Beauty hacks to look less tired in seconds
When you’re sleep-deprived, it becomes evident in your skin - the circles under your eyes grow darker, your skin becomes weary and pale, and you don’t feel yourself.
Natural, nutritional supplements can help you unwind and sleep better, but if you’ve struggled to sleep for a while, the toll it takes on your physical appearance can take longer to sort out.
While a healthy diet and lifestyle can help defy the tell-tale signs of tiredness, things like smoking, alcohol, stress, caffeine and too much sun and junk food can have the opposite effect and make you look exhausted. And as you get older, your body slows down its production of collagen, the body’s main structural protein, which makes up many of the cells and tissues we need for healthy bones, hair, teeth, nails and skin. These can be accentuated when you constantly feel tired or stressed, and your face can give you away.
Exercising more, keeping hydrated and keeping your guilty pleasures as occasional treats rather than regular indulgences can help. Also, making sure your body gets the health-enhancing vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and other vital nutrients it needs to maintain a healthy, youthful and rejuvenated appearance is key. Ensuring you get the right balance daily can help you look and feel at your best. Here are our top tips to look less tired.
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