As thankful as we all are for the current warm weather, it can prove a pain when trying to fall asleep at night.
You can find yourself lying there for hours on end, agitated, sweaty and frustrated.
For some of us, the heat only makes things worse as it already takes long enough to doze off without the added pressure of the Mediterranean climate.
There’s a dizzying wealth of information and advice out there targeted at those of us who regularly struggle with falling and staying asleep.
Make your room colder, the 4-7-8 breathing technique, the old classic counting sheep – remembering and applying all the techniques alone is enough to keep you awake.
If only there were a magic lotion which could knock you out in seconds and provide a proper, healthy eight hours…
Introducing the ‘Sleepy’ lotion
The high street’s most overpoweringly pungent shop, Lush, has released a body lotion which, rather than sending fans into a frenzy, has instead sent them to sleep.
The product hit the shelves last year and quickly sold out, but people have started raving about it on social media again.
That may sound creepy, but the users giving feedback on its calmative effect are singing its praises.
The ‘Sleepy’ moisturiser is available in either 95g or 215g.
It’s not the cheapest sleep-aid (or moisturiser) on the market, with a small pot costing £7.95 and a larger one at £13.95, but you can’t put a price on a good night’s sleep.
People have taken to social media to rave about the cream.
Reviews on the Lush website are as equally glowing.
“I have been using my small pot from Christmas sparingly – only when I was really stressed, or really having trouble falling asleep.”
Another added: “I suffer from PTSD and this doesn’t solve my sleep issues but it definitely helps.”
Originally Sleepy was a limited edition product, but, due to popular demand is back for good.
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