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    Looking for a good sleep mask...

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    Any suggestions? I've got the dark room thing going at home, but am thinking about upcoming travel and want to be able to sleep in the dark wherever I am. I've looked around for masks, but haven't been impressed with what I've seen in person, and am wary of ordering online without a recommendation.

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    Amazon.com: Dream Zone- Earth Therapeutics Sleep Mask, 1ct: Beauty

    Comfy, cheap and it works great. Buy two.
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    +1. My wife got one for me and herself. It is comfortable and blocks out light very well. I think she got ours from Ulta.

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    I never could stand them until I got this one. It's contoured so you can blink your eyes. I hate having a mask pressing on my eyes.

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    I swear by this one.

    I've tried a few, including the one suggested by d2mini ( which is quite nice, I admit ). However, for me, they all tend to let in light from the cheekbone area. The one I currently use is made of memory foam and is the best in this regard.

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    Sounds like a great idea since its difficult to block out all the lights in my room. Lots of LEDS that need to be on for a network.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaisyEater View Post
    I never could stand them until I got this one. It's contoured so you can blink your eyes. I hate having a mask pressing on my eyes.
    +1

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaisyEater View Post
    I never could stand them until I got this one. It's contoured so you can blink your eyes. I hate having a mask pressing on my eyes.
    This is the same kind I have. I used to work 3rd shift so I did a lot of sleeping during the day and I would constantly wake up from the natural light coming in my windows.

    When I got these though I would sleep all the way through just like I was sleeping at night (these obviously don't replace sleeping at night though). They are extremely comfortable too because they don't push on your eyes. The bubbles over the eyes is what seperates them from any other sleep mask I've ever seen.

    Hope this helps.

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    Zeepo is a revolutionary, strapless eye mask that completely blocks out light by gently binding to your face with FDA-approved, double-sided, adhesive strip which are medical grade, hypo-allergenic and latex-free. I sleep with it every night and I'm hooked.

    The inventor of Zeepo explains more about the whole concept in a video you can check out here Unique Zeepo Strapless Eye Mask and Sleep Mask Better Sleep

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