Your Sensitive Skin – What Do You Have To Do About It?

If your skin is very dry, tends to blush or flush, and you can see visible skin reactions; chances are you have a sensitive skin. Whether you’re a man or a woman, you may find this condition troublesome, and you’re definitely prone to acne, skin bumps, or irritation. Achieving clear complexion seems to be impossible, but that’s not the case!


Sensitive skin requires a lot of effort to keep it clear, but you can always start from home. Here are some clear skin remedies for sensitive skin:

    Dubbed the best natural ingredients for sensitive skin, aloe vera provides cooling effect that will reduce redness or itchiness. If you have a hard time finding aloe plant, opt for in-the-counter products made of aloe vera gel.
    Exposed to sunlight for a long period of time may causes your skin to irritate and causes discomfort. If you’re especially sensitive toward sunlight, apply sunscreen before leaving your house or when you’re having outdoor activities to keep your skin protected.
    Not only rich in Vitamin C, lemon is also a great source of antioxidants. Drinking lemon water daily removes toxins from your body and as the result; you will see improvement in your skin condition.


Now that we learn what is good for your skin, let’s learn what is bad for it. Basically, you’ll need to beware of antibacterial or deodorant ingredients, alcohol, and synthetic products. Your cosmetic would have to be carefully chosen; free of coloring agents, acid, petrochemicals, and harsh exfoliants. When choosing facial scrub, choose the product that has softer and smaller beads. Use homemade remedies such as sugar with olive oil. Don’t share your makeup with others, and go with minimal makeup if possible.


Having sensitive skin would also affect you to a certain degree in how you dress. Choose fine cotton and silk fabric for your clothes, or rayon and linen. You don’t want to wear something too tight or with a lot of creases and folds. When outside, wear sunglasses and wide-brimmed hat, especially if you want to hit the beach. Use moisturizer afterwards, and take warm baths after heavy activity.


  1. Should I choose “hypoallergenic” products?
    Products labeled as hypoallergenic can varies between a manufacturer and another. Basically, they are not made for people with sensitive skin, so you need to be very careful when making your purchase. Read the ingredients carefully and stop usage if you experience any symptoms.
  2. Can I get facials?
    Yes, but choose a skilled aesthetician and make sure they use products that won’t cause sensitiveness.
  3. How should I treat acne?
    Use a topical gel that contains chloroxylenol or bisabolol. Don’t wash your face with hot water and use soap-free liquid and warm water to wash your face.

Having sensitive skin shouldn’t stress you out, since you can always achieve clear skin by applying the do’s and don’ts above. You may need to avoid direct sunlight, certain types or fabrics and clothing, as well as makeup products; but if you stick to the recommended diet and treatment mentioned above you will get a clear skin, regardless of your skin type!

5 Moisturizer Myths You Should Stop Believing Right Now

The relation between women and moisturisers has been going strong for generations.

Undoubtedly, moisturiser is a critical part of a healthy skin routine, however, there are a few tales going around which advise you to avoid moisturiser completely.

But, lovelies, let that not bother you. The moisturiser has always been an integral part of our daily skin regime, and do not let anyone tell you otherwise.

Here we are all-set to bust a few popular moisturizer myths for you.
Let’s get started.


  • Myth 1: All creams are same

If you feel that all creams are same, you might need to reconsider your views. It is true that all moisturisers contain water and other ingredients in a certain proportion. However, the basic difference lies in the proportion of the ingredients used.

Thus, there is nothing like one fit standard solution. A moisturizer might work wonders for dry skin and can be a complete disaster for the oily skin.

This is why it is highly recommended to choose a moisturizer which is in line with your skin type and skin needs.


  • Myth 2: Your skin gets addicted to moisturizer

Our skin tends to lose its moisture quite quickly than you might think. It gets dehydrated due to harsher climates, air conditioning systems at our homes, water exposure and genetics.

Since you overall cannot escape these unavoidable factors, it is essential to keep your skin moisturized with the help of a moisturizer on a daily basis.

