The poor sleepers had more wrinkles, uneven tone, and less elasticity, all of which translates to older-looking skin. The difference was significant: good sleepers had (literally) 100 percent better-looking skin, says Elma Baron, MD, director of the Skin Study Center at UH Case Medical Center. Statistically speaking: that's a score of 2.2 (good) for the good sleepers vs. 4.4 (bad) for the bad sleepers (a newborn baby's skin would be a zero).
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