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Beauty Sleep and Skincare

Updated: May 23


Beauty sleep is an idea everyone's heard of, but the facts behind it aren't so well known. The reality is, having proper and good quality sleep can be fantastic for your skin, making you look and feel younger and also making you healthier!

During the day, UV light from the sun and free radicals (such as pollen dust and fumes from pollution) can lead to imbalance and poor health for your skin. Poor sleep also leads to poor water balance and dehydration, which can show as dark circles or puffiness under the eyes. This is why your skin can look drab, tired, and lifeless or more aged if you don’t get enough sleep and rest!

While sleeping, we have warmth and increased blood circulation to the skin, which clears away waste products and brings more hydration and nutrients to the deeper layers of your skin. During sleep, your skin also reforms proteins and elastins.

But getting the right amount of sleep is very important, and varies depending on age:

  • 7-8 hours minimum for adults

  • 9-10 for teenagers

  • And at least 10 for younger children

As well as sleep itself, establishing a good nighttime routine before bed can be a really valuable investment:

You don’t want to give the day’s pore-clogging irritants the chance to sink in and do damage overnight. This can cause large pores, dry skin, rashes, infections, inflammation, or acne outbreaks. So make sure to get into the habit of cleansing your face and removing any makeup before bed!

Applying night time skincare afterwards; new collagen (the protein that keeps your skin strong and elastic) is made by your body overnight, meaning any product applied to your skin is absorbed much easier and increased its effectiveness.

Sleeping with hairbands on can cause extra stress on your skin and hair follicles, and cause strain which might thin out hair and cause breakage. Taking them off before you go to bed can improve both air and blood flow to the scalp, allowing the scalp to move freely.

Sleeping on your back is the best way to sleep; it reduces the risk of pillow marks on the face and any distortion of the skin which can increase fine lines and wrinkles, and the even weight distribution provided makes it less likely for wrinkles to develop.

And here are some products to enhance your nighttime skincare routine:


Beauty sleep concentrate


Replenishes and recharges ALL SKIN TYPES.


Our luxurious, lightweight and easily absorbed Beauty Sleep Concentrate has been scientifically formulated to support your skin’s natural night-time regeneration while helping reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.


PROVEN IN CLINICAL TRIALS TO INCREASE SKIN'S MOISTURE LEVELS BY UP TO 98% OVER 12 HOURS.


Infused with naturally regenerative narcissus tazetta bulb extract, a smoothing tri-peptide and antioxidant-rich nourishing grape seed oil, for skin that looks and feels beautifully moisturised, replenished and recharged. With a delightful blend of aromatherapy essential oils renowned for their calming, relaxing properties.

Wild Rose Beauty Balm


Wild Rose Beauty Balm is a multipurpose beauty must-have to help your skin glow with radiance.

Loved by customers and beauty editors alike, our award-winning Wild Rose Beauty Balm is a one-pot wonder for all skin types. With antioxidant-rich, organic wild rosehip oil and a balancing blend of organic geranium and patchouli essential oils, this cult favourite nourishes the skin and enhances your skin’s radiance, for a natural glow.

Rich in provitamin A (a source of retinol) and vitamin E, the rosehip seed oil is highly beneficial to the skin.




Beauty Sleep Supplement


NEW Beauty Sleep Supplement Supports skin’s natural night-time regeneration, with smoothing, ultra-moisturising hyaluronic acid, lemon balm and B vitamins for a restful night’s sleep.


Benefits:


A synergistic complex of vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients for fresher, younger-looking skin.


Contains moisture-retaining hyaluronic acid.


With zinc for maintenance of normal skin, nails and hair.


Vitamins B6 and B12 contribute to the normal functioning of the nervous system.

Pantothenic acid helps to reduce fatigue and tiredness.

With these facts at your fingertips, you can be more confident now that you're doing the best you can for your skin at night!


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