{Giveaway} A Wrinkle-Preventing Beauty Pillow

Pamela Governale and her FOF mom, Angela, are giving away their brilliant invention, the Vanity Pillow.

To enter, tell us in the comments below: Do you sleep on your face, side or back?
Thank you for commenting this contest is now closed.

Convinced that a lifetime of sleeping facedown was causing facial wrinkles, Pamela Governale set to work designing a pillow that would help her sleep comfortably face-up.  Her FOF mom, Angela, sewed the first Vanity Pillow prototype.

“We protect our skin from the sun; we moisturize; we use anti-wrinkle creams and under-eye serums; and then we spend all night squashing our faces into a pillow,” says Pamela. Her Vanity Pillow works by ensuring the user sleeps face-up which relieves pressure on existing wrinkles on cheeks, under the eyes and forehead. It also ensures a smudge-free slumber for women who like to slather on night creams.

“It’s relaxing to snooze on your tummy, but to avoid wrinkles, flip over…. A vanity pillow cradles your head, preventing tossing and turning,” wrote InStyle editors in a recent glowing review.

To enter to win the Vanity Pillow, tell us in the comments, below: Do you sleep on your face, side or back?
Thank you for commenting this contest is now closed.

(See all our past winners, here.)

291 Responses to “{Giveaway} A Wrinkle-Preventing Beauty Pillow”

  1. Marian says:

    I sleep with my face to the right side.
    Thank you.

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  2. Murphy says:

    Mainly my back

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  3. Dianne Madison says:

    I sleep on my side

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  4. Sweet says:

    I’m always turning from one side to the other and when I accidently fall sleep on my back I always end up having the most horrible nightmares there is
    OMG! I probably full of wrinkles that I created on my own Why do I do this to myself?

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  5. kimberley rankin says:

    Hi!
    I sleep on my left side. My face is pretty much wrinkle free with the help,of botox and a few other fillers, except for a line running from the bottom of my nose to spot in between my lips. The faint line on the other side of my face is not so pronounced. I am a senior citizen, counting my pennies. Do you ever offer promotions. Thank you for your consideration.

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  6. Nancy says:

    Originally I slept on my stomach, but slowly switched to my side.

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  7. Elena says:

    I try not to sleep on my sides, but that’s the way
    unfortunately I found myself in the mornings!

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  8. Deborah G. says:

    I sleep on my side. Every morning I wake up, I can now tell which side I slept on the that night by simply looking in the mirror!
    Aghast!

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  9. Linda Willmann says:

    I sleep on my back, yet I have the habit of turning my head to the side in my sleep, which results in scrunching up the skin on the side of my face. This is causing a deepening crease. I am frantic to stop doing this. So far I have been unable to devise a way to stop this.

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  10. Terri says:

    I sleep on my side and burrow my face in my pillow.

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  11. Carol B says:

    I honestly try not to sleep face down but always end up doing it! I’ll start out face up but by morning my face and all the cream on it ends up face down on my pillow. I’ve tried countless different brands of pillows & neck rolls but so far…nothings helped so far! I’d love to win this one! Sounds like it might do the trick since the inventor had the same problem.

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  12. Karen says:

    Back, Side, Side. :o)

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  13. Carol says:

    I sleep with my face to the side although I sleep on my stomach

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  14. Marcia says:

    Heard on THE DOCTORS show today that stomach sleeping results in facial wrinkles. I need to test your pillow to see if it works on the side of my face that gives how I sleep away!!!! Yes I am a stomach sleeper in need of reform. Help me please.

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  15. Ruth Wenning says:

    I sleep on my side. I have a large bust so can’t not sleep on my stomach and don’t like to sleep on my back.

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  16. Pinkerbelle says:

    I’m all over the place; that’s why my morning ‘do always looks like I’ve mixed it up with the egg beater!

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  17. Paula Owens says:

    I “circle” sleep – start out on face, then left side, back, right side, back to face… !!

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  18. margara says:

    ive always tried to sleep on my back without actually achieving it.. finally a pillow that helps do so! i end up on my face everyday….and i might be too old for it, but i will lend it to my daughter…see if shell get her own!!!

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  19. Cynthia Madsen says:

    Sleep on my side as the hips just plain hurt sometimes.

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  20. Merlin78639 says:

    I nap on my back, but sleep on my side, I think…I feel much like the earlier commenter who told about having cancer…I have muscular dystrophy…there, I’ve said it, too. It changes the way one moves, affects sleep patterns, and after a while, makes sleeping difficult. Anything that might add to bedtime comfort would be wonderful.

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  21. Val says:

    I sleep mostly on either side. I used to sleep with my face in the pillow but having a neck problem means that that isn’t a good idea any more.

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  22. Becky McKinney says:

    I can only sleep on my side with a foam pillow in between my legs. The pillow goes everywhere with me.

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  23. Christine says:

    I sleep on my back 90% of the time, but do turn from side to side.

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  24. Christine says:

    I sleep on my back 90% of the time, but do roll from side to side.

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  25. mary frey says:

    She looks like she dreaming of a sweet white christmas.

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  26. Maureen says:

    I sleep on my left side, hence my right side looks better! Smile!
    Merry Christmas!!!

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  27. Carmen T says:

    I always sleep on my back, with an occassional side roll. Can’t sleep on my stomach. The pillow looks like an interesting concept. Hope to win one.

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  28. Jill M says:

    I shift from side to side.

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  29. denise tarver says:

    I sleep on my side (both) and back.

