There are lots of things you could spend £15 on – but getting a good night’s kip is pretty much priceless.
And if you’re struggling to sleep to the extent it could be described as insomnia, then a heated face masks could offer you some sweet relief.
Hear us out, we know that when the weather is muggy and even nighttime doesn’t offer any relief, the last thing you want to do is put something on your face.
But self-heating Spacemasks have been hailed as “magic” by happy customers in glowing reviews, all thanks to their relaxing properties.
The masks, which are infused with soothing jasmine, heat immediately on contact and a pack of five will set you back £15, Mirror Online reports.
As well as assisting those with trouble sleeping to drift off, one user also wrote:
“I absolutely LOVE these and I’m a regular purchaser.
“Perfect for helping you to sleep, when you have a headache / migraine or just generally need to sit back and relax a little. Cannot recommend these enough!”
And they weren’t the only ones to say the masks helped with relieving the pain of headaches .
Another review read: “They are lifesavers when you have a tension headache, need to relax or just want to switch off.
“They are my new favourite product.”
The masks also have fans among parents and mums-to-be who say the masks work wonders on kids and easing pregnancy headaches.
According to the website: “The heating process works by a thin layer of iron filings entwining with the oxygen molecules in the air. It is totally safe.
“The ever so relaxing jasmine is in a low concentration. So you can enjoy its fragrance without irritating the skin.”
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