Your Pillow Might be Causing Your Wrinkles

Your Pillow Might be Causing Your Wrinkles

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Published by TOP4 Team

Did you know that certain types of pillows and blankets can give you wrinkles? If you have been trying to combat ageing, then it’s time to pay attention to your sleeping habits, which might be causing your skin to age a lot faster.

Here’s what you need to know about sleep and wrinkles:

Get enough sleep at night

Your skin repairs and rejuvenates while you sleep. It won't happen if you don't get enough sleep and you can be more susceptible to wrinkles. Make sure to get at least six to eight hours of sleep every night.

Most health professionals recommend sleeping on your back for alignment, which also helps prevent wrinkles. You can put pillows all around you so you are less likely to sleep on your side.

Drinking enough water during the day helps keep your hydrated. This will help to fill out any fine lines and improve the removal of toxins at night since you’ve got water flushing them out.

Cotton pillowcases and blankets

Cotton is known for being one of the most breathable clothing materials. It is also very comfortable, which is why it’s one of the most sought after material for blankets and pillows. However, cotton pillowcases can actually give you more wrinkles compared to satin or silk ones. The latter have a smoother texture compared to cotton, which is rougher to the skin.

Start a bedtime beauty regimen

There’s a reason why many women have beauty regimens before they hit the bed and for good reason—because these regimens can do wonders for the skin. If you don’t have one yet, make sure to start one ASAP.

For a great moisture boost (which is good for fighting ageing), use a serum as a night cream. Look for ingredients like hyaluronic acid, as it can hold 1000 times its weight in water. It has also been dubbed as the “fountain of youth.”

You can ask your dermatologist if you can also include retinol and retin-A to your skin routine for a good dose of vitamin A. Both ingredients can help smoothen the skin and minimise fine lines; they can also help clear breakout-prone skin.

Oscillate your fan or AC

Keeping the fan or AC blowing steadily on your face can seep away moisture and make you feel dehydrated, which can later on cause fine lines. Make sure to set your fan or AC to oscillate around the room before going to bed.

It takes a lot of conscious effort to keep yourself fit and healthy. A healthy lifestyle is crucial when fighting ageing, so it is quite important to start these healthy habits STAT.

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