How to Make 2018 the Year of the Best Sleep of Your Life
Is it just us or is anyone else exhausted? Like three cups of coffee a day, put on two different shoes exhausted? And as much as we’d love to get to the gym more or pick up a knitting hobby, it seems like the first step should be to tackle that whole eight hours of sleep thing. (At this point, we’d happily accept six.) Let's do it together: Here, 12 genius products all aimed at making bedtime easier, healthier and all-around more enjoyable.
Don’t throw on the same leggings that you would for yoga. Instead, snag a pair of cute pajamas that will signal your body and brain that it’s time for bed.
Silk Eye Mask
Don’t let that pesky morning light wake you up one minute before your alarm goes off.
Essential Oil Blend
Roll this mix of palmarosa, sandalwood, vetiver and ylang-ylang oils onto your pressure points ten minutes before you crawl into bed.
21 Drops ($33)
Age Delay Pillow
The ergonomic shape is designed to help both back and side sleepers snooze comfortably while preventing any new lines or wrinkles from forming.
Nurse Jamie ($69)
Relaxing Bath Soak
Sit back, binge-watch the new season of Grace and Frankie and let the lavender and wild chamomile bring you into serene tranquility.
This Works ($41)
Sleep Booster Supplements
Filled with ashwagandha, melatonin and magnesium, this nightly supplement boosts healthy and deep sleep.
Perricone MD ($35)
Percale Sheet Set
Hailed as one of the best fabrics for all seasons, these 100 percent cotton sheets will feel crisp, cool and comfy for a well-rested sleep.
White Noise Machine
Whether you’re trying to drown out sirens passing by or add a little background to your otherwise silent suburban neighborhood.
Marpac Dohm ($50)
Memory Foam Pillow
Haven’t replaced your pillows in a while? Go for the gold with something that will conform to your neck and head.
Herbal Tea Mix-In
An adaptogenic blend of tranquil super-herbs and chamomile flower that aims to relieve stress and help you wind down at night.
Moon Juice ($38)
Knowing your sleep patterns and what sparks a restless night (i.e., watching Black Mirror in bed) can make all of the difference.