5 Ways To Beautify While Sleeping
Ladies, sometimes there isn’t enough time in the day to cleanse, exfoliate, tone and moisturize our faces and bodies. Maximize your beauty routine by becoming a sleeping beauty.
Add a few simple products and steps to your nighttime regimen and you will wake up feeling beautiful. We have a few overnight treatments you can try to beautify while you sleep.
Moisture is Key
Always wash your face before going to bed. Use a washcloth to sweep away dry, dull skin. When you exfoliate with a wash cloth, your night cream will penetrate more for quicker results.
When purchasing a moisturizing cream, look for hyaluronic acid for a moisturizing treatment and glycolic acid for an exfoliating effect. Using a moisturizer overnight can help your skin smooth out by the morning.
Beauty is in the Eye of the Beholder
Eye cream is a great way to avoid bags under your eyes. If you aren’t into creams, you can apply cucumber slices and an eye mask before you go to sleep.
Acne Go Away
Acne isn’t just a teenage problem, it can be an adult problem, too. Overnight masks can be used to remove blemishes and help with acne.
Use One Super-Powered Hydrator All Over
We all know that bedtime is a great time to treat dryness prone body parts like your hands, feet, and lips. Just apply some Vaseline Petroleum Jelly to all your dry areas and you will be smooth in the morning. If Vaseline isn’t your thing, then try a moisturized lip balm.
Take protecting your lips to another level by using an exfoliating scrub to remove dead skin and flakes. For scaly feet, use a pumice stone in the shower a few times a week and apply body butter. Slip on some socks and you will have cute feet in the a.m.
Whiten Your Teeth in a Flash
Everyone wants white teeth. Ask your dentist about teeth whitening strips or whitening pastes before picking it up at a local drugstore. Eating more food like apples, celery, and pears can help you achieve white teeth.
Get Plenty of Sleep
Plenty of sleep always equals beautiful skin. Make sure you get around seven to nine hours of sleep. If you can’t get in your hours, try sleeping longer during the weekends or whenever you are off.