You don't need plastic surgery. Find out how a new bedding set can help reduce wrinkles.
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Reducing Sleep Wrinkles with Copper Sheets Travis Stork: We have a fix for those dreaded wrinkles and guess what? It is not a cream, not a laser, it is not a shot of Botox; it may be as simple as this. That is right! There is a new type of bedding; it’s got pillows, eye mask, comforters and it claims to reduce wrinkles. Jim Sears: What is this? Lisa Masterson: Sorry to disturb you, what are you doing? Jim Sears: I just saw this bed here but you would not tell me what is was and after those facials, I was a little worried. Drew Ordon: If you stay there long enough Jim, you may actually look pretty good. Jim Sears: So, I am getting my beauty sleep, ha? Drew Ordon: We’ll tell you when you’re done. Travis Stork: Yeah, you take a nice little nap and we will let Drew explain what you are sleeping on. Jim Sears: All right, thanks. Drew Ordon: It is all about copper peptides which is a common ingredient in moisturizers out of -- do you read the ingredients in your moisturizers? Lisa Masterson: Sometimes. Drew Ordon: Do you remember seeing copper? Lisa Masterson: No. Drew Ordon: Well anyway, copper has been shown to help moisturize the skin and actually, it incites or causes production of collagen in the skin, so moisturizing and collagen from copper. Jim Sears: So, you are saying that this stuff is made of copper? Drew Ordon: Actually copper ions are interwoven into your little bed there Jim, into the fabric of the comforter, the pillow case and the sheets themselves. So, while you are sitting there, lying there sleeping, your skin is getting a treatment from the copper properties. Lisa Masterson: I did not wash it. Travis Stork: And Jim, we actually have an audience who has been trying this out, so we can see if you may want to use it in the future. Esther is here. How long have you been sleeping on a copper bed? Esther: For two weeks. And already, I feel that my skin feels softer and more moisturized. Drew Ordon: More moisture? Esther: Yes. Drew Ordon: Because typically, you wake up in the morning with dry skin, right? Esther: Absolutely. Lisa Masterson: But you know we also use copper for arthritis and other things too. Drew Ordon: Those wristbands, so maybe there is something to this.

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