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  30. Ysconsin says:

    I usually go to sleep on my side, semi-curled up, but I usually wake up to find I have rolled to my stomach. I’m trying to train myself to sleep on my back for posture reasons, so this pillow would really help.

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  31. Denise Medvid says:

    I almost always start on my side but sometimes I end up with almost my entire face in the pillow!

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  32. Denise Medvid says:

    I always start out on my left side but can end up with almost my entire face in the pillow!

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  33. Rebecca says:

    I sleep on my side.

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  34. Ruth says:

    When I am extremely tired if I’m on my back I stay there all night. Then sometimes I curl up on my side but end up moving after awhile.

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  35. Lori testo says:

    I have cancer, there, I said it. So I do not get very much sleep. I have always slept on my belly, but always WANTED to sleep on my back, I knew it would make less wrinkles, and now because of chemo and loss of weight, I have wrinkles in places that I thought you could never get wrinkles! Sure would like to try your product, something I could share with other patients at chemo,,thanks and my God bless you and your venture and bring favor into all you do.

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  36. Rose says:

    I do sleep on my side, which relieve pressure on my lower back. I am always impressed though with those who have new ideas and are able to bring them to market.

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  37. doreen hicks says:

    I find it very comfortable to sleep on my side. The position doesn’t last through the night because I think it is only natural to toss a little. I usually end up on my side again.

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  38. Lisa Brown says:

    I sleep on my back most of the time and sometimes on my side, cannot sleep on my stomach anymore due to a bad back. This would be a great prize to win!

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  39. Margie says:

    I sleep on my left side

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  40. off2thespa says:

    back!

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  41. Kristine P says:

    I change it up but mostly sleep on my side.

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  42. Rochelle Drucker says:

    I sleep most of the time on my back and on my right side with my cat sleeping in the crook of my legs! I have never been able to sleep face down. It hurts my neck!

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  43. Jane says:

    I sleep on my side. I wish I could sleep on my back, but have never found a comfortable way to do so. This pillow sounds like the answer!

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  44. Sue S. says:

    I sleep on my right side only. I used to sleep on my left side then changed when I tore the left rotator cuff while bench pressing…

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  45. judy thompson says:

    I sleep on my side and 9 times out of 10 I wake with lines on my cheek, I sleep hard, it takes half a day to go away!

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  46. Caroline Nolan says:

    I sleep on my side with my hand under my face but I flip from side to side all night long.

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  47. Natalie J. Vandenberghe says:

    I sleep on my side.

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  48. MARY B says:

    If I’m just napping, I sleep on my back, otherwise I sleep on my side or my stomach.

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  49. Wendy says:

    I now start out sleeping on my back. My left side has two sleep wrinkles since that is how I had slept for years until I looked at my face and realized what caused them. I usually wake up on my back, but this pillow would ensure me to sleep the proper way for sure.

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  50. GINGER Mc says:

    I sleep on my side, switching sides in my sleep.

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  51. Gina P says:

    I used to sleep on my stomach – now I sleep on my side, but sometimes still find I wake up on my stomach with a pillow over my face!

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  52. linda says:

    I am a side sleeper, right up to the edge of “my” side of the bed. It has been distressing, over the years, to discover a new wrinkle on my face, and think it is just from the sheets, and then realize that it is now a permanent feature of my face!

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  53. Pamela says:

    I start out on my side but end up on my back by morning.

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  54. Christine Fleckenstein says:

    I have always taken care of my skin, removing makeup before bed, night time moisturizer, daily moisturizer w/SPF, eye cream – after all…its your face! I try to always sleep on my back (especially now that I’m approaching 45!) as I have felt for a long time that “squishing” your face for 7 hours a night would cause wrinkles (kind of like drinking from a straw or smoking!)

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  55. jeanice says:

    i sleep on my face

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  56. Martha says:

    I sleep on the side.

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  57. Susan Day Pfeifer says:

    I usually sleep on my side.

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  58. Anne says:

    I sleep on my left side with a leg pillow between my knees. I don’t move all night.

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  59. Patricia Locke says:

    I start out on my back to relax, then switch to my side to sleep.

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  60. Sheila says:

    I sleep on my side, but try to rest my head from ear on back instead of creasing cheek. Any truth to using a silk pillowcase to help your hair and skin?

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  61. kay wolter says:

    I sleep all over I can not get comfortable…..

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  62. bonnie says:

    I sleep on my side

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  63. susan says:

    I want to actually sleep on my back – but I start on my side and usually wake up on my tummy, with my face squished into a pillow canyon. arrgh!

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  64. Eileen Samuels says:

    I sleep on my side and would love to win a new pillow as pillows are very hard to decide upon when buying new

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  65. hofken says:

    I start out on my side, end up on my back, snore . . . and then my husband tells me to roll back over on my side.

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  66. Darnell says:

    I sleep on my left side. Two years ago this month I tried sleeping on my back and or the right side, since I had to have surgery on my left side. I had cancer in the left kidney, but after not being able to sleep, I found a way to sort of tilt my boy to the left. Sometimes during the night I will turn over and sleep on the right side but to really get to sleep, the left side it is.

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  67. Pam Williams says:

    I think I sleep most of the time on my right side but may also turn on to my back and left side for part of the night. I used to always sleep on my left but after a motorcycle accident shattered several ribs on my left side, I had to learn to sleep on my right and it was not easy to change.

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  68. Anna says:

    I could really use this pillow, since I sleep on my face. Maybe I would look better?

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  69. Mickey says:

    I start out on the left side, eventually move to the right side and, yes, I also have neck pain. This definitely looks like it could help!

