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You've probably already heard about copper peptides being marketed as beneficial to skin in skin care products. But get ready - copper infused bedding - along with claims to reduce the appearance of facial wrinkles, kill dust mites and bacteria and even benefit psoriasis and eczema sufferers - is coming your way.

Other bedding such as seaweed mattress ticking that claims to rejuvenate skin and aloe vera pillowcases and blankets that vow to soothe and moisturize skin are also available. But can these products really work?

According to an [Link Removed] some dermatologists are questioning the claims made by these manufacturers because clinical studies are lacking. Whether it's aloe vera, seaweed or copper, the latest products owe their existence to nanotechnology that allows the component ingredients to be broken down into ultrafine particles that can then be imbedded into the fabric. There are proponents both for and against the efficacy of these products.

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Sharmani Pillay is a Registered Pharmacist who specializes in anti aging skin care and women's wellness. She owns and operates an online skin care store at [Link Removed]
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