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5 Ways To Instantly Wake Up Your Skin Every Morning

Late-nighters, everyday stressors and juggling daily responsibilities are steadily yet surely creeping in and eating away your overall health, including your skin health. It’s life and we’re adults, plus there’s only 24 hours in a day, so we get it. Instead of beating yourself up or trying to play catch, we’ve done you one easy. Along with some easy modifications in the morning routine, below are some skincare products that do an excellent job at instantly awakening your skin. Afterall, nobody likes to be greeted with, ‘you look tired today’ right?

In This Article:

1. Cold Water Therapy

2. Use A Refreshing Cleanser

1. Cold Water Therapy

A warm water bath is comforting, no doubt. But it proves to be counteractive when you’re trying to power through the day. If you can, shower with cold water or alternate between hot and cold to give your blood circulation a jolt. This will instantly get the flow pumping and wake up your skin in an instant. But if you simply cannot do without your warm water bath, dunk your face in a bowl of icy water for 10 seconds and repeat 4-5 times. This works just as great to draw out fatigue from your skin.  

2. Use A Refreshing Cleanser

Using the right cleanser in the morning is like giving your skin a jump-start. Our 100% soap-free Refreshing Facial Wash is like the morning coffee for your skin. Your skin will instantly feel energised and upbeat, thanks to the blend of refreshing and skin-cuddling ingredients. Gently massage it all over your face and neck for at least 30 seconds and as you wash it, you’ll be left with fresh, radiant and glow-y skin

3. Improve Your Bedtime Routine 

A good bedtime routine does more than put you in a state of slumber. At night, when the world has slowed down, take some time off to unwind mindfully. From journaling to meditation and breathing exercises, there’s a lot you can do to de-stress yourself. A lot of times, you’ll not even know the weight you’re carrying around, until it is lifted. Indulging in mindful activities will help you there. Try swapping bedtime-scrolling with a book/podcast and sit in dim lights to ease your eyes and nerves. Doing this consistently will help you sleep better and wake up fresh. 

4. Soothe Your Eyes

The eyes always give it away, don’t they? The puffiness, dark circles or redness are tell-tales of fatigue. Hit the reset button with our Simple Protect N Glow Vitamin C Brightening Under Eye Gel. The roller-ball tip instantly calms the under eye area, and easily glides on the delicate skin. With the brightening powers of Vitamin C, B3, E, natural Yuzu Lemon, and the de-puffing abilities of Alfalfa Seed extracts, this eye gel visibly reduces dark circles in 15 days. Use it every morning to rehydrate and refresh your tired eyes. 

5. PM Skincare 

To get that fresh, bright skin in the morning you actually have to start your prep from the night prior. It is at this time that your skin is unloading the day off and revitalising itself. So, a little helping hand will go a long way. Our Skin Quench Sleeping Crème offers straight up to 100 hours of hydration for the softest-skin-ever. Formulated with 11% hydrating actives and Pentavitin, it restores your skin’s hydration levels overnight to give supple skin in the morning. Suitable for all skin types, including sensitive skin, this night cream is the perfect addition to your PM routine. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Q:1 What's the recommended amount of sleep to look less tired?

A. For most adults, the average is 7-9 hours of sleep every night. If you’re able to meet this, you’ll automatically feel refreshed and energised the next day. 

Q:2 What are some quick and easy morning workouts to boost energy?

A. From light stretches to jumping jacks, Russian twists and jump squats, beginning your day with these workouts can help boost energy and alertness. 

Q:3 Does the time I go to bed influence how tired I look in the morning?

A. Yes, it does. The best time to go to sleep according to researchers is between 10pm to 11pm. This gives your body enough time to rest and it also protects your heart in the longer run. When you sleep late, you exert yourself during the time you should be resting, which leads to fatigue, dark circles and puffiness in the morning. 

Rhea Shah
Written by Rhea Shah on Apr 04, 2024
Rhea has banked on her passion for writing and beauty to be where she is today. When she isn't looking up fancy synonyms for simple words aka working, she is either traveling, making travel plans, or exploring a new restaurant.
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