1. Sleep on Two Pillows
Sleep with your head elevated on two pillows—gravity helps the blood flow, which makes sure that the fluid doesn't accumulate.
2. Start Your Day Early As Much As Possible
Don't forget to wash your face a few hours before bed. If you get lazy, you're more likely allow toxins and dirt to stay on there for longer.
3. Sleep on a Silk Pillowcase
Sleeping on silk is a great way for helping your skin maintain its natural moisture. It keeps your skin hydrated more than cotton and other fabrics do.
4. Sleep On Your Back
Sleeping on your tum is the WORST for you—when you sleep that way, all the pressure from the weight of your head ends up on your face!
So, try to sleep on your back. It'll ensure better blood circulation in your body.
5. Have a Low Sugar Dinner
Eating a high-protein and low-sugar dinner can help you wake up with defined cheekbones. Ditch the rice, pasta and potatoes to avoid the effect of those carbs showing on your face next morning.
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