Bed Sleep Hygine

Our skin is at its most dehydrated overnight, due to trans epidermal water loss, and this affects all areas of our bodies - not just our faces.

Read on to understand how your bodyclock and sleep cycles are entwined and how to ensure the food, fitness and skincare decisions you make during this hour maximise the hours you spend asleep.



Bed Sleep Hygine
Our sleep pattern is set by our built-in circadian rhythm which adjusts to its environment through the external cue of regular exposure to light and darkness.

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Bed Sleep Hygine
Keep sleep plus dream body by your bedside for a final shot of moisture before sleep to target dehydrated and dry areas of skin in need to attention.

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Bed Sleep Hygine
Get ahead on tomorrow by thinking about your breakfast tonight. Preparing it now will save time and ensures you'll eat it.

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At the end of the day melatonin levels change and you need to prepare your body for rest. Disengage your mind and let your body relax.

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