Sleep on your back
A lot of how your skin looks depends on your sleeping position. Sleeping on your stomach or sideways can lead to wrinkles and creases on the face. Hence, it is advisable to sleep on your back if you wish to wake up to young and fresh skin.
Use a night cream
Before you get into bed, you need to moisturise your skin with a special product that will help heal your skin overnight as well as ensure that you wake up to beautiful skin. The solution lies is using the Lakmé Absolute Perfect Radiance Night Crème that’ll brighten your skin while you get a restful sleep.
Skip the alcohol
Not only does alcohol give you a disturbed sleep that automatically shows on your skin in the form of puffy eyes and lackluster skin but it also dehydrates it causing wrinkles and fine lines. Worse, if you wake up the following morning with a pimple, blame it on the excessive cocktails. They have a high sugar content, which causes inflammation and takes the form of acne. So, as much as possible, avoid drinking, especially till late night because your skin goes through a whole lot of repair while your body is resting.
Use two pillows
It’s ideal to prop your head up on an extra pillow if you want to prevent puffiness. When you use two pillows, there’s more blood flow so there are less chances of the fluids accumulating under your eyes—something that can lead to puffy eyes.
Create a relaxed environment
You might follow all the above rules but if you don’t feel calm and relaxed before falling asleep, you will never get a good night’s sleep. A wise idea would be to use essential oils or incenses to make the environment serene before sleeping. Make sure you keep your phone away and learn to disconnect once you’re in bed.