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When celebrity stylist Christa Scherck told us about Bed of Nails, we gasped. Images of medieval torture devices were dancing through our minds. As it turns out, we weren’t too far off. The Bed of Nails is inspired by ancient Indian healing tradition. The modern Bed of Nails is a thin mattress lined with 8,820 non-toxic plastic spikes and the accompanying pillow has another 2,142 plastic nails.
There are over a dozen benefits of the Bed of Nails, including improving circulation and alleviating cellulite. Scherck, who has styled Last Vegas stars April Billingsley, Karen Ceesay and Julie McGee, among others, told us that her celebrity clients are addicted to her Bed of Nails, we wanted more info pronto.
According to Bed of Nails,
“The bed of nails became a success in Scandinavia practically overnight. People in the health care sector have welcomed its self-treatment advantages with keen interest. Bed of Nails reaches out to a wide target group, across all ages and professions for its deeply relaxing and restful effects.”
Insomnia, constipation, tension, stress and energy levels all improve after using the Bed of Nails for just 10-20 minutes each day.
Looks like INO discovered Hollywood’s cellulite secret — in addition to Britney Spears, the celebrity following includes the Kardashians, Elle McPherson, Dylan McDermott, Hilary Swank, Jennifer Lopez and Kate Beckinsale, and others!
The acupuncture mats are available for $50 in either green or pink, with coordinating pillows costing $30. Bed of Nails are available in select retailers and online at http://www.bedofnails.org
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