Lack of sleep impacts skin health, says Medicine’s Elma Baron

University Hospitals study shows poor quality sleep linked to poor skin health, faster aging

The Plain DealerElma Baron, associate professor of dermatology, discussed restoring skin in patients who saw a decline in skin health due to lack of sleep. “We think that poor sleepers are holding onto inflammation a lot longer,” Baron said. “We definitely want to restore the skin health. We just don’t know how long it would take for these physiological changes.”