COLOR NOTE: For some reason the picture of
the navy blue ones shows up rather purply. It doesn't actually look
like that at all... it's quite a nice medium dark blue.
Click on picture to see specially shaped
• Interior eye chamber ensures no pressure
on the eyes
• Eye side is fully breatheable 100% cotton
• Mask constructed from open-cell, fully breathable, foam padding
with cut-outs for the eyes
• Soft, adjustable strap
• Plush satin Comfort Bridge across bridge of nose
The "Escape" is a beautiful mask with an
attractive soft velour exterior. A key feature of this mask, other
than its generally high quality, comfortable construction, is the
cut-outs for the eyes that ensure no pressure is placed on the eyes
at all. (Click on the picture to see reverse side.) This makes it
eminently suitable for those who have avoided night eyewear because
of discomfort to the lids.
For those who want effective protection from
drafts & evaporation, yet without anything touching their lids,
this product is an excellent option. Some people simply remove the
moisture pads from a Tranquileyes goggle, but this may perhaps give
them better protection. Also, for those who have trouble keeping
Tranquileyes due to the stretchy strap, on they may find Dream
Essentials' snugger fitting straps useful, too. This is a nice
looking mask and thoroughly comfortable.
experience: For my own use I
prefer something that helps hold my lids closed. But for those who
do not need, or want, anything touching their lids, I think it's an
excellent product and thus far it's our top-selling sleep mask. As
a scleral lens wearer, the main use I would personally have for
this mask is in-flight: I can't actually nap with my lenses in, but
I don't like taking them out in airports or planes, and I seem to
be constantly dosing with drops when I have my sclerals in
in-flight. With the eye cutouts of this mask, I can wear it while
wearing my lenses, and keep my eyes open inside the mask while
listening to music or something.
ABOUT SIZE: Like most sleep
masks in the $20+ market this mask is quite broad, and because of
its design it is somewhat less flexible than other types. Suits me
perfectly but I've had customers who described it as far too large
for them. So
ladies, if you have a small
or narrow face this is probably not going to be the right mask for
you. Try the Contour for another
Who am I?
My name is Rebecca Petris and I have had
chronic dry eye since undergoing LASIK in July 2001. I
founded The Dry Eye Company
as a result of my experiences, hoping to make
useful information and effective products more accessible to others
with dry eye.
3/17/2016 – I also have CPEO, as one of the other people who wrote above. I have the Tranquileyes mask and it works great for the dryness . . .
8/26/2015 – I am a serious stomach sleeper. Any suggestions?
3/12/2015 – What Mask would u recommend that provides slight pressure to keep lids closed - for all night use? With this apparently . . .
6/22/2014 – I am a CPEO patient and after 3 surgeries (to lift and then lower my lids) my eyes do not close all the way and my right . . .
6/18/2014 – Hi, I constantly rub my eyes in my sleep, resulting in sore eyes and the skin around them being red. Will these goggles . . .
From Julie of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on 9/23/2014.
Escape Sleep Mask
From Anonymous of Fruita, Colorado on 4/19/2010.
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