Thus, it is wrong to conclude that our skin gets addicted to moisturiser, instead, moisturiser helps our skin to stay hydrated.


  • Myth 3: People with oily skin should avoid moisturiser completely

No, you should not avoid the moisturiser completely, but be careful while choosing a moisturiser. Choose a moisturiser which doesn’t add oil to your skin but just hydrates it enough.

You should investigate the ingredients present in your moisturiser for best results. Essentially look for ingredients like hyaluronic acid which keep your skin hydrated without making it look oily.


  • Myth 4: You don’t need sunscreen if your moisturiser has sufficient SPF

Well, this depends.
In winters, a moisturiser with enough SPF might work, but in summers, and especially when you are visiting warm places like the Caribbean, you should always apply a high quality sunscreen for full proof UVA protection.


  • Myth 5: You should always apply moisturiser to a dry skin

This again is a myth. Your skin absorbs the moisture best when it is slightly damped. Thus, make it a point to apply the moisturiser once you have taken bath and within 3 minutes of patting your body dry with a towel.

Otherwise, you won’t be able to lock in the moisture of the skin.

Your Turn

We hope that this article would have cleared a lot of myths we often hear and there. So, stay confident and slay with your beautiful skin!

Skincare Ingredients You Should Never Mix

One thing we’ve learned over the years of trying and testing just about every single product line we can get my hands on is that there’s no one-size-fits-all: what works for our skin might not work for someone else’s, especially when mixing and matching is involved.

Which skincare products are you using?

Some active ingredients used in skincare products can act as irritants when mixed with others, particularly in individuals with sensitive skin,

That’s not to say you can’t use more than one line of product — it’s just that you have to consider which ingredients each product and brand contains and whether or not that combination could wreak havoc on your skin.

Combining skincare ingredients that don’t go together can lead to more than just breakouts and greasiness, but also redness, flakiness, burning, or, at the very least, will cause the ingredients to cancel each other out, leaving you without so much as a little added moisture at most. To help you achieve a healthy, clear glow, we asked skincare insiders to reveal the ingredient combinations that are more powerful when used together and the ones that lead to adverse effects when slathered together.

mix: Benzoyl peroxide and Retinol

If you’ve been dealing with acne for a while, you probably already know that both of these ingredients work to prevent breakouts. But there’s a good reason they’re not often used in combination in the very same product.
Benzoyl peroxide is a potent acne product that’s great for inflammatory acne, but many people are unaware that benzoyl peroxide can inactivate a topical retinol.

This doesn’t mean that you cannot use benzoyl peroxide during the same period that you’re using retinol; it just means they should never be layered on top of each other or you’ll be in for a rude (and red) awakening. You can use benzoyl peroxide in the morning and a retinoid at night.

DO mix: Retinol and Glycerin

Retinol is a miracle skincare ingredient, but it’s also pretty drying. That’s why dermatologists urge their patients and clients to use it sparingly. It’s also recommended to use a bit at a time until skin is accustomed to it and stops peeling from it. One ingredient that can help prevent irritation when using a retinol-containing product is glycerin, a powerful humectant that helps draw water to the skin.

When used together, they work synergistically to combat the signs of aging while also moisturising the skin to minimize the irritating effects of retinoids.

DON’T mix: Vitamin C and Alpha hydroxy acids

Both of these ingredients offer antioxidant benefits, but when combined, they can throw off the pH balance of your skin due to too high levels of acidity.
Products containing vitamin C (L-ascorbic acid) as an ingredient contain low levels of acidity (typically a three on a scale of 14).
When you use this kind of product along with an alpha hydroxy acid, like glycolic or lactic acid, you’re essentially reducing the effectiveness of the vitamin C product. Is it dangerous or irritating to combine them? Probably not.
But you’ll be wasting a whole lot of what might be an expensive product if you do!

DO mix: vitamin C and Ferulic acid

Vitamin C is a potent antioxidant that improves fine lines and wrinkles and help to eliminate unwanted hyper pigmentation.
This antioxidant becomes even more powerful when it is combined with glutathione and ferulic acid.

