1-Make sure you get enough sleep.
Stress can destroy your skin, especially if you don’t let your body rest and recover from everyday life.
“Your body repairs itself and recovers from daily stress while you sleep. So if you don’t get enough sleep, it can cause premature aging of the skin,” says Dr. Rather. Doctor Guanche agrees and adds: “Tired people often appear with sunken, dry or pale skin. On the other hand, those who are rested often have fewer shells under their eyes and in their teardrop-shaped valleys and a plump and fresh skin.”
It is of course time to prioritize beauty sleep. Get seven to eight hours of sleep each night to rejuvenate your skin and body.