- 1 Paddywax Wabi Sabi Lavender Mimosa Candle
- 2 Moon Lists: A Guided Journal
- 3 Parachute Gauze Pajama Set
- 4 Sagely Naturals Drift & Dream Body Oil
- 5 The Good Patch Plant-Based Dream Patch
- 6 Marpac Dohm-DS All Natural Sound Machine
- 7 JISULIFE USB Portable Mini Humidifier
- 8 Slip Pure Silk Pillowcase
- 9 MZOO Sleep Eye Mask
- 10 3M E-A-R Classic Earplugs
- 11 Lighting Science Goodnight LED Sleep Bulb
- 12 This Works Deep Sleep Pillow Spray
- 13 Moon Juice Dream Dust
- 14 Naturopathica Passionflower Sleep Tincture
- 15 Baloo Weighted Blanket for Adults
How to Sleep Better, Wherever You Are
Whether you've always struggled with sleep or are finding it extra difficult in these stressful times, we've got some good news. There are ways to put an end to your sleepless nights—and we’ve found 15 products that promise to do just that. From a travel-friendly sound machine to a calming herbal supplement, here are the sleep aids we count on to get our eight hours a night.
Paddywax Wabi Sabi Lavender Mimosa Candle
Before you actually crawl under your covers to sleep, spend some time winding down with a lavender candle. Breathe in the soothing aroma as you read a book, write in a journal, or meditate.
Moon Lists: A Guided Journal
Speaking of journals, this one’s super cute and allows you to reflect on your day before going to sleep.
Sagely Naturals Drift & Dream Body Oil
Slather your body with Sagely Naturals’ Drift and Dream body oil, and not only will you have extra smooth skin, you’ll also feel ready to snooze thanks to its CBD and calming essential oil blends.
The Good Patch Plant-Based Dream Patch
It may seem a little out-there, but this transdermal patch can help you catch your Zzs. Just place it on your wrist, and you’ll receive a dose of valerian root, hops, and melatonin to promote sleep.
Marpac Dohm-DS All Natural Sound Machine
If you’re in a big city, you’ll want to check out this sound machine. It emits a natural, soothing sound that helps to mitigate the sounds of car honking or any other distraction (snoring spouse, anybody?).
Slip Pure Silk Pillowcase
Elevate your beauty sleep with Slip’s pure silk pillowcase, which is said to have anti-aging skin and hair benefits, since it reduces the tugging of facial skin and pulling of hair throughout the night.
MZOO Sleep Eye Mask
If you have light leaking into your room, try a sleep mask like this one from MZOO. It features wider eye spaces than a standard flat mask, and memory foam makes it super comfy.
Lighting Science Goodnight LED Sleep Bulb
What if all that was required to get a decent night sleep was a better lightbulb? Sounds improbable, but science can back it up. Originally developed for NASA astronauts, this bulb filters out blue light—rays emitted by electronics and energy-efficient lightbulbs—which in turn supports your body’s melatonin production and promotes a healthy circadian rhythm.
This Works Deep Sleep Pillow Spray
An all-natural pillow spray that’ll lull us into a deeper, more restful sleep? We were skeptical, too. But the proof is in the pudding: 89% of users in an independent study fell asleep faster and 92% felt more alert the next morning. Sign us up!
Moon Juice Dream Dust
This sleep tonic contains a healing combination of vegetables, fruits, petals, and herbs to promote a deeper sleep. Some of the heavy-hitting ingredients include zizyphus spinoza, a phytochecmical that aids the nervous system in adapting to environmental and physical stressors, and polygala, a herb that naturally relaxes the mind.
Naturopathica Passionflower Sleep Tincture
Baloo Weighted Blanket for Adults
A weighted blanket isn’t exactly travel-friendly, but while you’re at home, invest in one of these to feel calmer and less anxious. You can always partially recreate the sensation in a hotel room by asking for extra blankets and layering up.
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