Both the Bamboo and Silk materials adapt to body temperature, providing a cooling comfort in summer and preserving heat during winter.
• The original Panda Bamboo Silk Infused Eye Mask is the perfect bedtime accessory to ensure you sleep tight all night long.
• Features adjustable straps to ensure there is no uncomfortable pressure on the eyes. This helps the Eye Mask to not interrupt your REM sleep.
• Hypoallergenic, dust mite free and antibacterial bamboo cover offers a silky smooth touch.
• Temperature regulating technology will keep the pillow cool in the summer and warm in the winter thanks to the highly breathable bamboo cover which keeps the air flowing.
• We pride ourselves for constantly sourcing materials which respect our planet. A portion of all proceeds are donated annually to the WWF foundation in order to help preserve the wild panda’s at-risk habitat, making a genuine difference to their livelihoods with your help.
The Eye Mask is the perfect sleeping solution for all types of people, whether you’re a shift worker, nap during the day or simply need a little something to help you get to sleep. Designed to be lightweight and easy to travel with.
Exposure to light during the night interferes with your sleep cycle. The Eye Mask completely blocks out all light and visual stimuli so you can nap or sleep soundly.
Darkness is essential to a rejuvenating night sleep. With less light around us when we sleep, our body sends a signal to the brain singling that it’s time to rest. If exposed to light during this period it could alter the body’s internal sleep clock. The Sleep Clock is a natural mechanism which regulates our sleep-wake cycle.
Melatonin, a hormone produced in the brain, is known as the “sleep hormone”. Melatonin influences sleep by sending a signal to the brain that it is time for rest. This signal helps initiate the body’s physiological preparations for sleep—muscles begin to relax, feelings of drowsiness increase, body temperature drops.
Evening light interrupts the naturally timed sleep-clock, which delays the onset of the body’s transition to sleep and sleep itself.