How are thousands of people are restoring a youthful look and feel to their skin by changing one thing they do before bed?
Do you have bed skin?
No, you didn’t read that wrong. “Bed skin”. It’s a little known problem that millions of people wake up with every morning. These people wake up every day with the unfortunate realization that their skin hasn’t healed and restored overnight the way it should. Bags under your eyes, sagging skin, wrinkles, acne…
These are all “bed skin”.
Signs your not getting the sleep your body needs every night. According to Web MD “sleep may be the closest thing there is to a fountain of youth. Your body repairs itself and recovers while you snooze, and that leads to a long list of benefits for your looks. The key is to get enough shut-eye — 7 to 9 quality hours each night.”
Notice they said “quality” hours of sleep. Even the people who are getting the recommended number of hours of sleep aren’t getting the quality of sleep their skin and hair need to rejuvenate overnight.
The repercussions of missing sleep
The point is when you miss out on sleep (whether it’s too short or too restless), your whole body suffers. Look at this list of just 10 symptoms of poor sleep:
• Lower IQ
• Weaker lobito
• Tired, sagging skin
• Increased risk of heart problems
• Thinner hair
• Greater risk of acne
• Low energy
• Faster development of wrinkles
Again, those are just a few symptoms. Your whole body suffers when you sleep bad — your beauty is just the tip of the iceberg. And getting good sleep can have major effects. Effects that are immediately noticeable. Michael Breus, PhD, a board-certified sleep specialist says that getting 1 to 3 more hours of quality sleep could improve your skin in as little as a day. Keep it up, and “within 2 to 3 weeks, people will notice that you’re sleeping better by the way you look,” Breus says.
Getting good sleep can have major effects on your beauty.
Effects that are immediately noticeable.
It’s obvious that the fastest way you can help your skin repair itself over night is by getting a better sleep. But how do you do it naturally without getting hooked on pills or spending thousands of dollars on special mattresses and pillows?
Thousands of people have uncovered an easy way to sleep better and restore a youthful look and feel to their skin that you can take advantage of this week. It’s a special solution you spray on your skin right before bed.
Introducing EASE magnesium — A totally natural way to fight “bed skin”.
This natural spray moisturizes your skin and helps it heal while you sleep. It’s a spray that over 100,000 people trust to help them sleep better at night and look better during the day.
If you don’t believe that by helping you sleep, EASE can also help your skin rejuvenate, then take a look at this statistic below. The rise in sleep problems in America can be directly linked to the rise in skin problems in America.
Better Sleep = Better Skin
An estimated 88 million Americans have problems sleeping every night, while 85 million Americans are affected by skin problems.
The connection is obvious.
Better sleep = Better skin.
Things like stress, night cramps and hormone imbalances disrupt our sleep and keep our skin from getting the healing sleep it needs. EASE eliminates all these problems. And it has the added benefit of supporting over 600 healthy functions in the human body.
How EASE Helps You Sleep
The magnesium in EASE naturally activates neurotransmitters in your brain that reduce stress and relax muscles. Your body transitions into a deep state of calm, and you fall asleep faster and stay asleep longer.
- It optimizes sleep cycles by controlling the release of melatonin before and during sleep.
- Just like Ambien, this mineral aids neurotransmitters (GABBA receptors) that reduce unwanted nerve movement during the night.
- Powerful magnesium even helps suppress hormone and mood disorders like stress and sadness that inhibit quality sleep
The main reason EASE helps with sleep can be explained in much simpler terms though.
EASE helps you sleep because it’s the most effective way to give your body a natural supply of magnesium each day and night. Not getting enough magnesium has a disruptive and negative effect on your ability sleep.
More than just sleep
Other benefits of the magnesium in EASE include…
• Reducing oily skin
• Fighting acne
• Reducing stress
• Improving cellular health
The magnesium in EASE is one of nature’s most well researched health boosters, known to make you fall asleep fast and wake up with beautiful skin!
Now you may be wondering…
If magnesium is the secret to deeper sleep and healthier looking skin, can’t I just take magnesium pills?
Why magnesium sprays?
Well, you can but it’s not recommended. Your skin actually absorbs the magnesium better than your gut. It’s a fact. A growing body of research shows that magnesium sprays applied to your skin work far better than oral supplements.
Magnesium sprayed on your skin also has the added benefit of moisturizing your skin and nourishing the elasticity.
The dangers of pills and powders
Magnesium pills and powders are extremely taxing on your digestive system. You can actually cause serious damage by ingesting magnesium in large quantities. You risk diarrhea and even kidney problems taking magnesium this way.
And you won’t be able to sleep very well if you’re waking up having to run to the bathroom in the middle of the night.
Ease is side effect-free
EASE is a safe, side effect-free way to get more magnesium daily and reverse aged, tired looking skin. It’s a 100% pure product that contains only 2 ingredients:
1. An ultra absorbable form of magnesium
2. Purified water
This is the same magnesium you’ll find in the Dead Sea, and it has been on Earth since its creation. It is 100% natural, purified and healthy.
Spray EASE on before bed for a great sleep. Wake up in the morning with great skin. Within a few moments of EASE hitting your skin, your body will start responding positively.
The powerful magnesium in EASE alleviates…
• Joint pain
• Muscle aches
All within seconds! And it does it all naturally using the mineral that nature has made available to our bodies for these problems.
Restore your body's magnesium levels
Most importantly, spraying your body with EASE just a few times a day will help restore your body’s magnesium levels and reverse magnesium deficiency (the root cause of your sleep problems). Seriously, I encourage you to type “health benefits of magnesium” into your search engine. You won’t just find skin related benefits. The studies and lists of other benefits you’ll find are staggering.
an essential mineral
Your body really does rely on this mineral for so many functions and if you have bad skin or are experiencing bad sleep night after night, chances are you are not getting enough of this master mineral!
Your skin needs EASE magnesium.
No more magnesium deficiency. No more bad sleeps. No more bad skin. These are the reasons that EASE is so popular.
Thousands of people have already uncovered this easy way to sleep better and rejuvenate their skin naturally… have you?
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