DON’T mix: Vitamin B3 and Alpha hydroxy acids

Also known as niacinamide, Vitamin B3 is a skin conditioning agent that helps repair and refine the skin’s structure. It tends to work best in an environment with a neutral pH, which we just explained is certainly not alpha hydroxy acids, as they have an extremely low pH level.

When used in a product containing high levels of alpha hydroxy acids (i.e. glycolic, lactic,) nicotinic acid is produced, which may result in skin flushing and potential irritation.
While it won’t necessarily harm you to use them both together, they basically cancel each other out.

DO mix: Retinol and Hyaluronic acid

Hyaluronic acid is another powerful humectant that can hold up to 1,000 times its weight in water, meaning it does wonders in hydrating the skin.
Skin loses water and moisture as we age, and especially with the use of drying ingredients such as retinol in other products.
This ingredient will help store hydration.


DON’T mix: Vitamin C and Retinol

Retinols and retinoids are powerful skincare ingredients that address several skincare concerns, from diminishing fine lines and wrinkles and preventing acne to lightening brown spots and increasing collagen production.
This is why you’ll find a retinol-based product in many dermatologists’ skincare routines.

The main concern with retinol-based products is skin irritation.
There are several active ingredients that may increase the chance of irritation with retinoids, one being vitamin C.
Like retinol, vitamin C is effective in combating the signs of aging, including fine lines, firmness, and uneven skin tone.
However, when these products are used together, they may cause irritation in those with sensitive skin.

DO mix: Vitamins C and E

Since both of these vitamins are antioxidants, they become even more powerful at protecting your skin from free radicals in the environment and reducing signs of aging when combined.
So, basically, when you use them both, along with a broad-spectrum sunscreen, you’re giving your skin the most optimal shield against the sun and, inevitably, the wrinkles that come along with UV exposure.

DON’T mix: alpha hydroxy acids and retinol

Glycolic acid and lactic acid are both chemical exfoliants that help improve the skin’s texture, minimize pore size, and also help with brown spots, whereas salicylic acid is a beta hydroxy acid that controls oil production to help prevent pimples.
Glycolic acid, lactic acids, and salicylic acids are often found in face washes in low concentrations.

While these products can be used with retinol-based products, you do not want to use these products one right after the other, particularly if you have sensitive skin.

If you must use acid washes, try using them in the morning and using your retinol-based products at night followed by a gentle moisturiser.

Never start pairing immediately, no matter which product combinations you’re using. Always allow your skin to adjust to one product for at least a week before you add on a second product to prevent any confusion about potential allergic reaction should you experience one.
It’s slightly more relevant for those with sensitive skin who are more prone to develop allergies to products, but it can happen to anyone, so expose your skin to one product at a time.

So if your skin starts to react badly, you’ll know which product was the most likely culprit.

Those with dry skin should avoid exfoliative and acidic pairings, which can cause worsening of dryness, and focus more on gentle antioxidant regimens and moisturisers or oil-based products.
People with more oily or acne-prone skin can handle most regimens, but are better suited toward products containing salicylic acid and vitamin A, which help decrease oil-gland production.

Skincare beauty regime to kick start your day

Just as food, clothing and shelter, a healthy beauty regime is a must for our skin. Do not forget to scrub your face and moisturise without fail, suggest experts.

Here’s a researched step-by-step regime:

» Discover your skin: Get a skin consultation to know your skin well. Skincare regime varies with skin needs and concerns. It is important that you identify your skin needs and work on it .

» Cleanse: First and the most basic step is keeping your skin clean. Wash your face with a sprinkle of luke warm water. Hot water shower or face wash leads to dryness and dehydration while a splash of cold water leaves you frozen. Cleaning your face with rose water helps in waking up your skin after a long sleep.

