Bucky 40 Blinks Ultralight & Comfortable Contoured, No Pressure Eye Mask for Travel & Sleep, Perfect With Eyelash Extensions – Black

December 17, 2018 - Comment

The sleep mask that looks like a bra for your eyes. Created from the same material as swimwear, the 40 Blink mask weighs just .57 ounces and conform to facial contours without adding uncomfortable pressure around eyes. The completely light-blocking convex eye sections allow the wearer to blink without friction and protect natural or false

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(as of April 20, 2020 5:30 am GMT+0000 - Details)

The sleep mask that looks like a bra for your eyes. Created from the same material as swimwear, the 40 Blink mask weighs just .57 ounces and conform to facial contours without adding uncomfortable pressure around eyes. The completely light-blocking convex eye sections allow the wearer to blink without friction and protect natural or false lashes side lashes from twisting and tangling during sleep.
Adjustable elastic strap with velcro closure allows the wearer to create the perfect fit without pressure on the ears. It feels like someone turned out the lights! The 40 Blinks are ultra-flexible and can be folded in half and fitted into a pocket for portable sleep while traveling. This mask is great for people who travel long distances, work a double shift and would like to nap during their break or who work nights and have to sleep during the daytime hours, and for anyone who just craves a good night’s sleep. Light is the number one reason that people can’t sleep and the 40 Blinks Eye Mask, while blocking light, encourage natural melatonin production so that wearers sleep more deeply and for longer periods.

Product Features

  • ULTRA LIGHT WEIGHT – Our contoured eye mask is 3.5″ tall by 9.5″ wide, perfect for men, women and children
  • EASY CARE – Made of 100% polyester interlock & 100% polyurethane foam, Hand wash cold with mild soap, Hang to dry
  • REST IN COMFORT – Ultra lightweight latex-free molded foam is contoured for pressure free eye comfort that allows you to blink freely, won’t smudge makeup, false lashes, or put unwanted pressure on your head
  • BLOCK OUT LIGHT – Relax and fall asleep quickly without light from street lamps, electronics, or morning sun, wake up refreshed after napping, travel, meditation and a full night’s rest
  • EXPLORE BUCKY PRODUCTS – Bucky offers delightful travel and personal care products including U-shaped neck pillows, duo hot & cold therapy pillows, and soothing buckwheat seed wraps, click the Bucky link at the top of the page to explore our collections

Comments

Anonymous says:

Best sleep mask with flaw. See my solution! This is the best sleep mask on Amazon. I’ve tried at least 5 other brands. This is the best! It only has one flaw, and it’s a HUGE FLAW. The fabric on both sides of the foam will begin to peel away after about 3 months of use. I called the company and they sent me a replacement saying they were using a better glue. That was about 3 years ago! The product still has this big flaw. BUT I HAVE A SOLUTION TO THIS! I sew the fabric along the edges, then run a couple lines across the middle. Now this…

Anonymous says:

Works Ok, but not comfortable for me due to a few (fairly major) design flaws. Likes:The concave shape of the cups is nice, since as the name implies, it allows you to blink.The material is pleasantly soft.Dislikes:Side sleeping causes my pillow to push the mask off center. It only blocks out all light when it’s centered on my face. The problem here seems to be that it’s too wide. I don’t have a narrow face by any stretch and yet the mask extends well past each eye by over 1.5 inches. Couple that with very deep cups there’s just too…

Anonymous says:

Comfortable, Unparalleled at Keeping Light Out . . . But Not Durable I love how well the Bucky 40 Blinks fits, meaning it is lightweight, comfortable, and the best sleep mask I have ever used (and I swear by sleep masks) in terms of keeping out the light . . . but this is simply NOT a durable product.I’ve bought several of these over the years and while my hopes are always high, there always comes a day when the lining that protects your face from the foam of the mask delaminates, peels back, and comes apart. See the photos I’ve included with this…

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