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Shibori Weighted Eye Mask

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Our weighted eye masks are designed to help improve sleep by blocking out light to boost melatonin production while inducing deep pressure therapy on the eyes, signaling the nervous system to relax more deeply. If suffering from insomnia, headaches or migraines, weighted eye masks have been shown to induce deeper sleep and alleviate pain symptoms. By stimulating the vagus and facial nerves, weighted eye masks can regulate the autonomic nervous system, leading you out of trauma and stress response.


Inner weighted mask can be placed in freezer for cooling effects!
Add herbs for aromatherapy such as lavender or chamomile for extra calming inside of your eye mask with our easily accessible zipper!

Removable mask cover:

  • GOTS certified 100% organic cotton.
  • Natural plant dyes.
  • Machine-washable.
  • Easily removable with zipper.
Inner weighted mask:
  • GOTS certified 100% organic cotton.
  • Certified lead-free glass bead filling and personalized crystal choice.
  • Quilted inner eye patches for even distribution of weight.
  • Handwash only.

Shipping included. Please allow 3-4 weeks delivery.
Lovingly handmade per order. 

Crystal Benefits

Rose quartz is a soft and feminine crystal that is said to connect us to our pure heart space and self-love. Promotes an energy of loving kindness towards ourselves and others and can support emotional healing and forgiveness.

Amethyst imbues groundedness, tranquility, and calm. A great stress reliever as well as a tool for connection to spirit through the opening of the "third eye" chakra known as intuitive seeing. 

Moonstone is lovingly named after the moon and connects us to her cyclical watery nature, attuning us to our emotions and soothing stress and imbalance. A beautiful stone to connect with throughout the night.

Hematite is made of iron oxide and is very grounding, connecting your body and mind back to Earth. This stone helps refocus your thoughts and actions into those that matter to you most while guiding you on the right path. 

We spoke to an expert on the matter and here's what we found out:

Occupational Therapist (OT), Ana do Valle's recommendation:

"For the average person, a weighted blanket should be 5-7% of their bodyweight. In cases of trauma, high stress or other conditions, 10% of their bodyweight is recommended because there is a need for more proprioception."

If 10% of your body weight is in between the weight sizes we offer, we recommend getting the lighter blanket.

Some people prefer a blanket that is heavier or lighter as each person's needs are unique. Those who struggle with sensory overload may crave a much heavier weight, for example. As Ana do Valle (OT) further explains:

"Some individuals (adults or children) feel comfortable and benefit from using heavier weighted blankets. They utilize the blanket for 10-15 min to down-regulate the nervous system. This can be at bed time or when taking "me time" during the day. In this case the blanket functions more so as a cocoon. It’s always helpful to consult with an occupational therapist when you have questions regarding the use of a weighted blanket as weight can vary from case to case. Most importantly, the individual needs to be able to choose the weight they feel comfortable with. The weight should not be an imposition but a choice based on comfort level."

Ana do Valle is a licensed OT in Boulder, CO. You can find more information about her work here

Tips to figuring out the best weight for you:

Case 1. If you're already sleeping with many blankets...

Try weighing all your blankets together to see what weight you like:

  1. Weigh yourself on a scale and note the number.
  2. Pick up your blankets, stand on the scale, and note the number.
  3. Calculate the difference between those numbers, and you’ll know the weight of the blankets.
  4. Once you've found the weight, decide if you’d like your weighted blanket to be heavier or if you're content with the weight you’re already using. 
  5. Choose a weighted blanket that best matches your height and preferred weight.

    Case 2. If you're not sure what amount of weight feels good on your body...

    1. If you have not yet tried sleeping under a pile of blankets, gather together as many as you can find, hop on a bed, and spread the blankets out over your body.
    2. Keep adding blankets (or towels, clothes, whatever you can find!) until you reach a weight you are happy with.
    3. Using the instructions in case 1, weigh out your blankets.
    4. Once you've found the weight, choose a weighted blanket that best matches your height and the weight you've settled on. 

    KEEP IN MIND: holding 20 pounds of weights in your hands feels a lot different than having a 20-pound blanket spread out over your body.

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