Without a doubt one of the most important products to bring on a plane is a comfortable eyemask. Everyone is different, so everyone has their own favorite. My personal choice is the $10 Lewis & Clark mask, but some people don’t like it because it’s not always 100% blackout and it applies light pressure on your eyelids.
If that sounds like you, you might want to consider getting a Manta Sleep Mask, which applies no direct pressure on your eyes and offers total blackout. The good folks at Manta just sent me one to try, and I have to say that I really like it. It just happens to take up a tad more space than my other mask, which is why I still prefer the Lewis & Clark one.
Other reasons to spend the $29.99 on a Manta Sleep Mask, from the source:
- Totally breathable: The interior of the Manta sleep eye mask is made with cotton for maximum breathability. This means your face is kept cool and won’t overheat on warm nights.
- Won’t tickle your nose: The adjustable eye contours mold to your face shape and won’t tickle your nose like conventional sleep masks do.
- No slipping: Silicone grip pads prevent your Manta sleep mask from slipping off your face mid-snooze.
- Soft elasticized headband: Manta’s headband is elasticized in two places, allowing it to stretch to fit around your head. Limiting the elastic to two small sections is a unique design, which prevents the entire band from stretching loose with use. The strap is made out of plush velour, so it’s soft and comfortable against your head and ears.
- No more pain: Forget Velcro straps that rip your hair out! Manta utilizes micro Velcro, which doesn’t stick to hair.
- No makeup smudge: Don’t stress about reapplying your makeup when you take a quick power nap during the day. Manta leaves your eyes untouched, so you’ll wake up looking like a million bucks.
- Lightweight: Manta sleeping eye mask weighs only 30 grams.
Have you tried the Manta Sleep Mask? What’s your favorite mask to travel with? Share in the comments below!
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