» Exfoliate: Our skin is enveloped by smog, pollution and dirt and exfoliation is best help to such a skin at least twice a week. Papaya, orange( extracts of vitamin C ), rose petals, Chinese ginseng, acai are strong exfoliaters and great for varying skin concerns.

Latest in exfoliation are the facial peels which act as powerful exfoliators and dissolve all the inactive proteins and dead skin cells. The regime is excellent due to its healing and protecting properties and reduces the damage caused by UV rays and environmental pollution.

» Mask your face: With cleaning and scrubbing once your skin is free from all dead dry cells, lock the open pores after scrubbing with face masks made from natural ingredients such as charcoal, vitamin E and C, blue corn, honey and oats, seaweed, tea tree and aloe vera infused with rosehip oil and rose petals. These face masks exfoliates and invigorates to vibrant and healthy looking skin.

» Moisturise and hydrate and nourish: Take a spread of vitamin E, seaweed and vitamin C enriched moisturiser to activate the skin cells with a replenishing skin and glow.

» We tend to neglect drinking water in winters. Hydrate your skin by drinking 8-10 glasses of water to cleanse from within.

» Defend and protect your skin: Smear a layer of sunscreen with SPF and UVA filters to protect your skin from pre mature aging, dryness and dullness.

» Avoid touching your skin every second. No matter how itchy your skin feels, wipe your face with a gentle soft wipe or cloth. Touching leads to bacteria build up.

Seasonal Skin Changes You Need To Be Aware Of

The changing seasons not only pave the way for a changed wardrobe and a different style of living but also deprive your skin of moisture causing havoc on our skin. Our skin reacts to the changing seasons. Well, that’s why we can see heels cracking and a wrinkled skin in winters and red rashes in the summers. This is called seasonal skin changes. The outermost layer of our skin called the epidermis is highly reactive to the changing seasons.

As there are various seasons, there are various kinds of seasonal skin changes too. This article briefly explains how different seasons lead to skin changes. Read on!

The hot summers

Even cool showers and water are not sufficient for us to feel comfortable in the summers especially when we have to step out of our homes. The hot scorching sun just doesn’t stop glaring at us. But we still can manage to bear the heat, while the skin would take a real beating. Heated air in summers leads to low humidity conditions causing the moisture content to evaporate from our body. This will lead to skin changes like irritation, flaking and cracking. Also adding to this is the parched appearance.

You can save your skin from these changes by investing some money in the humidifier which helps keep the air moist at your home. And please make sure you drink a lot of water for keeping yourself hydrated. Also, a replenishing lip balm is a must if you don’t want your lips to crack or look dry and dull.

The cool winters

Humidity levels drop during the winters and autumn. Simple theory behind is drier the air, more moisture from the skin is absorbed. Naturally, you are bound to experience flakiness and dryness in the winters. It is during these winters that many people lose the beauty of their glowing skin and tend to use many heavy duty cold creams.

So, as the weather changes your skincare products must change too! The summer light weight moisturizers should be replaced by winter cold creams.

Sudden changes in temperature

Going from a cold environment into a centrally heated room can have effects on your skin. The vice versa is also true. The capillaries present in our faces expand and contract very rapidly which leads to skin redness and broken veins. Well, no worries! A layer of barrier cream can protect our skin. There are also products which contain anti-inflammatory ingredients like chamomile. If not this, then green tea would do the trick too!

Hot showers and baths

In winters, nothing is more soothing than soaking in a hot shower and bubbles after a tiring day. But it is disappointing to know that these hot showers will dissolve the oily barrier leading to dry skin. All the moisture content is lost! So, resist the temptation to take a hot shower bath rather you can settle yourself for a warm shower. That’s a seasonal temptation which you have to resist for protecting your skin.

Ways Showering Can Affect Your Skin And Skincare

A long and hot shower after a tiresome day is something everyone would love to do. Some people are also habituated to taking showers every day after work.

But people, before you make such decisions make sure you know how taking hot showers affects your skin. Many people have less idea about the showering effects and just take long and hot showers as it is soothing. Regretting later after your skin is already affected is unwise. So, read this article and know how showering affects your skin and make sure you don’t have to regret it later! Read on!

