Not sleeping well? Stumbled on this post at 3:00 a.m.? We understand. Sleep is hard, which is why sleeping masks exist. The problem is that sleeping masks are not a one-size-fits-all solution. That’s why we’ve grabbed the three most amazing options we can find for this list, each with its unique features and benefits. Let’s meet your new sleep solution and raise a glass to a good night’s rest from here on out.
Ukissim silk sleep mask
Silk feels fantastic against your skin, so Ukissim created this simple, full-eye coverage sleep mask. The band is adjustable and contours to your head shape, while the mask is soft and only lightly pushes against your skin.
It blocks a fair amount of light but works better in dark or low-light environments for the best effect. It’s made of mulberry silk to create a distinct sensation on your skin.
MZOO side sleeper mask
Let’s step it up a bit. Silk masks are fine, but we sometimes need to use thicker material to cancel out the light. MZOO created this mask with soft, breathable eye covers that rest gently on your skin.
The surrounding soft material covers your nose, above and below your eyes. It’s like taking a soft pillow that filters out all light and placing it over your eyes. If the full coverage on your face feels like it’s too much, our last mask on the list should help you out.
Manta light blocking sleep mask with eyecups
Need something stronger? A little more luxurious? Manta makes this stupendous, high-end sleep mask that cups your eyes for maximum comfort.
While pampering your skin, it blocks out 100% of all incoming, non-directed light. Light might pour through if a lamp is directly above your head. But that’s not a circumstance you’ll find yourself in while trying to get a good night’s rest.
With flexible cups and a comfortable strap, you can position Manta’s light-blocking mask in multiple ways. Whether for travel naps on a plane or your nightly sleep, you can adjust it any way you want.