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New Dreamers glasses promote good sleep by helping the body produce melatonin

SWEET SLUMBER: New Dreamers glasses promote good sleep by helping the body produce melatonin which the body needs for a sound night's rest. Picture: Supplied

SWEET SLUMBER: New Dreamers glasses promote good sleep by helping the body produce melatonin which the body needs for a sound night's rest. Picture: Supplied

I'm seeing double.

Is that why you're wearing those fancy new spectacles? Oh, wait - now I'm seeing double, too. Just over there, on Manly beach, an improbably chiselled male and his mirror image just entered the surf. Am I losing my mind, or my eyesight?

Neither. Those are the Stenmark Twins, and they invented these glasses.

Impossible.

The twins, or the glasses?

Both. First, two such structurally magnificent men on the same beach can only be an illusion. And even if they were real, they wouldn't be clever enough to invent glasses.

Wrong on both counts. Identical twins and international models Jordan and Zac Stenmark live here on the Northern Beaches. And they are clever.

They have a wellness empire and a new e-commerce company called Dreamers. It's all about sleep health.

I think I need a lie down.

These Dreamers glasses, just launched by the Twins, block out sleep-disrupting, blue-green light emitted from electronic screens. You're supposed to wear them for 30 minutes before bed, but I just popped mine on for an Insta opportunity with the Twins.

But why would ridiculously good-looking brothers invent healthy glasses?

Understandable. The Twins are impressive. They make the Hemsworths' gene pool look like an insignificant puddle.

But why would ridiculously good-looking brothers invent healthy glasses?

Did someone tell them: "I want sex," and the Twins heard: "I want specs?"

While zigzagging the globe for fashion shoots with Armani, Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein and all the Vogues, their body clocks went haywire. The Twins were exhausted.

That makes me very sad. I want to hug the Twins.

Don't worry, they're fine now. They solved their sleep problem with the help of eminent chemical physicist, Dr Stafford Sheehan.

He created the DreamTech special lenses, which block out a massive 99.9 per cent of that nasty artificial light.

Don't tell me: he's Bradley Cooper's twin.

No, but thanks to his tech, your body can produce all the melatonin it needs to sleep well.

I wonder what the Twins will invent next.

Here's a grand idea, real life beer goggles that make all men appear to be the Stenmark Twins.

Now that's a spectacle I'd pay for.

  • Amy Cooper is a journalist who embraces wellness, but has also used kale to garnish a cocktail.