Beauty Products to Help You Sleep

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Sleep can be hard to come by for many people – even when we aren’t living through a global pandemic. If you are having some trouble catching ZZZ’s, know that you are not alone. In the meantime, order some of these Corridor-based beauty products to help you get the luxurious sleep we all desperately need right now.

J.R. Watkins SLEEP Aromatherapy In-Shower Mist, Ulta – $14.99

Start your new bedtime routine in the shower! After the water is running, spray this mist two-to-three times in the shower to diffuse the aroma. Its key extracts include Lavandin, to encourage relaxation; orange, to relieve nervous tension and cactus water to hydrate and revive skin. This creates a mini spa-like experience to tide you over until you can go to the salon again!

Farmacy Sleep Tight Firming Night Balm, Sephora – $48

After your skin is clean, spread some of this Farmacy night balm moisturizes and firms your skin while you are sleeping. It contains a plant-based Retinoid alternative reduce the appearance of wrinkles; blackcurrant seed, balloon vine extract and sunflower oil to nurture and support the skin’s barrier; and Acmella flower extract to promote firm-looking skin. This will make you sleep better, knowing that you will wake up with smoother skin in the morning!

Earth Therapeutics Gel Bead Sleep Mask, Ulta – $9

Before you finally turn off the lights to try to catch some shut eye, put on this amazing Earth Therapeutics gel mask. After chilling in the freezer for 5-10 minutes, this mask will relieve puffiness and swelling of tired eyes, block out light and help you fall asleep easily.

Hum Nutrition Beauty zzZz Sleep Support Supplement, Sephora – $10

If none of the other products are working for you, you may need something a little stronger to help you fall (and stay!) asleep. I personally take melatonin every night and can vouch for how amazing it is! This Hum Nutrition option contains melatonin and vitamin B6 to help promote a restful beauty sleep. Simply take one tablet 20 minutes before bed, and you will start feeling sleepy within minutes. You’ll wake up 8 hours later totally refreshed!

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