Sleep With Your Hair Up for Better Skin
Do you sleep with your hair down? According to skin experts, sleeping with your hair down may make your skin more susceptible to breakouts. This is because hair acts like a magnet for pollution and dirt, and when you sleep, the hair can rub on your bedding and face and trigger skin issues. In addition, the scalp also produces sebum, and depending on your hair washing habits, it can travel down the hair strand, rub against your face, and bring on more unwanted pimples. So, what can you do about it? While washing your hair before bed is the best option, you can also pull your hair into a loose ponytail or braid before going to sleep. Bonus tip: Other things besides your hair could also be causing skin issues. Make sure your towels, pillowcases, loofah, and clothes are clean to prevent unwanted breakouts.