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The Effect of Sleep on the Skin

During the day, we sometimes want to take short breaks and take a nap. There is a real reason why these short naps are called beauty sleep.

Thanks to a good night's sleep, the body supplies the body, organs and tissues with the fluid they need. The inability to get full efficiency from sleep causes this process to be incomplete. The reason for the dark circles and puffiness under the eyes of all people who have serious sleep problems is due to the failure of this fluid supply.

Not sleeping well at night also causes an increase in the rate of infection in the body and the secretion of stress hormones. As a result, the immune system weakens. People with serious sleep problems are more likely to develop acne, psoriasis, and even eczema.

Dermatologists say that we can easily observe the effect of giving up good sleep on our skin. In order to start every day with a healthy-looking skin, we need to pay attention to sleep and sleep at least 8-9 hours every night.

In addition, they state that establishing a skincare routine before bed will help skin look better in the morning.

According to experts, the essentials of this routine are:

- No matter how tired you feel, just take 2 minutes to clean your face before going to bed. Cleanse and gently rinse your face every night with warm water and a cleanser suitable for your skin type.

-Use a moisturizer. The product you will use will vary according to your skin type.

Skin care products containing antioxidants such as vitamin C and green tea help the skin look less tired.

-No product can completely remove fine lines or wrinkles on the skin, but using anti-aging serums and eye creams before going to bed will allow you to get more efficiency from these products. To get the best results from such products, it is useful to use them about 15 minutes before going to bed. Thus, your skin will benefit from the product, not your pillowcase.

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