Human skin is made up of three layers which are epidermis, dermis, and subcutis. Hot and long showers affect the epidermis layer which is the outermost layer. This layer is filled with keratin which is responsible for providing defence against outside environment and also help the body skin in retaining moisture. To help keratin retain moisture, a thin oil layer is produced by our body. That’s the biology.

 What happens to our skin when we take long showers?

  • The oil layer is washed off when we take showers. Excessive showering completely washes off this oil thus disallowing keratin retain moisture. So, your skin looks dry and signs of aging like wrinkles can be seen.
  • Although tub time might feel very luxurious, spending more time in a bath tub taking showers can harm your skin by completing making it dry and pale. There is no natural bounce in the skin and we tend to develop folded skin.
  • Excessive showering can cause redness in the skin which gradually turns into itching and peeling. Yes, it is something close to a sunburn. This leads to disrupting of skin’s moisture balance leading to itchy skin.
  • The essential fats and proteins present in the oil layer are washed off thus robbing you of your healthy and glowing skin.
  • It leads to dry skin which can cause infection. The infection if not treated immediately might even lead to skin cancer. Yes. That’s how serious it can get!
  • Itchy rashes are also developed which lessens your beauty. Having a pretty face fails to grab attention if you have rashes all over your skin.
  • Cool showers which can be taken twice in a week can help to keep your hair strong and healthy. Also, there is a natural glow in your skin. But, excessive cool showers as well is a NO.

Thus, both hot showers and cool showers when taken excessively can have adverse effects on your skin. So how do you reduce the effects?

Taking care of skin while taking shower

  • Decrease the temperature of your water once you find out your skin is turning red. Probably, it’s too hot.
  • Use moisturizing products to prevent your oil layer from getting washed off.
  • Do not stay in your bathtub for too long and always make sure the temperature is moderate.
  • Use various skin care products if you are developing rashes and itching. Also, consult a dermatologist if the itches and rashes are increasing.


6 Tips to Soothe a Beyond Painful Sunburn

Your summer days are ending and what have you experienced? You might have got sunburns and you now want remedies to treat the sunburn. So, are you looking for natural remedies that can soothe your beyond painful sunburn? We have got the right cure!

You are aware that exposure to UV rays can result in premature aging and could also cause skin cancer. However, although you’ve put a lot of efforts in protecting your skin from getting sunburnt using sunscreens, you still might have got the itching, swelling and painful sunburns. Try out these natural remedies to get rid of the discomfort and cure your sunburns.

1) Use compresses
After sunburn, your skin gets inflamed. You could relieve those burns using compresses dunked in some of these substances. You could use cold water and dab it over the burn. Aluminum acetate could be used if the itching is too intense. You could also use witch hazel to moisten the cloth and later dab it over the skin.

2) Use these foods

The usual kitchen ingredients could help you soothe your sunburns. Wrap oatmeal in a gauze or cheesecloth and later dip it in cold water. You could discard the food item and use compresses to dunk in the liquid and later apply. Yogurt, lettuce, corn starch or even tea bags could be used for the compresses.

3) Refrain from using soaps

Soaps can potentially dry your skin and irritate it. Do not soak yourself in soap water. Also, do not use bubble baths. If you still want to use soap, use mild brands and make sure you rinse the soap off really well.  However, you could make use of vinegar, Aveeno or baking soda in your baths.

4) Moisturize well

You might have damaged the skin real bad and now are looking for remedies. It is high time you rely on lotions and start repairing it. Soaks, as well as compresses, will make you relieved temporarily but can also make the skin feel more dried than it earlier was if you do not moisturize your skin immediately. Dry yourself after the compresses and then apply some bath oil. Let it seep into the skin for a while and later use lotion or moisturizing cream on it.

