Can Sleep Affect Your Skin?

The answer to your question is a big YES. The term beauty sleep is real. The quality and length of sleep you receive every night can have an impact on your skin’s overall health. Your body needs to recharge when sleeping and so does our skin. Our skin repairs overnight, that's why many skincare products offers nighttime moisturizers and often times it is usually thicker than the day moisturizer.  Sleep condition and skin condition can greatly improve when getting a good night’s rest. Here are some reasons how lack of sleep can affect your skin:

1) Sleep deprivation can cause hair loss.

2) Dull/Dry Skin - When your body doesn’t get enough sleep, you body makes more stress hormones cortisol

3) Eyes - Your eyes gets very puffy.