A bad night’s sleep is typically written all over your face.
A dull complexion, uneven skin tone, and of course, tired looking features and there is a reason for this. Researchers have discovered that sleep has a direct impact on skin functioning and aging. Due to our internal clock—or circadian rhythms—skin function naturally switches from its protective mode during the day to an active repair mode at night.
In a breakthrough finding, Vichy Laboratories uncovered one specific hour where skin repair activities peaks. Between 12AM to 1AM is the magic hour. It’s during this time that skin reaps the most benefits from its beauty sleep.
Watch this video to find out how to get the most out of the sleep you do get in order to awaken refreshed and gorgeous.
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