My Sleep Apnea Skincare Routine

For people with sleeping issuse like sleep apnea you might find it difficult to have a effective skincare routine because you sleep through the day. I have sleep apnea my self and struggle with hormornal dehydrated skin.

I can go to sleep at 11pm and not wake up till 2pm the next day so adding sunscreen to my routine doesn’t feel worth the effort. although… the evidence shows you should definitely add sunscreen to your face after moisturizer no matter what, you shouldn’t skip!.

You loose the most amount of water from your skin when you are sleeping (eperdermal water loss) so over sleeping can cause dry/dehydrated skin.

Make sure you drink plenty of water before you go to sleep its suggested to have 8 glasses of water per day. also to cut down of caffine and refined sugar switch to alternatives like matcha or chai tea.

wake yourself up with a cool shower as soon as you wake up then moisturise get dressed brush you teeth est

I keep my routine as basic as possible Ive tried adding vitamin C and retinol but they seem to make my skin dry and irrated.


I suggest either cerave hydrating cleanser or the la roche posey milky cleanser.


First aid beauty oat soothing toner


Neautrogena hydro gel moisturizer


Gurru 50 + Spf … only suncreen I own

Night time skincare routine

Double cleanse

I use squarline cleanser by the ordinary or ultra balm by lush

second cleanser

I use CeaVe Hydrating Cleanser

toner chemical Exfoliator

like the ordinary or Pixi glow tonic

Serum for my dehydrated skin

Hylaranic acid or Aloe vera


I go for vasaline or CeraVe Cream Moisturizer and add a Honey face mask

Skin types and concerns

Dehydrated skin Most people with dehydrated skin can feel very dry this difference Is that dehydrated skin is producing too much oil and not enough water and gets trapped in dead skin cells. you can purchase hydrating serums such as hyaluronic acid and glycerin Ill link some affordable ones Make sure you exfoliate once or twice a week I suggest liquid exfoliators over physical because they don’t tare your skin and strip your natural oils. Make sure you Moisturize in the morning following a high SPF sunscreen and apply regularly though out the day depending on the skin type you need to find the best product specifically made for you. ingredients for dehydrated skinSeaweeds Hyaluronic AcidAlginic AcidZema or Propanediol, a skin humectantSodium PCA.Linoleic Acid.Aloe Vera.Helps maximize physical performance. …Significantly affects energy levels and brain function. …May help prevent and treat headaches. …May help relieve constipation. …May help treat kidney stones. …Helps prevent hangovers. …Can aid weight loss.Dry Skin Dry skin doesn’t produce enough oil basically, dry skin can feel tight and rough and look need oil in your skin to build skin cells and naturally moisture the skin so it doesn’t become irritated and infected. the best skincare products for dryness usually have active ingredients like hyaluronic acid.ceramides.glycerin.urea.antioxidants.aquaporins.plant butter and oils.Research has shown that taking certain vitamins and other nutritional supplements, including vitamin D, fish oil, collagen, and vitamin C, may help improve skin hydration and help keep your skin healthy and nourished.I recommend… ingredients do I need to avoid for my dry skin?Sodium lauryl sulfateSodium Laureth SulfateAmmonium lauryl sulfateSoaps such as sodium tallowate or cocoateSalicylic acidWillow bark AHA acids.I recommend … skin type This means your skin is both dry and oily, Combination skin is simply having oily skin in some areas of your face and dry skin in other areas. Typically, there’s a mix of oily and dry areas on different parts of your face, with the t-zone (forehead, nose, and chin) being slight to very oily.The best natural ingredients for combination skinPrefer oils with regulating properties, which easily penetrate the epidermis without a greasy finish. For instance: Jojoba, hazelnut, grape seed, sesame, safflower … Essential oils for combination skin: geranium, rosemary, lavender, lemon, ylang-ylang, tea tree …I recommend … Skin type It can even feel greasy within hours of cleansing. Breakouts are also more likely because the sebum mixes with dead skin cells and gets stuck in your pores.Use Cleanser, Toner, and Moisturizer Twice every day. Look for cleansers that contain sulfur, salicylic acid, or tea tree oil – all of which dissolve excess sebum. ..Use an Astringent Every Other Day. …Exfoliate Once a Week. …Apply a Facial Mask Once a Week.Reapply sunscreen every day foods that make your skin oilyDairy products. Surely, they’re great for health but they aren’t very good for your skin! …Fried foods. Do you love eating fried foods? …Salty foods. Salt is important for our taste, diet as well as health but, too much of salt can cause dehydration in the skin. …Alcohol. …Sugary foods.I recommend …’s Your Skin Concern?Dry (lacking oil) Dry and dehydrated skin are often mixed up. …Dehydrated. Dehydrated skin on The other hand is lacking in water content, to begin with. …Aging. …Redness. …Occasional Breakouts And Congestion.Problematic skinHabits That Wreck Your Skin

You don’t wash your face before bed. The urge to skip the sink is completely understandable, especially after a long dayYou skimp on sunscreen — or just skip it. You eat lots of sugar and not many fruits and vegetables. …You’re too harsh on zits. You exfoliate flakey skin.How can I identify my skin type?Gently pat a blotting paper on the different areas of your face. Hold the sheet up to the light to determine how much oil is visible. If the sheet picked up little to no oil, you most likely have dry skin. If the blotting sheet reveals oil from the forehead and nose areas, your skin is normal/combination.