Sleeping on Your Back is the Anti-Wrinkle Position, but There’s a lot More to Saving Your Face Than Just Back Sleeping…

Helene, Back to Beauty Inventor Beauty News

  I do believe, since I launched the patented Back to Beauty™ Anti-Wrinkle Head Cradle back-sleeping beauty pillow in 2014, there has been an increase in awareness regarding the damage and distortion sleeping on your face causes. With the average human head weighing between 8-11 pounds, it makes sense that those not sleeping on their back are putting weight and pressure …

New York Dermatologist Shares: The Way You Sleep Can Exacerbate Wrinkles

Helene, Back to Beauty Inventor Beauty News

I love sharing articles, expert opinions, and studies that explain how anything but back sleeping can cause sleep lines and facial wrinkling. Once you learn that the weight of your head is giving you wrinkles while you sleep, it seems like a no-brainer to understand that sleeping on your face would cause wrinkles and even acne. Yet, because so many …