Getting better sleep is high on our list of priorities lately, but even as we learn all the different ways of improving the quality or making our bedrooms more conducive to rest, we still haven’t been paying enough attention to the way sleep affects our skin. Or rather, how we sleep.

Aside from the occasional bout of tossing and turning through the night, most of us have our preferred position—on our back, stomach, or side. Like it or not, one of those is superior to the others when it comes to your skin’s health (hint: it’s not face down).

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