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What Your Skin Really Does When You’re Sleeping?

So, what’s happening to our skin while we sleep? Beauty articles and experts stress about the importance of those 7-8 hours of beauty sleep and all that it does for your skin. But what are these benefits exactly? Truth be told, from repairing and regenerating to collagen creation and beyond, your skin does an awful lot when the lights go out. So, if you’ve been indulging in late-night scrolling or bingeing sessions, these reasons will convince you to tuck in early!

In This Article:

1. Your Skin Repairs Itself

2. Your Skin Produces Collagen

1. Your Skin Repairs Itself

While you're catching up on your rest, your skin is busy repairing the battlefield wounds of the day. Environmental foes like pollution and UV rays take a toll on your precious skin. It is during these hours of sleep that your cells are activated to mend and rejuvenate your tired skin. It's like a nightly skincare rescue mission where your skin is ready to face a new day with a fresh face. Adding a restorative serum to your PM routine will help your skin to return to its glory. Our 5% Vitamin F + Pro Ceramides Booster Serum helps strengthen and maintain the skin barrier, along with reducing acne, wrinkles and dryness.

2. Your Skin Produces Collagen

Wrinkes? Fine lines? Sagging? A regular sleeping schedule can fix all of this. When you’re fast asleep, your skin produces collagen, an essential protein that serves as a building block for your skin. This process peaks at night, ensuring your skin stays firm, resilient, and ready to defy the laws of ageing.

3. Your Skin Cells Regenerate

radiant ones. This helps reduce acne marks, scars and pigmentation as well as reduces discolouration and dullness. If you want to tackle any of these, add a Vitamin C serum in your night time routine. Our 10% Vitamin C+E+F Booster Serum will help you there. This multi-vitamin infusion deeply penetrates into the skin to accelerate the cell regeneration process and brighten your skin from within.

4. Your Skin Loses Moisture

As much as we wish for a flawless beauty sleep, there's a tiny catch – your skin loses moisture. It's like a subtle trade-off for all the other magical happenings. But fret not! You can still reverse this step by introducing a sleeping mask into your routine. Our Skin Quench Sleeping Crème provides 100 hours of hydration, thanks to the 11% Hydrating Actives and Pentavitin that prevent moisture loss and protects the barrier. It's like giving your skin a cozy blanket to retain its moisture and waking up with a soft, supple glow.

6. Your Skin Takes A Break From The Stress

During the daytime hustle and bustle, your skin is on the front lines, battling stress like a skincare warrior. But when the moon takes center stage, your skin gets a well-deserved break from the stressors of the day. It's like a spa retreat for your skin, free from the chaos of environmental pollutants, UV rays, and the lingering tension of daily life. So, while you're dreaming away, your skin is enjoying its own serene escape, waking up refreshed and ready to face the world again.

Bonus tip: While you are at it, don’t forget to use a makeup remover, like our Micellar Cleansing Water. This one removes your day’s impurities and makeup like a pro with its skin-friendly ingredients.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q:1 Does your skin repair itself while you sleep?

A. Yes, your skin slips into a reparative mode at night. There is an increase in blood flow and collagen production that helps your skin heal from UV damage and signs of ageing.

Q:2 Why is my skin better when I sleep?

A. Getting ample sleep at night ensures that your skin is well-rested and has received the necessary nutrients and oxygen to repair itself. Which is why you’ll find your skin to look radiant and fresh in the morning.

Q:3 How many hours is a beauty sleep?

A. 7-8 hours of sleep every night is ideal for a ‘beauty sleep.’ If you’ve been sleeping less than that lately, you’ll notice your skin feeling dull and dehydrated in the morning.

Rhea Shah
Written by Rhea Shah on Feb 19, 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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