Become Your Own Sleeping Beauty
February 16, 2013
Finding yourself to be 300% more beautiful in the morning after a good night’s sleep isn’t just something that happens in fairy tales and fiction. It is true that sleep is a means of physical transformation. In fact, sleep is naturally the most effective beauty treatment you will ever receive in your life. It’s better than spending thousands on expensive artificial beauty treatments that risk your health and safety by putting you under the knife and subjecting you to harmful side-effects. Sleeping is absolutely free and natural.
In this article, you’ll find out how you can become your own “sleeping beauty” not by just by memorizing a series of steps, but also knowing how to do it and why. Don’t worry about any difficulties, for the application of the things you will learn here comes as natural as sleep since it is, in fact, sleep. Obviously, your beauty treatment can only be experienced in slumber. So as you read, you won’t only know how you can become your own “sleeping beauty,” but you will also have lots of reasons why.
Fatigue is the causes of poor blood circulation
Blood circulation is vital to your whole body’s well being because all your organs are dependent on it. Now your skin, being the most obvious organ of your body, is extremely dependent on blood circulation. Poor blood circulation induced by fatigue will entail consequences like pale complexion resulting from skin discoloration. The lack of oxygen which your blood transports will also be likely to cause dark spots. Having deprived of blood to function properly, your lymphatic system will start dumping out toxins through your skin in the form of oil and thus, causing acne. All of these could be avoided if consistently get your required sleeping hours.
Beauty products are most effective overnight
The beauty treatment of sleep is not isolated just only to itself, but is also welcome to other beauty treatments – especially with topical beauty products. Your skin is easily penetrated by nutrients from lotions, ointments, oils, creams, and moisturizers. It also absorbs them more, causing your skin to be deeply nourished. So next time, as much as possible, apply those beauty products at night before sleeping.
Sleep induces the production of collagen
Collagen is responsible for your body tissue’s structural elasticity and support, and that includes your skin. Collagen causes your skin to be firm and is partly responsible for the smoothness of skin. That’s why the more collagen your body produces, the better it is not only for your skin which makes you beautiful on the outside; it’s also good for your body tissues which makes you healthy on the inside.
Your skin cells regenerate at night
Having worn-out skin is obviously no good. That way, your skin gets dryer, and therefore rougher. It loses its nutrients, and therefore is more prone to sagging and gaining wrinkles. When you sleep at night, preferably before 2 AM, you give your skin a chance to regenerate itself by producing new skin cells at the very base of your skin to replace the old, worn-out outer dead skin layer.
Facial muscles relax
Wrinkles are your greatest foe when striving for beauty. As a consequence of age and tired facial muscles, you need to aim for a way to relax those facial muscles. It’s not so hard to find that method since a nice, relaxing sleep causes your facial muscles to relax, which therefore cuts your skin some slack on all that stretching and pulling that causes wrinkles.
It’s not so hard, is it? I mean, why would you not indulge in sleep now you know that it has all these benefits? Sleep is a wonderful God-given gift and it just doesn’t make you feel awesome. It makes you look awesome as well.