Nite Hood

Too Good Not to Share*

In the last few years I’ve discovered sleep masks and found the complete darkness they provide to be quite helpful — especially in hotel rooms that don’t quite get dark, but even on mornings at home during the time of year when the sun gets up before I want to. The problem is that the smaller, light-weight ones usually don’t fit well around my nose, thus allowing in light, and the ones that are built up to block all potential light leaks are too bulky.

Enter Nite Hood. Once you get beyond what seems like a silly idea, to merely pull a hat down over your eyes, what remains is the brilliance of the design of Nite Hood. Putting it on at night has become a signal for my body that sleep is next. The feeling of wearing Nite Hood is soothing, and while the fabric is lightweight, it provides complete darkness.

I’ve used it on most nights for well over a year, at home and while traveling, and I highly recommend spending a few extra dollars on this one. They cost $30, and you can choose either a fitted style or an adjustable style. Learn more at: www.nitehood.com

From their website:

“The Nite Hood™ is a new kind of sleep mask. Its essential properties lay in the uniquely knit bamboo fabric that uses opacity and stretch to make a cozy dark space for sleeping. The Nite Hood™ is worn to completely cover the head, the eyes and ears, softly applying gentle contact to key pressure points inducing you to relax and nod off. The bamboo fabric by its nature, is temperature-regulating, allowing it to feel cool when in hot and warm when in cold. It is breathable, durable, washable and cool. Finally a sleep mask that works!”

*Too Good Not to Share posts are just because I love to share things that have made a difference in my life, with hope they may make a difference in someone else’s. I am not compensated in any way.

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