When it comes to showering, most people do it either first thing in the morning or right before bed.
Advice on the proper time to bathe has varied1 with some experts saying a shower at night leads to better sleep, while others swear by a morning rinse2 to kick-start their day.
Daily Mail Online scrolled3 the annals of shower studies and spoke4 to New York-based dermatologists5 to settle the score.
We found that while both have their pros6 and cons7, a shower at night washes off the sweat, oils and allergens of the day, giving you better shut-eye and radiant skin.
Based on expert opinion and research, showering at night may be the best way to unwind after a long day and rejuvenate8 your skin.
However, if you're not a morning person a blast of water from the shower can get you ready for the day.
If you can't decide, showering in the morning and night is harmless as long as you don't dwell under hot water for too long.
Dr Jaber said: 'Whatever makes you feel better, that's what you should do.'
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