I can safely assume that when sleeping beauty was being kissed by her valiant prince, she had a mind-blowingly radiant skin. Despite her being a majestic and enchanted yet cursed girl, all that “beauty sleep” must have had her skin glowing like the moon. Want it or not, sleeping is the most important action you take in every 24 hours. While sleeping, the body runs its maintenance and pumps you up in many ways that’s harder to do with you actually awake. Sleep serves us in maintaining a healthy physical and mental state. Our mood depends on sleep because of all the hormones that are released into the sleeping body, and our mental health and avoiding anxiety and depression depend very much on the quality of the sleep we’re getting. But there are some physical effects of sleep that are more visible to the naked eye, and that’s the silky skin that you’re wrapped in.
PUT ON YOUR NIGHT SERUM AT ALL COSTS
Sleep’s influence on the skin is something that can be observed and witnessed even without the science backing it up, but science does back it up and states that during the sleep, the body undergoes reconstruction and repair operations. At the peak of regenerating phase, around 9 pm to midnight, the skin reverses the damages that’s been done to it, produces more melatonin to repair the damages caused by UV rays, and the production of collagen augments so that the skin renewal and repair speeds up. Having a good night’s sleep is necessary for having a radiant skin but maybe not enough! This is where night serums rush to aid us.
While the day face serums are there to boost the skin’s protection against the malicious factors that harm the skin, the night serum’s …