Glowing Eye Mask Uses Meditation Techniquies For A Good Night’s Sleep

Glowing Eye Mask Uses Meditation Techniquies For A Good Night’s Sleep

GLOtoSLEEP masks use Photo-Luminescents to deliver a healthy drug-free rest.

Emma Hutchings
  • 29 february 2012

The GLOtoSLEEP therapeutic sleeping mask from Sound Oasis uses light-charged photo-luminescent bars to lull its wearer to sleep. The design aims to improve upon flimsy and ineffective sleep masks, and exposes opportunities for sleep enhancement in the travel and hospitality industry. The masks were handed out to nominees at a pre-Oscars event held at the Beverly Hills boutique L’Ermitage Hotel last week.

Therapeutic Mask Uses Photo-Luminescents For A Good Night's Sleep

GLOtoSLEEP uses a patented system of light-charged photo-luminescent bars, which give the wearer a healthy drug-free sleep, by emulating an Eastern meditative process of “looking up” to clear the mind. They are made from hyper-allergenic foam with an adjustable Velcro strap and weigh less than half an ounce. GLOtoSLEEP is available in the U.S., Canada, UK, Europe and Australia, at a price of $39.99. Peter Mackeonis of Santa Cruz Holistics, a GLOtoSLEEP U.S. distributor, said:

We seldom meet a celebrity capable of sleeping more than a few hours a night. Hollywood is clearly a town that never sleeps, but wants to. Many celebrities come back just to tell us how much they love their GLOtoSLEEP and to pick up an extra one for traveling… Anyone who has flown long distance knows that airline sleep masks offered by even the major carriers such as American Airlines, Continental, BA, Air France and even Virgin Atlantic, are uncomfortable, flimsy and aren’t black-out masks.

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