesca Fusco, a New York City dermatologist, advice which is to, "Hang your face off the edge of the pillow to minimize squishing."Go for Garnier Ultra-Lift Miracle Sleeping Cream which costs around $20.
Prevent Puffy Eyes
Dr. Wechsler says that, "Swollen eyes happen because you're lying flat and gravity is working against you—fluid can't drain." To be able to deal with this I would suggest that you go for a lighter gel instead of an eye cream, says Tina Alster, a dermatologist in Washington D.C. I would suggest that you go for a Flawless Future Powered by Ceramide Eye Gel which is around $40.
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