Improve Sleep with Organic Skincare made of Essential Oils – Simply Nuna

Improve Sleep with Skincare made with Essential Oils

Sleep issues are something that has plagued people for decades. Today, the problem of too little sleep, and the journey to solve it has become an ever-growing reason for doctor visits among Americans. People are constantly trying to find ways to sleep and get a more restful sleep from using noise machines, cooling pillows to new mattresses. According to Consumer Reports "27 percent of people in a new Consumer Reports survey of 4,023 U.S. adults said they had trouble falling asleep or staying asleep most nights, and 68 percent—or an estimated 164 million Americans—struggled with sleep at least once a week. Americans have spent an average of 41 billion dollars on sleep aids."

One approach to approving sleep is to massage your neck, shoulders and any other areas with relaxing essential oils. You could also take a bath with lavender oil or even put some on a cotton ball and set it by your bedside.

The Science Behind It
Lavender Oil has been around since ancient times. There is growing evidence suggesting that lavender oil may be an effective medicament in treatment of several neurological disorders according to the National Library of Medicine.

Simply Nuna® Products Help You Sleep
At Simply Nuna®, we created a unique Organic Night Face Serum packed with nourishing oils that help hydrate, soften, reduce redness and blemishes on the skin while also aiding in restful sleep. Our Serum is meant to be used during your nightly routine. Cleanse and towel dry your face as you would normally. Apply a pea-sized drop of Night Serum to your hands and apply all over the face including eyelids.

By using our night serum, you no longer need to sleep with the cotton ball of Lavender Oil on your nightstand. The face serum gives off a beautiful Lavender aroma to help relax your mind while preparing your skin for a stunning morning glow.


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