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Would You Try This Crazy Anti-Aging Skincare Product?

Posted by Alexandra C. | Wednesday February 26, 201415 comments

Unfortunately, wrinkles are a part of life. They are inevitable. Which is why all potions 'n' lotions that claim to zap away fine lines exist. Because we all want that baby smooth skin. While the effectiveness of some of the creams might be up for debate, there are a lot of great anti-aging products, just check out our reviews. Of course, when it comes to anti-aging, some people can get um, a little overzealous, to say the least (hem, hem looking at you Nicole Kidman). Which explains the amount of time rewinding products out there. If something promises to banish wrinkles, we eat it up. 

That's why these anti-wrinkle pillows don't surprise me. Apparently, we can add sleeping to the long list of things that make us pruned like raisins. Joy. Apparently, side or stomach sleepers are most likely to suffer from this. As you sleep, your face is smooshed and twisted causing skin to wrinkle and therefore make you look older.  However, these anti-wrinkle pillows are specially designed so that your skin isn't all puckered as you drift off to dream land. 

1. Sharper Image The Anti-Aging Wrinkle Prevention Pillow (US$99.99)

2. Pillow Bra (E$57.00)

3. JuveRest The Sleep Wrinkle Pillow (US$180.00)
4. Save My Face Pillow, The Original Anti-Wrinkle Pillowette (US$72.00)  

Also a danger when you sleep? Cleavage wrinkles. And there's a solution for that too! It's a pillow bra that separates and lifts so the ladies aren't squished together. 

There is a line between helpful or necessary and way too over the top. I think this one might have crossed it. I'm just not convinced that the amount of wrinkle damage during sleep is all that great. I mean, if this is serious enough, we all may as well stop smiling, laughing, frowning and basically showing any emotion at all. I would definitely be willing to give these pillows a try, but am not expecting any major life changing results. Add that to the fact these babies are pretty pricey and I'm not sure if it's so splurge worthy. 

What do you think? Would you ever try one of these? Is an anti-aging pillow a great idea or just plain silly?

(via thebeautydepartment.com
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on January 03, 2018  kdyggy said:

I have begun looking into buying one of these since turning 40(ish). I am also a side sleep and am convinced that the smooshing of my face during sleep is contributing to my 'laugh lines.' The price doesn't seem so outrageous. We spend $100 for facials and this is a beauty item you will use over and over; for 8 hrs every single night. Only dilemma for me is which one to buy. Hmmm...

on May 05, 2016  jmca  8,913 said:

I laughed at them all.

on September 03, 2014  AnnMarie said:

I'd like to add that the save my face pillow is very comfortable and helps support the neck as well as prevent sleep lines. Also, those expensive creams you apply every night that add up to hundreds of dollars are rubbing off on a convention pillow. May seem silly but it truly works and your creams aren't being wasn't. Save My Face, Inc. has pillows ranging from $20-$100.

on March 01, 2014  imfeehily  8,865 said:

I wouldn't blow my money on it.

on March 01, 2014  Steffikah  9,115 said:

These don't look comfortable at all! I've heard that silk or satin pillows are great for helping fight wrinkles... and that's as far as I would personally go.

on February 28, 2014  Anjanie777  1,682 said:

That is so much money just for a pillow. You are better off buying anti-aging creams.
I don't think I need to worry much about wrinkles when I sleep, unless you can get them whilst sleeping on your back all night :-o

on February 28, 2014  wendyroy  25,278 said:

Hmmm....I'm alone here, but it makes sense to me...not that I'd pay that much for a pillow, though.

on February 28, 2014  KatelynRose1984  20,704 said:

Weird. I would of never guessed that your pillow could cause wrinkles!

on February 26, 2014  christinabezerra  50 said:

I can't get over how silly and weird this is, but like I kind of want to try it... Are these even comfortable to sleep in?

on February 26, 2014  flower  4,433 said:


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