When it comes to beauty, there's actually nothing like getting enough sleep to get that fresh, well-rested look.
"The term 'beauty sleep' has been proven real more and more lately by medical researchers," says Dr. Jessica Krant, founder of Art of Dermatology on Fifth Avenue and assistant clinical professor of dermatology at SUNY Downstate Medical Center in New York City.
When we don't get enough sleep, explains Dr. Krant, we experience more stress; more collagen and elastin breakdown; more skin dullness, dryness and wrinkles; more hollowness under the eyes — even more weight gain.
So how can you supercharge your slumber? Dr. Howard Murad, founder of Murad Inc., shared these tips for getting more beauty sleep:
If sleep still eludes you, try these dermatologist-provided skin care tips to help restore your glow.
Finally, the right makeup and hair can help conceal the effects of a rough night. Give your face a final touch-up so you can start your day looking fresh and fabulous.
Dr. Kathy Fields of Rodan and Fields says, "Sleep on your back to avoid sleep crush on your face (put a pillow under knees so you don't roll over) and use chamomile eye pillows to reduce swelling around eyes."
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