5) Visit your freezer

Sunburns definitely hurt. If your skin urges you to reach out for cold substances, go for it. Ice packs could give you relief if the burn is subtle. Wrap the ice packs in a damped fabric and keep it on the sunburns. You could also use a pack of frozen peas on it.

6) Drink and eat!

Consuming the right supplements would also help your skin. It is any day a great idea to drink plenty of water to fight back the drying of the skin. You can do better by drinking fresh fruit juices as well. Also consume foods which are rich in fluid content.

And you are done! Thank us later.

Skincare Regime To Follow When You Are in 50s!

Take care of your skin in such a way that people can never make out that you are in your 50s.

Once you complete half a century of years in your life, it’s time to pay special attention to your skin so that aging does not succeed in taking its toll over the skin.

A Los Angeles-based dermatologist named Jessica Wu asserted “This is the decade of collagen loss and saggy skin”.  It is a fact that women in their 50s eventually strike menopause and this is followed by few consequences which are visible over the skin. The production of collagen gets considerably reduced and the skin fails to retain its moisture.

Get your skincare routine entirely revamped in your 50s.

Skincare routine for the ones in 50s

  • Switch to a gentle cleansing gel

As you tend to lose the moistness of your skin at this age, you should wash your face with a cleansing gel that is much milder and gentler. It would be more beneficial to use a water-based cleanser or a milk-based cleanser.

You can avoid washing your face in the morning with the cleanser. Put some cold water on your face. Do not use the cleanser often as you did earlier, because it tends to rip off the natural moisture of the skin.

  • Start using an antioxidant serum

Load your flock of skincare products with creams and serums that are rich in antioxidants. The antioxidant serums prevent the aging and safeguard the skin from sun damage.

Get moisturizers that have SPF or hydrating sunscreen lotions

As mentioned above, in the 50s you always need to keep hydrating your skin. So whatever products you may apply on your skin, they should be moisturizing and softening enough.

While purchasing sunscreen lotions you should check their hydrating components. Suppose you are getting a moisturizer, pick the one that have SPFs. This way your skin is shielded against the damaging sun rays and loss of moisture.

  • Use eye creams

This age witnesses fine lines at the corner of the eyes, dark circles and wrinkled skin in the eye area. So using an eye cream is a must.

Go for eye creams that are to be applied at night because eye creams work best at night when you are asleep. Start using those eye creams that contain peptides, glycolic acid or retinoid which help in boosting the collagen production.

  • Resort to a gentle exfoliator

Too much exfoliation makes the skin dry and flaky. So at this phase of age, when the skin automatically turns dry, one should try all means to keep it hydrated and moist.

So use a gentle exfoliator to scrape off the dead skin cells and kick-start the collagen production. Go for a rather gentle exfoliation at least once in a week or maybe thrice in a month but do not do it often.

Apart from skincare plans mentioned above, you can also go for other chemical treatments and supplements to keep your skin firmer and beautiful.

Who said that 50s cannot stay gorgeous and beautiful? Go ahead and prove them wrong.

Things Celebrities Do to Look Beautiful

Have you ever wondered how come the celebrities always manage to steal the show? In fact, surely there have been times when you feel jealous of their impeccable beauty.

They always look stunning and radiant. With all the glittering and sparkling, no wonder they are acclaimed to be stars.

You often end up blaming God to have bestowed all the beauty to these celebrities and depriving us of it. But we fail to realize this fact that it’s all a matter of different lifestyles.

What do celebrities do to look good?

The flawless beauty that celebrities carry everywhere needs proper maintenance and investments. Read further to find some secrets.

How do they keep their skin glowing?

The celebrities stick to exfoliation as their supreme weapon to keep their skin glow intact throughout. Since exfoliation removes the dull, dead skin cells and prepares the base for the creams and serums to seep into the deep layers, celebrities go for Microdermabrasion treatments. This treatment involves polishing of the face-skin with tiny crystals.

Rachel Weisz and Sienna Miller’s dermatologist Dr. Colbert spills the beans by saying that he does the Triad Treatment for those celebrities before any major event for their skin to glow. The triad treatment includes microdermabrasion followed by laser toning and fruit acid process. Actresses also go for facial peels after any heavy make-up.

