Make Up versus The Sleep Doctor: The Beauty Sleep Challenge How to Look Younger and Fresher Every Day With a Wood Night’s Rest
A good night of sleep is the ultimate pampering for your skin, your hair, your nails. Great sleep is like getting the full works at the spa—a facial, a deep conditioning treatment, a mani-pedi.
Why? Sleep is prime time for the body to restore and repair itself at the cellular level. It’s during sleep that a fleet of hormones that support cellular health AND a youthful appearance go to work.
Poor sleep, on the other hand, accelerates biological aging and contributes to the signs of aging—wrinkles, dull skin, puffy, tired eyes, unhealthy hair—that drive people to sink lots of money and time into make-up and beauty routines.
I’m not telling you to toss your stash of creams and make up. But the truth is, sleep is the ultimate cosmetic medicine. By establishing a routine of sleeping well, you allow your body to perform its own, innate anti-aging work. The result is a healthier you, and a younger looking you, too.
I thought we’d have some fun today, and put my sleep advice head-to-head with the beauty industry tips for concealing