Make Small Changes to Your Diet
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Simply eliminating caffeine and refined sugars after lunchtime can not only help you sleep better at night but it can also help give you better skin. Also, reducing your salt intake and cutting back on your alcohol consumption before bedtime can help keep your skin healthy. Both salt and alcohol will cause your body to become dehydrated and this will not only dry out your skin, but make your eyes become puffy and tired-looking. Simply cutting out, or at least cutting back on caffeine, refined sugars, salt and alcohol prior to bedtime can help you sleep better and improve your overall health.
It is also important to drink 6-8 glasses of water a day. You should drink a full glass of water before bed to keep your skin, hair and nails hydrated through the night.
Deep Condition Your Hair While You Sleep
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Not everyone has time to apply a hair treatment or hair mask every night. You can simply rub a little coconut oil on the ends of your hair before going to bed. Or, try argon or Moroccan oil. You don’t need to saturate your hair. Just apply a small amount to the ends of your hair. And you also do not have to do this every night. Once or twice a week should be sufficient. Make sure that you wear a hairnet to protect your bedding and keep the oil from running into your eyes while you are sleeping.
Wear a Nightly Sleep Mask Once a Week
Sleep masks are becoming more and more popular. You can find them at most drug stores or retailers. They keep your skin naturally hydrated and nourished, so you will wake up with happy and healthy skin in the morning.