You may be asleep, but your skin isn’t. Nighttime is your skin’s opportunity to repair itself. Here’s how you can help it along:
- Never go to sleep wearing makeup. It will clog your pores and cause oily build up.
- Just because your makeup is off doesn’t mean your face is clean. Use a cleanser to remove dead skin and impurities.
- Moisturise, even if you have oily skin. If you want your skin to look nourished when you wake up, you have to feed it before you go to sleep.
- Tie your hair back loosely. Keeping it out of your face while sleeping will stop your hair’s natural oils from penetrating your skin.
- Anything less than 6 – 8 hours sleep a night affects your skin too. That’s why it’s called beauty sleep.