How do they prevent skin damage?

Anybody’s skin is prone to damage when exposed to harmful environmental conditions. Agents of skin damage do not inquire whether it’s a celebrity’s skin or ordinary person’s skin before causing any damage to it.

The skin of famous personalities, actors and actresses is more likely to get damaged due to prolonged hours of heavy make-up, sun exposure, pollution, etc. Dr. Evans has treated many of his celebrity patients with his formula of fusing anti-oxidants like vitamin A, C & E with certain skin creams. When this formula is applied by the celebrities, they prevent their skin to get damaged further.

How do they deal with acne?

Celebrities cannot wait for weeks to cure acne problems due to their busy schedule. Hence, using creams and acne solutions cannot be their way out. They turn to skin experts for instant solutions so that they are always ready to face the cameras and the paparazzi.

Dr. Boris Zaks, who is known for treating Beverly Hills, introduced a photodynamic therapy which involves the application of amino acid medication on the pimples and throw blue light on the areas where the medication is applied, to activate and start the process of treatment.

It is very evident that celebrities make a lot of efforts to look good and maintain it. It also requires a hefty investment to continue to look ravishing at all time.  It is really amazing to get knowledge of how these celebrities are always at their best. In a nutshell, celebrities really go a long way to look the way they are.

Why You Should Sleep Often For Flaunting Good Skin

Have you ever taken a beauty sleep? Or have you ever wondered why is it called a beauty sleep?

Sleep is your way to a healthier skin. That is how it goes. Sleep makes us beautiful. Yes, it really does! Though it itself is called beauty sleep, it restores and enhances Your Beauty. No matter how many times you visit the salon and the spa or how many imported skincare products you experiment with; if you want a radiant and glowing skin then a good sleep is a real ingredient.

How is sleep important to your skin?

Seeing your dark circles, bloodshot eyes, or puffiness of eyes anyone can make out that you did not have enough sleep. You need to get good sleep to look good and feel good. According to age-old sayings and science, of course, sleep is a vital phenomenon to keep humans healthy and maintain their well-being. The first thing that comes under everyone’s notice is the effect sleep has on one’s skin.

After examinations, it is quite common to each one of us to glance at the mirror and get a disgusted feeling to see the pale, blotchy face adorned with that puffiness of eyes and dark circles. The consecutive nights of examination stress and lack of sleep due to late-night studies can have such an adverse effect on our skin. Can you imagine what happens to the skin if the sleep deficiency is an almost routine thing of your life?

  • Firm and toned skin

The phase of your slumber accelerates the production of collagen which results in maintaining the firmness of your skin. The collagen produced helps to prevent sagging of your skin and post your snooze mode, your skin looks toned. This also means that snoozing acts as an antidote for wrinkles and fine lines on your face.

  • Beautiful eyes

How much concealer or foundation would you use to cover those dark circles? Sometimes you still get caught and these are the queries you are made to face: “Are you very stressed out or is the workload too much? Aren’t you getting enough time to snooze?”

So please ditch the option of concealers or foundations as a solution to those puffed eyes with dark under eye circles and embrace sleep as a permanent solution. Try and sleep for the next 9 to 10 hours and see the difference for yourself. You would no more look like a punching bag!

  • Lustrous & glowing skin

Stunned by reading this point? Well, it’s definitely not the advertisement of any skincare products or cosmetics. It is just a way of offering the most-ignored sleep’s advantages.

Doze off your way to a radiant and glossy complexion. According to the dermatologists, as you sleep blood flows to the skin of your face and it gives it a supple and brightened look. The nights when you snooze for at least 8 to 10 hours, check your skin instantly as you wake up the next morning. You will be amazed to find a lustrous and radiant skin, which even looks healthier than before.

Hence, you should think of investing sleep rather than most of the times investing money on spa, salon or skin care products.

Sleep tight and be beautiful!