One day, a few pillowcases showed up at Neiman Marcus Mazza Gallerie, and they sold out the same day they hit the display. Michael Reinhardt told me (after they sold out) about the miraculous properties of these pillowcases: wrinkle reduction, no puffiness in the morning, and more. I immediately Googled the pillowcases (he told me they were made by Ponds Institute or a Ponds-related company), and I found them immediately at Bergdorf Goodman. I ordered one. I have used it every day since, and I'm thrilled with it.
Called "Sleeping Beauty: 12 Ways to Get Gorgeous While You Snooze" in the Zoe Report, the iLuminage Skin Rejuvenating Pillowcase ($60) is everything I had anticipated. Here is the scoop.
- Fight wrinkles with your eyes closed. iLuminage offers you an overnight solution to help maintain your skin's youthful appearance and minimize the visible signs of aging, including fine lines, wrinkles, and lack of smoothness.
- Pillowcase fibers are carefully embedded with Copper Oxide, derived from a well-known essential mineral.
- Clinically proven in controlled, double-blind trials to reduce the appearance of wrinkles for smoother, younger-looking skin in as little as four weeks with a continuing effect over time.
- Safe and non-irritating.
Just slip the pillowcase over your pillow so that night after night your skin gets the anti-aging beauty sleep it needs for a smoother and fresher appearance. The pillowcase is machine-washable; it can be put in your washer and dryer or hung to dry without softener or dryer sheets.
I've been using mine for two months, and I adore it. Is it worth $60? That's less than one jar of moisturizer. You bet! Plus, it's really soft and comfy - luxurious.
My iLuminage Skin Rejuvenating Pillowcase is now a permanent part of my life. I need to order a few more and stock up. I doubt the pillowcases will be discontinued; I'm just paranoid through experience. The iLuminage Skin Rejuvenating Pillowcase has already won a Neiman Marcus Beauty Award.
You can purchase the iLuminage Skin Rejuvenating Pillowcase at Neiman Marcus and Bergdorf Goodman online. If you Google it, you will find a few more sources. Now you know my secret.
Photo courtesy of Bergdorf Goodman