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Sunday, April 3, 2016

This Anti-Wrinkle Technique Might Actually Be Bad for You

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Odds are you've heard the sad truth that sleeping on your side or stomach can lead to wrinkles. We know: As dedicated face-mashed-into-the-pillow sleepers, we were bummed about it, too. But the solution-learning to sleep on our back-seemed like an insurmountable task. Which is why we were so surp-cited (that's surprised and excited) when we got in touch with sleep experts to find out how to train ourselves in the art of back sleeping and they said, "Don't."

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