Intersellar Relaxation with Space Masks

I don’t know about you but I am ALWAYS in need of time to relax, we are all guilty of “not having time” to take time out for yourself, but this is definitely something that needs to be changed.

When I was asked if I wanted to try Space Masks*, I couldn’t resist giving them a go as I thought this might be just what I need to take some time out to relax.

I’ve given them a good test drive so keep on reading to find out all about them and what I thought to them!

Space Masks are a heated eye mask that come packaged in a shiny plastic navy blue packet covered in white and purple stars, just like the night sky. It’s super pretty and eye catching I love it.

The mask itself has the same beautiful space-like design with soft cotton loops either side to attach to your ears. No uncomfortable elastic round the head that breaks straight away! The mask is made from soft comfortable material that heats up when you remove it from the packaging.

This is something to bare in mind on first use, as I took it out to photograph then realised it was warming up! It wasn’t all lost though as it forced me to sit down for fifteen minutes and actually relax!!

The eye masks warm up to a lovely temperature that isn’t too hot and is really comfortable to wear. Using Space Masks make you actually lie down and rest for a good period of time, as you obviously can’t see anything whilst wearing them so you have no choice but to sit back and relax! And yes it means no social media!

I really really enjoyed using these and if not used for a snippet of ‘me’ time they would be great to calm your body down before bed time.

I love the description on their website:

We wanted to find a way to escape the madness of our hectic lifestyles and leave our Worldy problems behind. Space travel seemed a reasonable possibility – new horizons, a clean start, no social media. 

The cost of astronaut training and 4000 tonnes of rocket fuel made us think out of the box. So we came up with a box. A box of spacemasks in fact. 5 perfectly formed pouches each containing a heavenly Spacemask – capable of whisking you away to a carefree world unpolluted by Earthly distractions.

You can buy space masks in boxes of 5 for £15 each which is a bargain £3 for mask and in my opinion totally worth it! You can purchase them here.

Thank you to the lovely people at Space Masks for sending me this fabulous product to try, I thoroughly enjoyed using it!

Space Masks are a great start up company that deserve every success and lots of support!

Have you tried Space Masks? What are your fave ways to relax? Let me know in the comments below!

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Signature Photo March 2017

*PR sample sent to me for review purposes but all opinions are my own

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14 thoughts on “Intersellar Relaxation with Space Masks

  1. I never considered warm eye masks before. I’ve always liked having cool masks for the eye area (to depuff, wake up etc). But I like the idea of this mask for bedtime… I bet it feels like bliss.

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  2. This is such a cool product, I can’t wait to try it. I usually use Panda Dream Eye Masks from TonyMoly. They are great, but they’re so cold! It’s refreshing in the summer but sometimes I want something hot. I would suggest checking them out though, they are great for relaxation.

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    1. Definitely give it a go its lovely to use! yeah cold ones are great for waking you up but the heat is so nice and relaxing! xo

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