During the night our skin rests, it looks like it doesn’t feel external factors and when we sleep our skin restores itself by starting the production of collagen and elastin, fundamental substances for a younger and healthy face.
Moreover, during the sleep, the skin is more receptive to cosmetical treatments and during the REM phase, the mechanisms of self-reparation are faster. In everyday life, factors like stress, alcohol, smog, caffeine, sunlight or artificial light can forbid a regular sleep. It’s the real sleep that can “restore” and let our skin breathe.
During the night hours, our skin tends to lose hydration, becoming dry. The best way to avoid this is to hydrate it before going to sleep. This means that you have to wash your face, removing all the make-up in order to let the pores expand.
Another step is the cellular change: the cells go work very fast during the night, above all between 11:00pm and 4:00am, making your face looking more relaxed.
After eliminating the dead cells, your skin pushes them on the surface, but all this method happens easily if we wash our face with natural and non-aggressive products.
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