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  70. alwazalady says:

    Due to back issues, I sleep on my side in a fetal position with a pillow under my head and also in front of me for cuddling. I have the posture pedic pillows and they are so hard I beat them up due to frustration. I cannot believe I wasted so much money on these boulders. I need to be saved by the “Pillow Angel”. HELP!

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  71. Carina Ljungqvist says:

    I sleep mostly on my side (both left and right). Occasionally I sleep on my back — at least for a while and then I turn to my side.

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  72. Mary Lynn Siba says:

    I usually sleep on my right side and when I wake up in the morning sometimes I find wrinkles on the side I slept on.

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  73. kim jackson says:

    I sleep on my left side,.

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  74. Margarida says:

    I always sleep on my tummy; I sleep face down.

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  75. Patricia Assanowicz says:

    I do love to sleep on my face, my pillow is so uncomfortable I can feel my face squishing and at 55 I think I have squished long enough. Now I sleep on my left side, although I still have a tendency to turn my face “almost” into my pillow, it took awhile but I believe I have trained myself to stay on my left side or on my back, funny as we get older how aware we are that even sleeping the wrong way can affect to much pressure on wrinkles, I am trying to keep my uniform. lol, Merry Christmas to all at FabOverFifty.

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  76. Kim Cage says:

    I sleep on my right side with my that half of my face mushed in my pillow, but during the course of the night
    I go every which way until morning when I am usually back to my right side.

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  77. VALERIE says:

    CHEEK AGAINST PILLOW IS MY WAY–EITHE SIDE..

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  78. Shawna says:

    I usually start on my right side and during the night switch to the left.

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  79. Debi Callahan says:

    I sleep on my side, usually my right side but sometimes switch to the left side. I would love to win this pillow and I hope it will help me sleep more comfortably

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  80. crm says:

    I start on my back but always end up on my left side. Have been told by a doctor to sleep on my back…this pillow looks just right to help keep me there.

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  81. Terry says:

    I toss and turn most nights and sleep on all sides, have yet to find the perfect pillow. This sounds like a great new way to sleep comfortably on back I would love to try it and it would be an added bonus to have less facial wrinkles.

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  82. Judy L. Mahon says:

    Well, I start out on my left side, reading in bed. Then, when I drop the book due to fatigue I tend to flip over onto my back after a bit.

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  83. Chantal says:

    wow, I need this pillow…I have so much trouble @ night tossing & turning, this would be a Godsend! ♥♥♥

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  84. sharon w. says:

    I move around at night and end up on my right side. When I am aware of what I am doing I move to my back. my best sleep comes on my back.

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  85. B R Klucsarits says:

    I just recently read where sleepin on your face is not a very good idea and it all made sense to me. I used to mainly sleep on my left side but now I try to stay on my back. It works really well until I fall asleep then I must roll over because usually I wake up on my side.

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  86. Katherine says:

    I always sleep on my side – the Vanity Pillow makes sense, and we need all the help we can get!

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  87. Teri says:

    I sleep on my back in a recliner. Once in awhile I end up on one side or the other.

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  88. Kelle Lemmel says:

    I start out on my back then eventually during the night I find myself face down with my face squashed into my pillow. I have neck pain issue. It looks like this pillow could also be used to support the neck.

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  89. JAN SALVADOR says:

    I sleep on my left side.

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  90. Belinda Drew says:

    I sleep on my right side with my hand under my face.

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  91. Leona E Gibbs says:

    I sleep on my side. But I flip from side to side all night long.

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  92. carolyn mirabella says:

    I sleep on my side and then move to stomach
    would love to try your pillow at 68 I need all the help I can get told I still looke good for my age need a pillow that will help me sleep deeply and not leave wrinkles when I wake up

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  93. Linda Schorel says:

    I would love anything that could help me be less of an insomciac

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  94. Janet Luttschwager says:

    I sleep curled up on my side with my pillow tucked around my neck

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  95. elise says:

    I have trouble sleeping face up. I sleep either on my right or left side. It certainly makes sense that sleeping face up may prevent wrinkles. I would like to give this pillow a try.

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  96. Julie says:

    i start off on my side, then just as i am about to fall asleep, i roll over on my back.

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  97. zoe lee says:

    side 🙂

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  98. Peggy says:

    I sleep on my left side. I used to sleep on my stomach, but my husband (the chiropractor) would wake me up because he said it was a bad position for me to sleep in.

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  99. sleeping habits says:

    Start off sleeping on left side then switch to right then back to left etc, throughout the night.

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  100. Bev says:

    I start out on my back then move to my side.

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  101. Marsha says:

    Side sleeper with the wrinkles to prove it.

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  102. Renee J. says:

    I sleep on my side, but would love to have a pillow such as this!

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  103. dani says:

    I’m all over the place. I would love to have a pillow like this that would keep me from tossing and turning. There’s nothing worse than waking up with pillow marks all over your face, except for maybe the permanent wrinkles you can get after years of sleeping on your face.

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  104. jgr says:

    both sides

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  105. Kai W. says:

    I sleep on my back due to my mattress. I really sleep on my side so my allergy don’t flare up while I’m trying to fall asleep.

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  106. Pat says:

    I sleep om my side. Would love to win!!!

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  107. Sue Zinger says:

    I would dearly love to have one of your pillows. Thank you for enterinf me in your contest.

    Sue

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  108. Pamela Wood says:

    I always sleep on my side.

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  109. Jessie Barsin says:

    I sleep anyway I can! Sleeping is my favorite activity…my most restorative time! I am not always good at it, and my face could use some improvement. The wrinkles aren’t bad (yet), but given my (sometimes) sleep deprivation, I’d like to see some improvement. I still have time!

