Wake up with radiant skin. Slather on a gradual tanner before climbing into bed. It won’t streak or stain the sheets, and it will give you a subtle glow by morning.
Use the strong stuff. Night-time is the best time to use that power anti-ager, retinol, because the ingredient can be deactivated by the sun.
Get softer skin. Using moisturiser before you go to sleep is the key, and the best time to apply it? Straight after the shower while your skin is still damp!
Shrink puffy eyes. If you find yourself plagued with bloodshot or puffy eyes every morning, you probably have allergies. Taking an antihistamine before going to sleep could help in just a week or two. In the meantime, prop your head up on an extra pillow to prevent fluid from settling into bags.
Prevent perspiring the night before. Dermatologists say that if you apply antiperspirants the night before, there’s no need to apply it in the morning. That means no more white streaks on your black clothes.
Rest your head on a satin pillowcase. Those creases you sometimes wake up with across your face? They can actually cause wrinkles to develop. Switching to satin will prevent them and can also help smooth frizzy hair, too.