While finding the right mattress is key to a great night’s sleep, getting enough sleep is equally as important! According to the Better Sleep Council, the average person needs seven to eight hours of sleep, although it may differ for every person.
But, could nine hours of sleep a night help improve your skin? Jessica Chou of Refinery29 admits she always looked tired. She experienced stress and an erratic sleep schedule and decided to try new sleep habits in hopes of answering her skin woes. After making a few changes to her routine and testing a new sleeping schedule for two weeks, she weighs in on the results from her mini sleeping experiment.