Sleeping Naked With...


For those of you who have been avid readers of Fash Boulevard you may remember last year when I participated in Swisspers Sleep Naked Campaign. I know, I know, sleep, what? As a passionate and committed connoisseur of silk PJ's, I naturally felt completely unqualified at first... and obviously overdressed. It wasn't until I learned the true meaning of the campaign, that I realized it was actually promoting something I've always been extremely passionate about... The Swisspers Sleep Naked campaign urges young women to achieve a healthier skin regimen with nightly make up removal. Studies have shown that 50 percent of women do not remove their makeup daily, and of those that do, 80 percent don’t do it properly. 

Swisspers has challenged reality stars, Emily Maynard from "The Bachelorette" and Danielle Jonas from E!'s "Married to Jonas", to not only remove their makeup each night, but to remove it properly. Women across the country are being invited to take the pledge to Sleep Naked with their favorite celebrity. The celebrity with the most pledges will host a virtual party on National Sleep Naked Night, where she will answer fan questions in a live video chat, and have a $5,000 donation made in her name to a charity empowering young women. 

Swisspers is also calling women to visit the Sleep Naked Face-Off Page to take a pledge to Sleep Naked and adopt a beauty routine for cleaner and healthier skin. Swisspers offers a wide array of products, including rounds, cotton swabs, cotton balls, cosmetic applicators and cosmetic wedges. I use Swisspers products every day, whether it's to put my makeup on, off, or to remove my nail polish. I may not be an expert at putting my makeup on, but I've always been an advocate for taking it off. Removing your makeup before climbing into bed will not only reduce future breakouts, but slow down that nasty aging process (Bonus!).



Okay ladies, so it's time to take the pledge to Sleep Naked! Click here to pick a team!
This post was sponsored by Swisspers.

36 comments:

  1. Thanks for letting us know about this. I'm going to check it out.

    Happy Friday!
    Sofia
    stylishlyinlove.blogspot.com

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  2. I don't understand how girls can sleep with their makeup on. To me, that's the worst feeling in the world!

    xxx
    Jaclyn
    Http://www.loveandbellinis.com

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    1. I couldn't agree more. :) It's so icky. But you'd be surprised how many girls (ahem, my sister... lol) sometimes sleep with their make-up on.

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  3. Good to know!;)




    http://style-squared.blogspot.ca/
    https://www.facebook.com/StyleSquaredByZM

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  4. Yes... this is a good tip! Totally guilty of going to bed with it all still on my face! :/
    Hope
    hchdesigns.blogspot.com

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  5. What a great idea, so important to go to bed fresh faced. How do people not break out like crazy when they wear their make up to bed? Plus...their poor pillowcases!
    -Alex
    http://www.monstermisa.blogspot.com/

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  6. Great to know, I am going to check this out!!

    Xo,
    Sincerely Miss Ash

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  7. I wash my face every night -- but I'm definitely doing it to the extent that this campaign is pushing! Thank you for the inspiration to go out and look into other options. It's also making me want to start learning about exfoliating techniques for my entire body!

    xo, B
    BKCsquared

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  8. Such an important movement. Thanks for sharing.

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  9. This is such a fantastic idea. I am horrible at taking my makeup off before bed, but I need to be better!
    the-creationofbeauty.blogspot.com

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  10. Great initiative. I started a routine a few weeks back and totally see the difference already! xx

    www.creativityandchocolate.com

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  11. I always take my makeup off!! I get really bad allergies and reactions in my eyes from eyeliner and mascara if i sleep with it.
    Im def in the brunette team!!

    fashionqueen294.blogspot.com

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  12. I agree that taking off makeup at night is so important! I always regret it when I don't!

    xx.
    Stephanie | fashion and tea

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  13. Can't believe this is a thing.

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  14. Hi, thanks for visiting my blog and for leaving such a nice comment!
    I have to say reading the title of this post definitely caught me off guard but kept me interested enough to read on...great initiative :)
    your blog is also really great and interesting to read so I'm following you on bloglovin now :)
    x,
    Sagalina

    www.makeaboldstatement.blogspot.com

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  15. Great idea! I can't believe so many women leave their makeup on at night. What does that do to their pillows?! Oh my! ;) But really, thanks for sharing! :)

    http://sometimesgracefully.com

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  16. I am a huge fan of getting your face as clean as possible before bed! It's so incredibly important because of how your pores can become clogged and it can end up aging you! Nope, naked girl right here :)


    The Purse Snatcher

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  17. This looks like an amazing cause!! It's SO hard for me to actually properly take off all of my makeup after a long day but it's definitely something I need to do. Love this!

    Kim
    http://trendkeeper.me

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  18. Love this idea. Big supporter.

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  19. ha, I'm glad I read this tonight! .. as I shamefully put down the makeup removal wipe. I have somehow never had horrible skin, its always been pretty decent to me even after years of just using a pre-moistened face towelette. But over the past 2 years, I have been a faithful complete skin regime person. And I did pledge! :}

    http://www.riseandrosegold.com

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  20. I never sleep with make up on, I´m afraid to wake up with a breakout the day after!

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  21. Never mind what it does to your skin, how about what it does to your pillow. http://www.preypray.com

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  22. This was something my momma taught me at a young age. She's 55 and doesn't look it at all because she takes such good care of her skin. Glad to see that celebrities are speaking out about it, too! Thanks for sharing

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  23. Great post, and the subject is so important! Skin is our biggest organ, and it's health is vital to us all. Hope this campaign will raise awareness a lot. ♥

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  24. I take my makeup off every night! Sleep naked!
    xo Annie
    New England Romance

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  25. I love Emily Maynard! My friend goes to school with her daughter! Great post. <3

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  26. I never go to sleep without take off my make up, even if I'm tipsy .
    xoxo
    Christy

    http://www.am2pmchic.com/

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  27. Every time I feel too tired to remove my makeup before bed I wake up in the middle of the night with a horrible feeling and I get up to go wash my face!

    (¯`·._.·Nymphashion·._.·´¯)

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  28. love this!

    xx
    http://thepocketbookblogg.blogspot.com/

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  29. Great initiativ, remove make-up before sleeping every night :)

    http://kjandersen.wordpress.com/

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