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  110. kim morgan says:

    I sleep on my face and move around a lot.
    thanks
    kim

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  111. Helen Trautman says:

    I sleep on my left side –

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  112. judy Frederick says:

    I sleep on my left side most of the time. It is the most comfortable.

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  113. Chuck says:

    On my Side

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  114. Donna says:

    I sleep on both right and left sides. My left side, near my eye has more wrinkles.

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  115. Kwei-Yin Lastrico says:

    I sleep on my side and back.

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  116. Leslie says:

    I used to sleep on my back however, an orthepedist told me that sleeping on my back was contributing to my bad back. Now I sleep on my side and have wrinkles!

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  117. JunieB says:

    Sleep any way I can….hot flashes suck the sleep right out of you!!!!

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  118. glenda mccomas says:

    I sleep on my stomach, with my face burried in my pillow. I would love to have a pillow that would help my change that habit.

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  119. glenda mccomas says:

    I sleep on my stomach, with my face burried in the pillow.I would love to have a pillow that would help me change that habit and sleep on my back,

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  120. Joanne Vicente says:

    While I sleep on my side, I need a C-PAP machine to help me breathe during the night. That leaves nasty marks on my face all the time. The pillow marks just make it all worse!

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  121. Jenny hebert says:

    Side

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  122. Maria Vella says:

    I sleep on my side, usually my right side.

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  123. Debbie Sorg says:

    I sleep on my sides primaryily, and occasionally on my back. Never on my stomach.

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  124. Charlie Jeanne Klumpp says:

    I sleep on my back (ever since open heart surgery). My amazing disappearing skin collagen pushes me onto my back, too. If I “sleep in” creases, it takes longer and longer for the “sleep wrinkles” to fade after I start my day. No time for that!

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  125. DIANA DAVILA says:

    I start out on my side, but by morning I am on my stomach.

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  126. karen says:

    happy holidays,
    alas, i sleep on my side, and i know better! i would love to try your pillow, it would be the perfect 59th birthday gift! thanks for the chance,
    Karen

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  127. Caroline Schwarz says:

    I sleep on my side, more often on the left and wake up with a big crease. I sure would like to try this pillow.

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  128. Caroline Schwarz says:

    I sleep on my left side most of the time and sometimes I wake up with a big crease on my cheek. I woulkd like to try this pillow.

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  129. Hewsin says:

    I sleep on my stomach, which means I’m always sleeping on my face and as I’ve been getting older I’ve been worried about acquiring wrinkles on my face.

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  130. Phyllis says:

    I guess I know why I have wrinkles now! I always sleep on my face….but at least I have hope and knowledge now!

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  131. Patti says:

    My side….

    I’m really liking this giveaway! Thanks….

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  132. Karen says:

    My Mom always said to sleep face up to stay wrinkle-free, and she was proof it worked! So I always start on my back, face up, convinced I’ll stay that way since I’m a deep sleeper and don’t move around too much… and I wake up every morning on my side!

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  133. Charleen B Dowell says:

    I sleep on my back and sometimes on my right side. I cannot sleep on my left side because of a tear in my hip muscle. I have Fibromyalgia so I do not sleep good at night. I try natural sleep remedies and only take a sleeping pill is I haven’t slept in several nights. One day I will try these pillows.

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  134. Patricia N says:

    I sleep on my side, or sometimes halfway on my stomach with my face smashed into the pillow. I could use this wrinkle-preventing pillow!

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  135. E.D. says:

    I tend to sleep on my right side most of the time.

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  136. Barbara DeCraene says:

    I fall asleep on my side but when I wake I am usually sleeping on my back.

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  137. Ketty Calzadilla says:

    I sleep on my side.

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  138. iclaudius says:

    I sleep on my back – this pillow would be a perfect head rest.

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  139. Sanda Martel says:

    I had always slept on my left side until about one year ago, when I read that sleeping on the back will help prevent wrinkles. Why didn’t they tell us this years ago? Now I’ve started sleeping on my back.

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  140. Jackie Barham says:

    I sleep on my face and always have. Crud … I never thought about that it would cause wrinkles. I REALLY need this pillow because I can’t not sleep on my tummy with my face in the pillow.

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  141. carol says:

    I kind’a sleep on my side of my face. I try to be sure there are no wrinkles in my pillowcase so I don’t wake up with a big crease on my cheek.

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  142. Leslie Carcaise says:

    I mostly sleep on my side which is a terrible way to sleep if you’re worried about crows feet. But I can’t help it, this sounds like it would help alot.

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  143. Reba Smith says:

    I sleep on my back

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  144. Ellen says:

    I sleep best on my right side. Would not be able to sleep on my back and I think that sleeping on my stomach would give me even more wrinkles. But then, maybe they would more evenly distributed as I’d switch my face from left to right & vice versa? Awwww!

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  145. Erin Oates says:

    I am a side sleeper — usually on my left side. I try to alternate sides as sleeping on one side only leaves the under-eye on that side extra dark!

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  146. Gigi Barrett says:

    I always start to sleep on my back, but somehow end up lying on my face. I hope that your pillow will end this problem.

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  147. lindalou says:

    I flip-flop from side-to-side during the night.

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  148. Karen says:

    I sleep on my back an side an stomack.
    I seem to turn a lots at night .

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  149. Donna Evangelisti says:

    I fall asleep on my right side. During the night I move to my left side and my back. I never sleep on my stomach.

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  150. Carol says:

    I have slept on my side ever since my first pregnancy!

