A recent study has linked a lack of sleep to poor skin quality. As a plastic surgeon serving sun-soaked Marietta and Atlanta, I can tell you that we don’t need any more skin-damaging factors out there. Try as we might, though, to maintain a solid sleep routine, sometimes we just don’t get the shut-eye our bodies need. That’s where skincare products come in.
First, more about the study …
Researchers at University Hospitals Case Medical Center identified the following associations with poor sleep habits, some skin-related and some concerning overall well-being:
- Greater difficulty recovering from skin stress
- Longer recovery from sunburns
- Higher rate of obesity
- Lower self-perception of attractiveness
How skincare products can help
You can defend against the damages of poor sleep and rejuvenate any damage that’s already been done with advanced cosmeceuticals such as Obagi® and SkinCeuticals®. Available only from physicians, these prescription-strength products exceed the capabilities of over-the-counter products. We offer a comprehensive line of Obagi, SkinCeuticals, and other products to help you overcome sleep-related skin damage and with your unique needs.