How to Rejuvenate Your Skin and Keep It Moisturized

· April 25, 2015

Regular facial treatments, skin cream, anti-aging cream, masks, natural resources; skin care enthusiasts will try everything.  But, how do you really rejuvenate your skin and keep it moisturized?

Although it may seem like a lie, the easiest and most essential way to do so is to get a full night of healing sleep, at least 8 hours.  A good night of rest not only benefits the skin, but your physical and mental well-being as well.

The best that part is you will see the benefits for you skin much quicker if you sleep well. In this article, we’re going to learn how rest helps you achieve a healthy glow and rejuvenate your skin while you sleep.

Let your skin breathe

The first step you should make sure you take, is to wash your face appropriately every night before going to bed.  This will eliminate any dirt or filth on the skin, it will open skin pores and allow your skin to breathe.  If you don’t wash your face every night, your skin will be more prone to acne and wrinkles, because closed pores prevent collagen from forming in the skin, which is necessary for younger looking skin.

Moisturize your skin before going to bed


Your skin can dry out when you sleep, so as soon as you wash your face, apply plenty of moisturizing cream.  This will retain all the essential oils in your skin, keeping your skin soft and moisturized.  When you wake up in the morning, your skin will be radiant and glowing.

Pay attention to your lips

One of the most definitive characteristics on your face are your lips.  Dry and cracked lips look bad.  The best option for sensitive lips is to rub a soft toothbrush over them every night.  This will help get rid of dry and cracked lips, making them soft and adaptable.

Cream around your eyes

Relax your eyes

One important step in skin care before going to bed, is to apply a good cream under your eyes, which will help prevent bags and wrinkles.  Because the skin under your eyes is thinner, it is important to moisturize well with special eye creams, and allow the cream to repair this delicate area.  Apply cream in a soft, circular motion to rejuvenate skin.

Gentle exfoliation

Skin exfoliation is essential; when rubbing your skin, however, it does become more sensitive.  Sensitive skin is more prone to damage and will become vulnerable to sun rays.  The best option is to exfoliate gently just before going to bed in order to prevent even more damage.

Hands and feet

Sweaty feet

When talking about skin, you not only need to focus on the face and neck, but the hands and feet are also important.  Apply moisturizing body cream to the hands and legs to keep them moisturized, and to prevent them from getting dry and rough.  Using socks and gloves before going to bed is another good idea, which will help blood circulation due to the pressure on the feet.  This will also help alleviate stress.  So not only will this keep your feet moisturized, they will also feel relieved and it will help with your fatigue.  It will also help you to sleep well, which will also improve your skin.

Don’t sleep on your stomach

Sleeping on your stomach or with your face on the pillow will lead to wrinkles and will accelerate the aging process.  Even if you feel comfortable in that position, it’s better to avoid it.  This position also prevents blood circulation and therefore makes the face look swollen and tired.  Try to sleep on your back if possible.

Masks for sleeping

If you don’t have time to moisturize or exfoliate your skin before going to bed, sleeping with a facial mask could help.  This will moisturize your skin and will help open your pores.  As son as you wake up, wash your face with cold water for even better results.