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  151. Marcie says:

    Back!

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  152. Coleta Schwartz says:

    I always start on my back, but heaven only knows how I will wake in the morning. It’s not unusual to wake up on my side, stomach or some distorted angle.

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  153. Shannon says:

    I sleep mostly on my back. My husband wakes up a lot during the night. I apparently snore a lot as well as stop breathing while I’m sleeping. It would be cool to win this because it may actually help. Thank you for the chance.

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  154. robin says:

    I sleep on the side of my face

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  155. Sonja Turetsky says:

    I sleep on either side of my face. At the tender age of 68 could use all the help I can get to staying pretty. Wrinkling comes with age and the older I get, the more I live, the more I wrinkle, and the happier I am when I awake each day, wrinkles et al.

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  156. Ann says:

    I used to sleep on my stomach/face. Now I sleep mostly on my side, but occasionally on my back. A lot depends on if my head is hurting or my sinuses are bothering me. I don’t usually have any trouble sleeping, and I am grateful for that! I am also glad that wrinkles haven’t attacked yet, and I’d like to keep it that way! It sounds like this pillow could help.

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  157. Samantha says:

    Are you kidding??? Any ‘thing’ that might reduce, eliminate
    wrinkles without surgery is something I’d love!!!
    I generally sleep on my side…

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  158. nannette robinson says:

    I start out trying to sleep on my back, but I somehow end up on my side. I need more support than I get to sleep comfortably.

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  159. Sandra Whipple says:

    I sleep on my side with my face pressed into the pillow hard. I wake up with wrinkles around my eyes. I have tried other pillows for this, but they don’t work. I am frustrated, because I can’t sleep on my back. Help

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  160. Shari says:

    I’m a side sleeper… and every once in awhile I roll onto my back…

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  161. Debbie Bain says:

    I go to sleep on my side. If I shift to my back during the night I will start snoring and my husband wakes me up and tells me to turn over…

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  162. Linda says:

    I sleep on my side most of the time, usually toss and turn and drive my husband and little yorkie crazy. I can see wrinkles forming on one side of my check.

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  163. Barbara says:

    Sleep on my side.

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  164. roneifeld says:

    I sleep on my side. I do have trouble sleeping as do many of us FOF’s. When I first come to bed I lay on my husband’s chest. Something about that is very comforting. Then after a few minutes I turn the other way on my side. This pillow would be wonderful not only for wrinkles, but for a good night’s sleep.

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  165. Lois LeBlanc says:

    I AM A 65 YEAR OLD WOMAN WHO TOSSES AND TURNS ALL NIGHT LONG. THEREFORE, I SLEEP ON MY FACE, BACK AND SIDE FOR ONLY 4-5 HOURS NIGHTLY.

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  166. joy tretler says:

    side sleeper

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  167. Anne Messina says:

    I sleep on my side. Will the magic pillow prevent the wrinkles on the sides of my face?

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  168. jeanine davis says:

    Unfortunately, I sleep on my side. Would love to try this pillow. Lord knows I really need it!

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  169. Annette Frey says:

    I sleep on my side and definitely favor one side over the other but I am re-thinking my sleeping now! What a great product!

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  170. Leslie says:

    Wow….given crunching on the computer 8-10 hrs daily for work I am a mess when I finally fall asleep and while I try to stay on my back, I confess I love to sleep on my side and oh yes……there are those endless wrinkles!!!!

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  171. sherie says:

    for me, sleeping on my face is impossible since my back surgery. which now i find out is good for me. i do sleep on my side alot. toss from one side to the other. i do find that sleeping on my back is better for me if i can fall asleep that way. like you said…we must need the right kind of pillow to keep us from tossing and turning. love to try the pillow! sounds like it would be comfortable and also great to reduce the wrinkles on my face! good luck to all…and happy holidays!!

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  172. Bekki says:

    I normally sleep on my right side. Lately I av been tossing and turning all over.

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  173. Anna says:

    I start out sleeping on my back but, during the night I must turn on to my side.

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  174. Bev says:

    I sleep on my side. I would love the vanity pillow.

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  175. Diane Eckstine says:

    WOULD LOVE TO WIN…..

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  176. judy says:

    I sleep on my side, usually on a wedge. So in the morning I have slipped to the end of it. Due to neck pain and GERD this is necessary. How nice to be able to get some comfort from this wonderful pillow

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  177. Elena says:

    I try to sleep on my back, but it is really hard!…I just don’t want any more wrinkles!

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  178. Eugenie says:

    I usually sleep on my back.

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  179. rjcard123 says:

    I sleep on my side. Would love to sleep on my back

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  180. Debbie Friedman says:

    I start off sleeping on my side, trying to sleep on the corner of the pillow, so my whole face doesn’t get mushed..Of course, during the night I flip from side to side .
    No one likes a mush face in the morning, especially since it takes longer to go away, the older you get!!

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  181. shewalk says:

    I usually sleep on my side.

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  182. JoAnn Langdon says:

    What a great prize! I start off on my back, but spend most of my sleep on my side.

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  183. FAITH says:

    I’m a side sleeper.

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  184. Beth says:

    I sleep on my side, wish I could sleep on my back.

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  185. steph says:

    I sleep on my stomach. I know I shouldn’t 🙁

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  186. johnnywray witten says:

    That would be great to sleep on. Better dreams!

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  187. Robyn Ely says:

    I sleep on my side. This makes sense, I have wrinkles on that side of my face and the other side does not. This sounds great, would love to try it .

