How to get a radiant complexion without really trying....
Posted by Bill Gluyas on 22nd Jan 2023
For the ladies who want to have a radiant complexion but are tired
of trying | Manuka honey beetox
Every morning you do your best to make yourself beautiful, to
get that radiant complexion.
On the shelves in the bathroom, you probably have a lot of
products – facial gels, micellar waters, lotions, exfoliators, moisturizers
(for which, to be honest, you could not say precisely why they differ).
But if you do not pay enough attention to the links in the chain
of daily care that is more important than all these products, you may not see
the desired results. There is something that no magic tube or jar can replace.
And that something is sleep.
More and more research shows that rest and sleep, along with
hydration and proper nutrition, are key factors for our skin’s radiant
complexion and health.
Our body’s ability to heal and regenerate is accelerated while
HGH or the human growth hormone kicks into high gear between 11
pm when cells produce more than twice their usual amount of new regeneration
material each night; until 4 am – right before your eyes open!.
Of course, this does not mean that you should stop using a
quality product and replace it with additional doses of sleep.
Skincare products have their role, but they are incomparably
smaller than what is presented through some media.
We admit that some of you are “night birds,” but we wanted to
point out to you the simple physiology of our body that needs to be respected.
And why is that so? Why is sleep so important for the appearance
of our skin?
To begin with, we answer the most important question:
What happens to the skin during the evening and night?
In the evening phase (from 9 pm to 11 pm), our
skin enters the recovery phase while we are slowly falling asleep. The hormone
melatonin, which is responsible for the feeling of drowsiness, is also a factor
that positively affects the skin’s ability to “repair” itself.
I.e., mitigate the consequences of harmful influences such as UV
radiation and pollution.
As the evening progresses, our body and skin work hard to
And if you do all the work you’ll get that radiant complexion.
From 11 pm to midnight, the
cells go through mitosis.
That is the process that helps us to renew our skin. Dead cells
are replaced with new ones, and that is why this is the best time for the
effect of the evening care product that you applied before going to bed.
The skin will get the most out of the nutrients during that
time, whether you sleep or not. However, it would be advisable to slowly fall
asleep at that time if you want the best results.
By 6 am, growth
hormone does its job of accelerating cell regeneration.
So, from 11 pm to 4 am, the production of new, healthy cells
doubles, and if we are in deep sleep between 2 am and 4 am, it can even triple.