A good night’s sleep is inextricably linked with the appearance of healthy and youthful skin. Getting some solid shot eye is critical to keeping everything from wrinkles and eczema at bay. Sleep is a time when your skin rejuvenates itself. The ideal amount of sleep is six to eight hours of consecutive sleep, so your body can get through the five stages. During those stages, the levels of cortisol and insulin in your body help to produce more collagen. Delta Sleep, which is the fourth stage of sleep, is when growth hormones surge and tissue repair happens.
Here, our tips on how to make sure you’re maximizing your beauty sleep: