Wake up to raised skin..
Wake up to raised skin
While the notion of ‘beauty sleep’ could appear gimmicky, adequate shut-eye is also the key to a vernal glow. “Insufficient sleep will cause excess adrenal cortical steroid to be free by the body, leading to scleroprotein breakdown,” says Emma Hobson, education manager for the International Dermal Institute and Dermalogica, adding that this shows up in dark circles, puffy eyes, sallow skin and premature ageing. about to bed early is important: consultants believe skin repair takes place at around 11pm. “Sleep releases human human growth hormone, that will increase muscle mass and strengthens skin. Blood flow to the skin will increase, too, leading to a healthy glow,” says Hobson. Optimise night-time recovery with Dermalogica’s Sound Sleep Cocoon, that enhances the skin’s natural rhythm, delivering active ingredients and association whereas you doze.