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Goodnight Renewal Cream

Goodnight Renewal Cream

Restorative anti-aging overnight moisturiser | 50 ml
€45.00
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Dream Repair Eye Oil

Revitalising overnight eye treatment oil | 15 ml
€33.00
Facial Intensive Hydrating Cream 50 ML

Facial Intensive Hydrating Cream

Ultra-hydrating, revitalising facial cream | 50 ml
€45.00
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Cleansing Milk

Hydrating cleansing milk | 200 ml
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Why beauty sleep is not a myth

30.01.2024
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The concept of beauty sleep is deeply rooted in our culture, but recent scientific discoveries have shown that it is much more than an old saying. Sleep plays a crucial role in the health of our skin and overall well-being.

Sleep: an essential link for health and well-being

In our modern, hectic society, sleep is often undervalued and seen as a luxury that can be skipped. However, sleep is fundamental for both physical and mental health, and plays a crucial role in the well-being of our body and mind.

Sleep is not just a period of rest; it is an active and complex state in which our body carries out essential recovery processes. These recovery processes occur during various sleep phases, including deep sleep, also known as non-REM sleep. This deep sleep phase is vital for physical recovery, cell regeneration, and strengthening the immune system. During this period, our body releases growth hormones, essential for tissue repair and cell regeneration.

In addition to deep sleep, a sleep cycle also includes phases of light sleep and REM sleep. Light sleep helps our body and mind relax, while heart rate and breathing slow down. REM sleep, characterized by rapid eye movements, is crucial for mental health, memory consolidation, and emotional processing. The brain activity during REM sleep is similar to that during wakefulness, demonstrating how essential this phase is for cognitive functions such as learning and memory.

The combination of these sleep phases ensures a completely restorative sleep experience. Optimizing our sleep routine is therefore not only important for improving our overall health but also for maintaining a strong mind and a resilient body. By ensuring regular and quality sleep, we can significantly enhance our daily performance and well-being.

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What happens to our skin during sleep?

Sleep is not only essential for our overall well-being but also for the health of our skin. During sleep, our body enters a state of rest, allowing the skin to recover from daily stressors such as sunlight and air pollution. This recovery process is crucial for healthy, radiant skin. The improved blood flow to the skin during sleep ensures that our skin can actively repair and improve.

Why beauty sleep is not a myth:

  1. Reduction of puffiness: Poor sleep impedes the lymphatic system, leading to fluid accumulation under the eyes and the development of puffiness.
  2. Increased stress levels: A lack of sleep elevates levels of cortisol, the so-called stress hormone, which can have various negative effects on the skin.
  3. Increase in acne: Higher cortisol levels due to sleep deprivation increase sebum production, which can lead to more pimples, inflammation, and enlarged pores.
  4. Accelerated skin aging: Prolonged elevated cortisol levels can raise blood sugar levels, affecting collagen and contributing to skin aging and wrinkle formation.
  5. Dry skin: Cortisol reduces the production of hyaluronic acid, a vital ingredient for skin hydration. Less hyaluronic acid leads to drier and duller skin.
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Deeper insight into Sleep and Skin Care: the role of natural ingredients

Discover how good sleep quality and natural ingredients like lavender oil, vetiver oil, hyaluronic acid, AHAs, and ceramides contribute to healthier skin and better sleep.


  1. Cellular level regeneration: Good sleep quality promotes the regeneration of skin cells and the production of collagen and elastin, essential for skin elasticity and firmness.
  2. Benefits of Lavender Oil: Lavender oil, with relaxing components like linalool and linalyl acetate, helps to reduce stress and anxiety and improves sleep quality.
  3. Calming properties of Vetiver Oil: Vetiver oil is known for its soothing effects and helps to reduce sleep disorders such as insomnia.
  4. Hyaluronic Acid in nighttime skincare: Hyaluronic acid is crucial for maintaining skin hydration and helps to retain moisture overnight and restore the skin barrier.
  5. AHAs and Skin Renewal: AHAs like glycolic and lactic acid stimulate cell renewal for smoother and brighter skin.
  6. Ceramides and the Skin Barrier: Ceramides strengthen the skin barrier during sleep, resulting in healthier and more resilient skin.
  7. Brain's response to aromas: Aromas in products such as the Sleepwell Mist positively influence the brain and assist in achieving restful sleep
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At Likami, we are committed to enhancing your well-being through natural skincare and expert advice. Our sleep routine tips are carefully curated to provide you with deep, restorative sleep.

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Our holistic approach:

A good night's sleep is more than just laying your head on the pillow. It starts with creating a serene sleeping environment and following a relaxing routine that calms both body and mind.

  • Create a soothing environment: Use our Sleepwell Mist on your bedding, face, and body to calm the senses and promote sleep. The versatile mist combines lavender and vetiver oil for a calming experience.
  • Care for your skin: Our Dream Repair Eye Oil, applied to the temples and wrists, helps relax your mind while nourishing your skin. Add our Recharge Sleep Mask and Goodnight Renewal Cream to your evening routine for nourished and hydrated skin throughout the night.

Nutritional and Lifestyle Tips:

  • Diet: Avoid heavy meals and stimulants such as caffeine and alcohol before bedtime. Instead, opt for a calming herbal tea.
  • Exercise: Regular physical activity promotes healthy sleep, but avoid intense exercises just before bedtime.
  • Digital detox: Limit your exposure to screens and blue light in the evening to support your sleep-wake cycle.


Consistency in your Sleep Routine:

A consistent sleep schedule helps regulate your internal clock. Go to bed at the same time every day and wake up at the same time, even on weekends.

Transform your night and wake up with radiant skin

RECHARGE SLEEP MASK

Intense rejuvenating, exfoliating night mask | 50 ml
€45.00

GOODNIGHT RENEWAL CREAM

Restorative anti-aging overnight moisturiser | 50 ml
€45.00

DREAM REPAIR EYE OIL

Revitalising overnight eye treatment oil | 15 ml
€33.00
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