A good night sleep routine can help you get into the rhythm of better sleep. In fact, according to the national sleep foundation, going to bed at the same time every night and waking up the same time each morning can help to regulate your body’s internal clock.
At Vida Glow we believe a good night’s sleep is the key to any beauty routine and is essential for our hair, skin and nails to be replenished. That’s why we have created the Good Night Sleep routine to ensure you receive your beauty sleep for glowing skin the following day.
Your phone and laptop can be a huge distraction to you at night time, decreasing the hours spent in bed and encouraging your brain to work harder. By switching off all technology an hour before bed, you can help your mind relax, making it easier to fall asleep.
Sip On Beauty Sleep
Beauty Sleep contains magnesium and lucuma, both of which help to relax the body and promote sleep. Enjoy a warm cup with almond milk half an hour before bed to calm your body and allow you to fall into a restful sleep.
Fresh smelling sheets not only smell great but they also help to boost your mood and keep your skin clean. Be sure to change your sheets every two weeks, your skin will thank you for it.
Have A Bath
Having a warm bath will help to relax your body and also your mind. Warm water can also help cleanse the body from toxins and repair skin cells to increase elasticity.
Practicing meditation all
ows you to calm your mind which helps to reduce stress and anxiety. Meditating just five minutes before bed every night can help to encourage a restful night’s sleep free from negative thinking.
Essential oils can help to relax your body and also your mind. Lavender, lemongrass and vetiver are all known to promote relaxation and encourage sleep. Why don’t you try putting a few drops of one of these in a diffuser before bed for a peaceful night.
Sleep For Eight Hours
Your body relies on enough sleep for you to function properly the next day. By getting a full eight hours every night it will help you reach the deepest level of sleep which is the time when your skin cells are able to be replenished.