Having Trouble Falling Asleep? The Bedtime Bliss Eye Mask Is The Answer To Your Sleepy Prayers
Between Netflix shows to marathon, social media profiles to stalk, and real life responsibilities like school and work weighing us down, is it really all that surprising that most of us are having trouble falling asleep? The second someone claims a product or holistic remedy (apple cider vinegar, anyone?) guarantees us a high-quality snooze, we’re almost too eager to give any gimmick a try because, well, we’re getting kind of desperate.
Of course, the issue could probably be put to bed (see what I did there?) if we’d all just put down our damn phones, but technology rules our millennial lives, so good luck on that one. Because our minds are basically hardwired to work on overdrive, and continue cranking until we’re good and ready to shut down around 1 a.m., most of us are on the hunt for a quick fix that can put us to sleep and keep us there until morning. Blackout curtains are an option, and sleep masks can generally get the job done, but what if there existed a product that combined the two so every snooze was a literal and metaphorical dream?
The Bedtime Bliss eye mask blocks out any glimpse of light so you can fall asleep, and stay asleep.
I’ve experimented with a few eye masks myself, and, well, they look pretty and all, but I’m not sold on their so-called superpowers just yet. Most of the time, brands will stitch on cute sayings, or draw animal eyes that make the mask Insta clickbait for sure, but, at least in my experience, the material is too flimsy, allowing light to still peek through and disrupt my slumber. So you really end up doing it more for the ‘gram, and less for the results.
The Bedtime Bliss eye mask is designed with a contoured shape that blocks out light in all the right places, without putting pressure on your eyes or making it uncomfortable to open them. These may seem like an insignificant details, but it actually makes a huge difference in regards to sleep quality.
The science behind the mask's design is geared toward enhancing the quality of REM sleep.
The restorative part of a sleep cycle when your body winds down and your imagination comes alive is called REM sleep. This occurs after the first 90 minutes of shut-eye, and because our brains are highly active during this time, our pulse quickens, causing our eyes to dart beneath the lids. Bedtime Bliss' eye mask allows your eyes to move freely without any added pressure or discomfort.
Another unique feature of the mask is its adjustable straps. A lot of masks are one-size-fits-all, but if you quickly glance around a crowded room, it's pretty clear that no two heads are exactly the same (duh). The Bedtime Bliss eye mask, however, was created to adhere to all shapes and sizes in order to cater to women, men, and children alike.
It's brilliant, really, and Amazon reviewers are all about this innovative eye mask.
I'm no expert on Amazon reviewers, but from what I've gathered browsing the site over the years, it takes a lot for the vast majority to be in agreement and rant and rave over a product.
Since its initial launch on the site in July of 2015, the eye mask has accrued a whopping 9,688 customer reviews, 65 percent of which rated it a solid four stars. That's impressive AF.
Reviewer Michael Redder wrote,
A woman named Jessica, who claims she's generally not much of a reviewer, raved,
Reviewer Barbara1948 claims the Bedtime Bliss eye mask has finally made it possible for her to sleep in on her days off. She wrote,
Samantha Leigh says it's even great for beauty sleep — literally:
So the question now is, what are you waiting for? Press that "add to cart" button ASAP.