Our body undergoes daily changes based on the circadian rhythm. These are the changes that follow a daily cycle, which regulates the complex mechanisms of our body, from body temperature to hormone release. Knowing the natural rhythms of our body is the best way to keep it healthy.
Even the skin has its own rhythm, its internal clock, with a peak of vitality during the night, when the capacity of regeneration and proliferation of epidermal stem cells is at its maximum. Therefore, the skin is more vulnerable during the day as it is subject to pollution, UVs, stress and dehydration.