Sleeping Magnificence: 13 in a single day merchandise that work when you sleep

It’s that time of year again. Unfortunately, we only lost an hour of sleep. Which means our circadian rhythms have definitely gotten out of hand.

So why not make the most of the time you spend under the covers? It’s time to indulge in some beauty products overnight. One that will make you wake up rested and rejuvenated. After all, the skin repairs itself at night.

Per Kendra Flockhart, Head of Education at Darphin: “The skin works hard all day to protect itself from constant attacks, but while we sleep the skin switches to recovery mode, a time of intense repair and regeneration. In fact, the regeneration process at this point can be up to three times faster than during the day. “

The skin also becomes more permeable. Products move in more easily. On the other hand, however, water is more easily lost. Hence, what we put on our skin is key.

Below are the best products to use before you go into the hay. This is a great way to maximize your (literal) beauty sleep. From a non-flush hair conditioner to sleeping bags (K-Beauty for Victory), these nightly treatments will hopefully solve all of your beauty problems overnight. Sleep well.

  • Omorovicz Midnight renewal, $ 185 at Omorovicza

    Would you like to visibly transform your skin while you sleep? Then you need this nourishing serum. It infuses the next generation retina with stress relieving and repairing agents. This reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, while stimulating collagen and increasing elasticity. You wake up to a plumper, smoother and more radiant complexion.

  • Glow recipe Watermelon Glow Sleeping Mask, $ 45 at Sephora

    This watermelon-scented sleep mask – that’s K-Beauty for a high-performance moisturizer that you apply right before bed – was so popular that it was often sold out (and eventually put on a waiting list of 5,000 people). Why so much fuss? Well, it’s full of gentle alpha hydroxy and amino acids that will soften, smooth and brighten your skin while you sleep, so you wake up feeling fresh and baby soft. To top it off, the formula is transfer-safe, which means it won’t mess up your pillows.

  • Kiehls Midnight Recovery Concentrate, $ 52 at Kiehl

    Pat two or three drops of this rich, but not too rich, fast-absorbing serum on your freshly cleansed skin (cheeks, forehead, and chin) at night. Enriched with an effective blend of essential oils and distilled botanicals – including lavender oil, evening primrose oil and squalane – it nourishes the skin and improves its natural recovery process. Bonus: Lavender is known to calm and induce sleep.

  • MISSHA Super Aqua Cell Renew Snail Cream, $ 25 on Amazon

    Those unfamiliar with the skin care benefits of snail mucin will overcome the ick factor and keep educating yourself. (Basically, its regenerative properties help with hyperpigmentation, wrinkles and dryness.) This special sleep mask with an almost cream-colored cut is ideal for cell renewal, humidification and retexturing. You will wake up hydrated, bouncy, glowing, and vaguely smelling of cucumber.

  • Tatcha Camellia Gold Spun Lip Balm, $ 30 at Sephora

    While it’s not entirely an overnight product, those suffering from chronically dry lips should exfoliate with Fresh’s Sugar Lip Polish and then top off their nightly lip routine with a healthy coating of this moisturizing, camellia oil-infused ointment. Tragically, no one – except maybe your SO – will be able to admire your 23-carat gold pout, but neither will you wake up with annoying mummy lips.

  • Talika Eyebrow Lipocils Expert, $ 59 on Amazon

    Whether you plucked too enthusiastically in the early 2000s or always struggled with sparse brows, a good night conditioner will help speed up the growth process. RevitaBrow is the expert / celebrity’s choice, but this one is a good scam and not that prohibitively expensive. (Alternatively, good old Jamaican castor oil is said to work wonders.) Use a doe-foot applicator or disposable mascara stick to apply the formula of your choice to clean, dry eyebrows (and / or lashes) just before bed. Remember, a little goes a long way.

  • Origins Sip an intense overnight mask to quench your skin’s thirst, $ 27 at Ulta Beauty

    Save these if your skin looks particularly dehydrated. While you sleep, the avocado, apricot kernel oil, and Japanese seaweed formulas will flood your skin with moisture and fight off signs of aging. Pretty legitimate – not that we’d expect anything less from Origins.

  • Sachajuan Overnight Hair Repair, $ 53 at DermStore

    This overnight algae and mineral based hair treatment is very easy to use and very effective. That means: after you’ve showered and towel dried your strands, just give them a spritz. The conditioner won’t stain your pillows (or leave a harsh residue), and you won’t have to rinse them off the next morning. After just two to three applications, you will notice how soft and gap-free your hair is. And yes, it works with all textures.

  • clinic Smart Night Clinical MD Multi-Dimensional Retinol Repair Treatment, $ 69 at Clinique

    Start the anti-aging process with Clinique’s nightly treatment. Retinol can cause irritation and really dry out your skin. For this reason, this formula also includes the brand’s Comforting Hydrator Blend, which contains hyaluronic acid, mango seed butter, wheat and barley extract, coffee seed oil, squalane and vitamin E. Conclusion? It speeds up cell turnover and reduces fine lines and wrinkles.

  • Goop from Juice Beauty Refill Night Cream, $ 112 at Goop

    Let Gwyneth Paltrow work together to create the most luxurious, hard-working night cream (aside from La Prairie’s). Key ingredients like sandalwood nut oil, flaxseed extract and hyaluronic acid will ensure that you wake up glowing, hydrated, smooth, toned and firm.

  • La Prairie Skin Caviar Luxe Sleep Mask, $ 405 at Nordstrom

    We know we are terrible people who recommend this. But it is really worth every penny. This unusual formula is more than a cream, more than just a skin-face mask. It transforms your face with its peeling enzymes (care from Carica papaya), moisturizing caviar extracts and sunflower oil. (Apparently, due to the fact that it works on your prone position, it’s better able to fight the ravages of gravity.) Use the brush that came with it to brush the creamy pink creeps down your face two to three nights a week . Naturally radiant, even, line-free, less money.

  • Sunday Riley Luna Sleeping Night Oil, $ 55 at Sephora

    Cosmetic chemist and product formulator Sunday Riley’s eponymous beauty brand has quickly achieved cult status thanks to its affordable, high-quality offerings. Of these products, this night oil is one of the founder’s all-time favorites. Per Riley: “Luna Sleeping Night Oil is my personal ‘holy grail’, a must have. It soothes and smoothes my skin instantly and I see results in my fine lines and wrinkles overnight.” Buy it now, thank us later.

  • Dermalogica Pure Night, $ 82 at Ulta Beauty

    This rich nighttime moisturizer provides deep hydration without clogging or breaking out pores. It contains pumpkin enzyme, cranberry, and raspberry seed oils, which are good for moisture and texture, as well as oligopeptide, vitamin C, niacinamide, and zinc glycinate to lighten the skin and reduce the appearance of brown spots and hyperpigmentation. All of that and a touch of white bird of paradise extract (best name ever) give you a really bright, glowing finish.

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