Get a Better Night’s Sleep
We know—duh. Sleep is one of the most important factors in being well-rested, and a lack sleep shows up first and foremost on your face. Dr. Patel advises everyone who will listen to get eight hours of sleep, and to “avoid sleeping on your face,” which can help relieve swelling and puffiness. “Avoid ingesting caffeine after 3 p.m. as it disrupts the sleep cycle,” she added. If you’re thirsty, drink more water. “Six glasses of water a day are imperative for a good complexion. Fruits and vegetables should be scattered in the diet and through the day.” It’s not rocket science: the better the stuff you put in your body, the better your face will look.
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