You’ve probably noticed that when you skimp on your beauty sleep it shows on your face.
Eight hours of sleep is essential for your brain and your skin. While you sleep, your skin renews itself as that's the time your body is in major repair mode. So, that means, now is the time to load your skin up on all the natural skin care goodies so it can make full use of them.
A good start is Oasis Beauty Sleep. It's action packed with natural anti-ageing and repair ingredients plus resveratrol and hyaluronic acid to improve fine lines and smooth skin. It will give your skin the best night ever. But, don't stop there! To enhance the results from your Beauty Sleep, here are a few more tips...
Bedtime Beauty Tip 1
This one is simple! Wash your face. Every. Single. Night. Massage your cleanser of choice over your face, neck, décolletage and with care around eye area to remove bacteria and makeup. If you wear makeup you’ll be surprised how much is still on your skin. Wash your skin again and pat dry. It’s important not to be rough on existing breakouts, as you’ll damage the skin and spread infection.
Bedtime Beauty Tip 2
Remember to change your pillowcase twice a week because your face is smushed into your pillowcase for 8 hours which is a breeding ground for bacteria. If you can, use a silk pillowcase they are kinder on your skin with no pulling. They prevent hair breakage and your hair doesn’t turn into a bird’s nest while you sleep.
Bedtime Beauty Tip 3
Three times a week, pop on Fruit Smoothie as a mask or just use it as an exfoliator to help buff all your dead skin away. Serums and Beauty Sleep get absorbed better if they don’t have to fight through dead skin cells. The scrubby bits are the natural jojoba beads so you don’t have to worry about them damaging your skin or being to harsh for you sensitive souls.
If you’re dreaming of clear skin, try our tips and let us know how you get on! We always love to hear your comments.
For more personalised advice, don't hesitate to get in touch as we have a qualified beautician, a pharmacist and even a registered dermatological nurse on the team who are here to provide you with free, honest, no-pressure advice.