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Between work, family, friends and going out, your days tend to grow longer and bedtime retreats further and further away. In addition, if you sleep badly, the verdict you will see in the mirror the morning after your too-brief night will be incontestable: a dull complexion, drawn features, puffy eyes, dark circles under the eyes… so many signs of fatigue that you would do well to avoid. What you are probably aware of is that repeated short nights can make their mark on you in the long run and greatly accelerate the phenomenon of skin ageing.Therefore, sleeping well should become one of our most important beauty actions.

“During a normal sleep cycle, the cells of the skin renew themselves and the toxins are eliminated. It is also during sleep that the production of collagen is regulated, a protein that ensures the firmness and density of the skin. Nights that are too short or poor quality sleep will disrupt this process of skin regeneration. If a few short nights accentuate the “tired” look, in the long term the lack of sleep exposes women to premature skin ageing.” Dr Catherine Lacoste, aesthetic and anti-ageing doctor and RoC® Sleep Expert

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