You might consider getting ample sleep each night (at least a solid seven or eight hours) akin to “beauty sleep”. And while it is true that getting enough sleep can make a difference to the health of your body and in turn your skin, the fact remains that nailing that I-woke-up-like-this perfection does tend to require a few extra steps before bedtime.
What steps, you ask? Well, a surprising number of things can impact your skin while you sleep, from the material you sleep on to the things you consume before bed and of course what you slap on your skin. So keep reading for our guide to waking up with your best skin ever!