7 Things Every Woman Needs to Do for Her Skin
Consider this your ultimate to-do list for healthier, more beautiful skin. The bad news: These are non-negotiable. The good news: They're easy!
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Choose the Least-Popular Sleep Position
Only 14 percent of Americans sleep on their back
—even though it's the best way to prevent sleep wrinkles. Sleeping on the side or on the stomach (done by 63 percent and 16 percent of us, respectively) has been shown to cause wrinkles on the parts of the face pressed into the pillow, says Neuhaus. If you can't sleep on your back because you have a snoring problem, sleep apnea, bad knees, a bad back or a too-snuggly partner, consider a silk pillowcase or a special pillow with a cutout for your face.