3 Cooling Anti-Aging Products To Help You Wake Up Looking Younger
Turn back the clock almost overnight.
Turning back the clock to nix tired eyes or achy feet almost overnight sounds too good to be true. But, this dream can be a reality thanks to cooling anti-aging products. The latest chilled sleep accessories not only act like wearable A/C, they’re packed with head-to-toe beauty benefits so you’ll sleep great and wake up refreshed. Plus, you can snag some of these products for under $25 — an amazing deal. Here are three products to help you brighten eyes, soothe swollen feet, and keep frizzy strands at bay.
A frozen eye mask brightens eyes.
When stored in the freezer, the gel beads in a sleep mask, like Earth Therapeutics Gel Bead Sleep Mask (Buy from Target, $9.99), become frozen, so once placed on the eyes, it rests on pulse points near the temples to cool off the entire body immediately. Even better? The cold shrinks blood vessels to reduce dark under-eye circles by morning.
Chilly socks de-puffs swollen feet.
Slipping feet into cold socks, like NatraCure Cold Therapy Socks (Buy from NatraCure.com, $24.99), before bed cools off nerveendings on feet to lower overall body temperature. And since each sock includes an ice pack that rests underneath the foot and a removable pack that can be placed over the toes or behind the heel they also help de-puff and soothe swollen, achy feet.
An ice cap thwarts frizzy strands.
A sleep cap that’s lined with chilled gel inserts, like BodyProx Head Gel Ice Cap (Buy from Amazon, $18.99), cools the head — one of the warmest parts of the body — helping keep the entire body degrees cooler as you sleep. Bonus: The soft cap protects the hair shaft from damage-causing friction created when hair rubs against a pillowcase while tossing and turning.
A version of this article originally appeared in our print magazine, First For Women.
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