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  188. LADY-V says:

    sounds like a wrinkle free nite …….able 2 sleep tight n snug zzzzzzz…sign me up

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  189. Christian says:

    I sleep on my back!

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  190. Connie Bagnoli says:

    I sleep on my side, I try to sleep on my back but I wake up snoring it only happens when I sleep on my back, I don’t like to sleep on my side because I know it causes wrinkles.I would love to have this pillow.

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  191. Blair Miller says:

    Due to having Severe Neck pain & Fibromyalgia I toss & turn all night long. SOmetimes I sleep on my side but lately on my stomach Oh i hate wrinkles.

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  192. Patricia says:

    Side sleeper!

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  193. Mary Sims says:

    A side sleeper who would love love love this pillow!

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  194. Blair M says:

    Would really love to win this pillow, Due to neck & back Pain I sleep usually on my side, and i see the indentations on my face when i wake up.

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  195. belindabg says:

    I’m a BACK sleeper, have been since birth – some call it the ‘starfish’ position – on my back with arms up over my head most of the time – that’s how I end up, inevitably.
    I start out with the arms under the covers but end up with them over my head. It’s also been called the ‘king’ position. All I know is, I can’t sleep well any other way, and it’s a position best slept in alone – ha! I would love to try this new pillow and see how it could help me – I have new wrinkles developing along the jawline that are really deep and nothing seems to help!

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  196. lalexoff says:

    always on my side or stomach!…I could really use this pillow, as I know this is not good for my face.

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  197. Jacqualin says:

    I sleep on my side mostly. I try to sleep on my back by employing and oat hull pillow under my neck, but I stilll find myself crawling back to my old side habit

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  198. Kimberly says:

    I usuallly sleep on my side.

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  199. Deb says:

    SIDE!!
    Would love this pillow.

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  200. Irene Friedman says:

    I’m a side sleeper, always have been. After 56 years I can see it’s effects starting to appear. Hopefully it’s not too late to slow down the process of aging. My mother, who is 86, is a back sleeper and a snorer. However, she doesn’t look a day over 70. I believe that the way she sleeps has a lot to do with it. I’m thinking right now that snoring is not such a bad thing after all. I’d rather be a snorer with fewer wrinkles that a side sleeper with many wrinkles.

    If the vanity pillow is everything I believe it is, I’d love to sleep with it!

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  201. Donna says:

    I sleep on my side curled up in a fetal postition. I would love one of these pillows! I have problems with my neck so how wonderful to have a pillow that not only helps with wrinkles but lends support. Woo Woo!

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  202. Kimberly says:

    I sleep on my side,for years I slept on my stomache,but a little extra padding in that area stopped that habit plus I started getting back pain. This pillow looks lush and comfortable. Want it!!!

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  203. kat says:

    i sleep on side of face,pillow crunched~ lol

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  204. Maureen Hoffman says:

    I sleep on my right side which always leaves me with morning face wrinkles!

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  205. ruth roscoe says:

    I often sleep on my side but toss and turn a lot. I am 69 and have no wrinkles YET, but i am sure they are coming soon to a face near me and the pillowwould be helpful in preventing them. Thank you

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  206. rezan says:

    I sleep on my back and on my sides.

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  207. ruth roscoe says:

    I am 69, no wrinkles YET but i am sure they are coming soon to a face near me, would like to delay this process as long as possible, am sure the pillow will help. I mostly sleep on my side but am quite restless while sleeping and wake up in all sorts of postures.

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  208. Lori Nicholson says:

    I start on my back but end up on my left side. Due to pain in the right hip I can only stay a few minutes on that side. As with many others, sleeplessness can be a problem at times. Having a new pillow would be heaven!

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  209. karen s says:

    I sleep on my back. But, I toss and turn all night long. So, I roll around a lot. I get up many times during the middle of the night. Too much on my mind I guess. I’d love to have one of these because then I’d consciously try to stay on my back.

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  210. trebleclef says:

    I sleep on all sides, but I often wake up on my back, usually with my head at the top of the bed!

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  211. Toba says:

    Used to sleep on my face but now I sleep on my side or my back.

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  212. Sharon says:

    I usually sleep on my side or back. My neck hurts too much to sleep on my tummy.

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  213. JoAnn Arnold says:

    I slep on either side and sometimes my back, and I would love to have one.

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  214. Judy Guenther says:

    My side!

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  215. Judith Abbott says:

    I have always slept on my tummy, even when at the delivery room in labor! Recently notice really deep wrinkles. Hubby sleeps on his back and at 80 has no wrinkles. I just can’t seem to sleep on my back but would love to win this pillow. Mom is on to something big here.

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  216. fabulous mimi says:

    I sleep on my side because it causes less stress on my back, but this is not so good for my face. I wake up with wrinkle marks on my face from the pillow case. My face also tends to look swollen and puffy from lying in one position all night. Maybe this beauty pillow is just the thing I have been looking for to wake up looking nice and refreshed!

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  217. Janet Keyser says:

    If I can avoid getting any wrinkles, this pillow would be a God-Send!
    It looks like it would also help me sleep better!

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  218. katie says:

    I sleep alternating between my back and side it depends on where the dog is.

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  219. Patricia says:

    I sleep on my back. This pillow looks interesting to try.

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  220. Mollie says:

    I sleep on my right side and when I awake I turn to my back to sleep and hoping to stay that way when I go back to sleep.

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  221. Traci Cooley says:

    I’m a side sleeper!

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  222. Gloria Monroe says:

    I sleep on either side.

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  223. Crystal Walker says:

    I sleep om my side some but I also sleep on my back, I have post polio and it is very hard to get a comfortable position.

