Making the most out of your beauty sleep is important. With products that help you unwind before bed to treatments that work most effectively overnight
, it's easy to step up your nighttime regimen. Read on to discover 11 products that were made for beauty sleep. (Photo via Getty)
Charlotte Tilbury Overnight Bronze & Glow Mask ($55):
Instead of resorting to streaky self-tanner, try this mask instead. Apply it after you wash your face and you’ll wake up with a touch of natural color by the time your alarm goes off.
C.O. Bigelow My Favorite Night Balm ($7):
This heavy-duty balm was designed to work its magic as you catch some zzz's. Prepare for a perfectly smooth, moisturized pout in the morning.
LUSH Twilight Bath Bomb ($7):
Pop this fizzy pink bath bomb into hot water and kick back as it turns your tub into a totally tranquil experience, complete with colorful watercolor vibes too.
Pacifica Wake Up Beautiful Mask ($15):
Dubbed a “beauty sleep booster,” this affordable overnight mask will bring back moisture to parched skin while plumping it up. Its lightly scented formula is also designed to have aromatherapeutic benefits.
Slip Pillowcase ($79):
Enhance your beauty game and start sleeping on a silk pillowcase. It helps regulate your temperature and can extend the life of your hairstyles thanks to the gentleness of the silk.
Tata Harper Aromatic Bedtime Treatment ($60):
Squeeze in a mini aromatherapy sesh at night with this tiny but powerful fragrance. Apply it on your pulse points, take a deep breath, and enjoy the chill aroma.
Tatcha Dewy Skin Night Concentrate ($110):
Packed with plant-derived squalane, green tea extract, and anti-aging Japanese superfoods, this radiance-boosting treatment serves up noticeable results in just one night.
This Works Deep Sleep Night Oil ($46):
Let the calming scent of lavender ground you as you apply this hydrating, lightweight oil. It’s quick to absorb too, so you don’t have to worry about pillow stains.
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