Does Sleep Cause Really Wrinkle?
We know it’s hard to believe that, while relaxing and regenerating your body, sleep can also produce aging signs. But, it’s true and, according to Debra Jaliman, MD, a New York City-based dermatologist and author of Skin Rules, different aspects of sleep can affect your skin, but there are also ways to slow down signs of aging overnight.
If you are sleeping on your stomach or side, for instance, your face always comes in contact with your pillowcases. And this way, you can end up with sleep lines on your cheeks and forehead.
Without any doubt, wrinkles are the result of the loss of elasticity and collagen. However, the repeated pressure you apply from sleeping with the side of your face on a pillow can promote collagen breakdown, leading to visible lines. But, let’s not forget about the good news and see the ways you can prevent and treat these disturbing sleep wrinkles!