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  224. Bettie Claxton says:

    Lucky me! I’m a back sleeper.

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  225. Gloria Monroe says:

    I sleep on either my left or right side.

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  226. Nan1167 says:

    On my side!! so I can be close to my little puppy who sleep between me and my husband, I love to wake up and after I pray look into my husband beautiful sky blue eyes>

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  227. Gloria says:

    Always on my side, unless I’m napping in a recliner.

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  228. Melissa Rey says:

    I try to sleep on my back but generally wake up on my side. Pillow wrinkles are a harbinger of the permanent wrinkles to come…noooooooo
    To fall asleep cradled in the softness of the Vanity pillow sounds like a dream come true.

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  229. K. says:

    I burrow into the covers and lay on my left side or stomach. I wake up often and in the morning I have sleep marks all over my face. I can’t find a pillow that doesn’t make my neck hurt so often I just shove it aside and sleep face down on the mattress.

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  230. Neida Helm says:

    I sleep on my side.

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  231. Barbara Flournoy says:

    I sleep on my side. I have started out on my back but I always wake up on my side.

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  232. Talex says:

    Do you sleep on your face, side or back?

    Would you believe ‘all of the above’? I usually start out lying on my side, but I love to snooze on my tummy. AND I toss and turn a lot during the night. The Vanity Pillow ‘prevents tossing and turning’? – I would really love to test it.

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  233. Susan says:

    I sleep on my right side close to the edge of the bed. Sometimes I have to let my leg hang off the bed, due to a knee injury.

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  234. Joan Brigham says:

    I sleep on my side.

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  235. cindy w says:

    I sleep on my side and unfortunately only one side. I can only sleep on my right side, because of a herniated disc and neuropathy. If I sleep on my back my body goes numb and if I sleep on my face I can’t breathe and sleeping on my left side is too painful. I could really use this for a better night’s sleep and to help save the right side of my face! thank you and Happy Holidays!

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  236. catherine lawton says:

    I use to sleep on my side, a friend told me to sleep on your back it is better way to stop wrinkles, I use two pillows which are sometimes uncomfortable, I would love to win your pillow to sleep on.

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  237. karen says:

    i sleep on my side

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  238. CagedCat says:

    I always start off on my side, but wake up in any number of weird positions. I’ve tried for years to fall asleep on my back, but always end up back on my side… just can’t do it! I’m nearly 41 and my skin is starting to get thinner… I just started noticing this past year that the vessels are breaking in my right cheek from sleeping on that side for so long. I also see the lines under my eyes and around my nose deepening more on that side, from being squooshed every night. Now, my dentist has warned me that the right-side-sleeping is slowing my Invisalign process by pushing the right side of my jaw/teeth, when the braces are trying to pull… just great. I would LOVE to have a solution to all of these problems. Thank you!

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  239. rhonda sudimack says:

    I sleep from side to side or not at all when having hot flashes or night sweats!(menopause)

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  240. Cindy says:

    I usually sleep on my side which I would like to get out of that pattern as I know it causes problems with wrinkles!!

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  241. Andy Lawley says:

    I would LOVE having one of these. I sleep on either side or my back. Add that to our mountain home and life would indeed be perfect!

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  242. susitravl says:

    I sleep on my right side. I wish I could switch it up, because my (not so) Fab Over 50 body is sore when I wake up in the mornings from laying in one position all night.

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  243. Barb says:

    I’m a tummy sleeper….with my head turned to my right… right arm up, left arm down to my side… right knee bent, left knee straight…

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  244. barbara wicklund says:

    I sleep on my side!

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  245. Jacqueline Scott says:

    I sleep mostly on my stomach and sometimes toss and tun to my side. I am a very restless sleeper and would love to have a pillow that would induce to me to sleep one way. Maybe then I would be able to sleep through the night and not wake the next day with lines all over my face.

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  246. Mary Anne Walsh says:

    I sleep on my side…I would love this pillow..what a fabulous thing..every FOF should have this…

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  247. PrincessAngelica says:

    I turn all thru the night but I start out on my side.

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  248. Kim Lencsak says:

    I also sleep on my stomach and I’m sure my face gets smooched and leads to wrinkles. This is a great and unique idea.

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  249. Doreen L says:

    I LUV to sleep on my belly w my arm under my pillow-BUT-not this summer-the previous summer-I FINALLY got a good nites sleep-after a week of bad sleep-woke up-my arm frm the wrist down-was “asleep”. It happens quite often when u sleep like this-but being I was in a sound sleep-it did not “wake-up”! I ended up w radial nerve neuropathy-right hand & wrist-completely DEAD & USELESS-pretty much! Being rt handed-it was horrible! Even a trip to the bathrm was a NITEMARE! Took 7 mons of therapy to get use of my hand back just to even do simple things like hold a pencil! Thank god its better now! Even tho I should be sleeping on my back after this-I still cant fully break the habit. I still find myself on my belly-and yes-w my hand under my pillow!

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  250. beth w. says:

    i am a side sleeper, but a flipper….from side to side. my husband sleeps like the dead, and i feel like a fish out of water, flip-flopping all night long.

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  251. Myrla says:

    I sleep on either side…actually I toss and turn a lot….I’d love to try a new pillow.

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  252. Marcia Robinson says:

    I hope that should I win, it won’t be too late to stop my face wrinkling because I sleep on my right side.

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  253. Beth says:

    I try and sleep on my backbut always end upon my side-left side and I have more wrinkles on that side!!
    I would love to win this pillow and see if I can stay onmy back! Thank you!

