By 11 January 2018

3.Turn On A Humidifier

All the hormone and collagen production going on under the skin can actually cause us to lose 25 percent more water overnight than during the day, according to Howard Murad, dermatologist and author of The Water Secret. Instead of investing in a moisture-rich night cream, simply turn on a humidifier. It’ll infuse the air with much-needed moisture, hydrating your skin as you sleep.

4.Moisturize Your Hair

“During sleep is the optimum time to use a nourishing treatment on your hair,” sleep expert Chris Idzikowski told Cosmopolitan magazine. Idzikowski recommends an overnight hair formula with argan oil, but you could even slather on straight coconut oil for a nutrient-rich treatment. Applying a leave-in conditioner in the evening will give it more time to penetrate your hair cuticles, leaving your hair softer and shinier by daybreak.

5.De-Puff Swollen Eyes With A Pillow

You could buy fancy eye creams made of caffeine, or you could try this old Hollywood trick from beauty maven Lauren Conrad to minimize those under-eye bags. “Add an extra pillow and sleep on your back,” she wrote on her blog. “This will allow the fluids around your eyes to drain easier and keep the puffiness to a minimum.”

6.Smooth Hands And Feet

Do you often forget about your poor callused feet and dry, cracked hands during the day? Nighttime is the absolute best time to fix these neglected spots. Simply slather on some vaseline or coconut oil and sleep with thick cotton socks and gloves. It might take some getting used to, but the silky-smooth results are worth the inconvenience.

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