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  254. Carol Stark says:

    I tend to sleep on my left side, and I do notice the wrinkles more on that side near my eye area in particular. I would think that this type of pillow would help tremendously in the reduction of fine lines around the eyes, so having one of these might be a great benefit.

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  255. Jean Nagelson says:

    I fall asleep on my tummy. I end up on my back and side most of the time.

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  256. Bobbie Hudson Penick says:

    I sleep on my back! For years I was a side/tummy sleeper until I got fibromyalgia, now I have to sleep on my back or everything hurts worse.

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  257. Ingrid Roberts says:

    I always go to sleep on my left side, love to wake up to no wrinkles.

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  258. Hollis says:

    My preferred/default sleeping position is on my left side. From what I’ve read, this may be tied to your position in the womb, before birth. Of course, if truth be told, my *most common* sleeping position in bolt upright, seated in front of my TV. That’s why I need this pillow, to give me more incentive to “hit the hay” in the *right* way!

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  259. Cheryl Evans says:

    I normally start out on my back, then quickly roll to side when my neck starts getting a kink in it……

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  260. Dawn P says:

    I sleep on the left side!

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  261. Ellen Falkenberry says:

    I sleep on my back or side – either side.

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  262. Erin Walsh says:

    Combination stomach and side sleeper here.

    ewalsh40(at)gmail(dot)com

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  263. Deborah Blake says:

    I sleep on all three throughout the night!

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  264. Treva Snyder says:

    I try to sleep on my back because of neck problems but I usually end up on my side. I am 70 now and my wrinkles are getting worse. I also travel to my kids for the holidays and would love the new pillow. I am also single so need to start looking better in my old age!

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  265. BetsyG says:

    I’m a side sleeper in that infant ball state! Not enough sleep contributes to the new wrinkles I find each morning!

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  266. donna black says:

    sounds like this pillow is worth its weight in gold i would like to have one.

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  267. Lynne says:

    I sleep on my side and I know that I shouldn’t. I didn’t even know about this kind of pillow. I just went on the website and read of the many benefits of the Vanity Pillow and purchased one. I wish that I had a coupon, however, the benefits of the pillow far outweigh the cost. I’d love to win a Vanity Pillow for my sister. She is scheduled for surgery (mid-face) and I’d love to give her one…instead of lending her mine 🙂

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  268. mclarkin says:

    I sleep on either side and every morning when I look in the mirror…. I discover another crinkle, who knew?

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  269. mary ann weed says:

    I sleep on my left side, since I can’t sleep on my right do to a hip replacement recently. It is very hard to find a comfortable position.

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  270. bevena says:

    Oh, I start on my side and at some point turn to the other side….not good for face winkles!! This pillow looks like it would train me to sleep on my back and save my face!

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  271. Margaret says:

    I was always a tummy sleeper. I was diagnosed with a painful, inoperable cervical spine situation nearly 3 years ago, forcing me off my stomach. Better for my neck, maybe, not for the quality of sleep. Can’t seem to find a comfortable pillow. Wishing this could be the solution!

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  272. cyndi says:

    I usually sleep on my side with a neck roll for support.
    I tend to snore on my back too.
    A new pillow would definitely help.

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  273. Carole B Martin says:

    I toss as I heard if you sleep on your back (via Heather Locklear her mom told her) you will not have wrinkles so start on my back end up on side! so have wrinkles … now you know why I need the pillow….

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  274. bonnie says:

    I sleep on my side now but my husband is in excrutiating pain waiting for back surgery so sleeping in any position is a blessing. The stress of this is getting me nervous about aging more quickly. I would love the pillow. Thank you

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  275. Dolores says:

    It sounds like a great idea. I will have to try it. Anything to avoid wrinkles…

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  276. NJJ says:

    I sleep on my back!

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  277. ogden kruger says:

    I usually sleep on my right side or my back, unfortunately the last few days I haven’t been getting much sleep. will this pillow help me?

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  278. Denise Willeby says:

    I used to sleep on my side, but because of health issues, I end up on my back mostly

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  279. Shellie says:

    I sleep on my side and go back and forth often — to often during the night!

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  280. Phyllis says:

    I sleep mostly on my side, but since I wake up so often during the night, I have realized that I also sleep on my back….
    Truthfully…if I could sleep through the night, I would take ANY postition!

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  281. Lisa says:

    I sleep both on my right and my left sides, going back and forth during the night.

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  282. linds says:

    I sleep on all of the above.Unfortunately I move around all the time.Trying to find a comfortable position.The night sweats I am experiancing aren’t helping too much either.

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  283. Pam Feldman says:

    I sleep on my side.

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  284. Julie says:

    I sleep on my side (and I don’t sleep) so maybe this will help

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  285. Inky says:

    I am a side sleeper!

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  286. Jodi says:

    Side.

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  287. Joyce says:

    I sleep on all three throughout the night. I toss and turn constantly trying to get comfortable. I need to find a better way.

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  288. Lori says:

    I sleep on my side and wake up early so the pillowcase “lines” will disappear before I have to leave the house. It looks like scars!

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  289. rroth24 says:

    I sleep on my side (when I sleep 🙂 I’d love to be propped up with a Vanity Pillow!

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  290. Anita says:

    I usually sleep on my side or back. I can see the wrinkles on my skin when I wake up, indicating my sleep pattern is contributing to overall wrinkles. I’d LOVE to have a new pillow to reduce that! And I travel a lot so one that I could take with me would be awesome.

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  291. Bette E Butcher says:

    My best sleep happens on my right side. I snore too much on my back

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