Sleep Bliss Kit - A luxurious set to promote deep relaxation and rejuvenating sleep

£36.99 £44


Indulge yourself or someone special in the ultimate gift of a peaceful night's sleep with The Good Sleep Kit. With a combination of Lavender & Fennel Essential Oil Mist, Fall Asleep! Essential Oil Blend Roll-On, and Lavender & Fennel Essential Oil Reed Diffuser, this kit has everything you need to create a relaxing and calming atmosphere in your bedroom.

The Lavender & Fennel Essential Oil Mist and Lavender & Fennel Essential Oil Reed Diffuser both provide a subtle, fresh floral scent that promotes relaxation and helps to calm the body and mind. The Fall Asleep! Essential Oil Blend Roll-On combines fresh Lavender, sweet Chamomile, and spicy Neroli essential oil to help you relax and ease into a deep sleep.

All three products are made in England with Yorkshire Water, Witch Hazel, and essential oils. They are also vegan-friendly and cruelty-free, making them the perfect choice for anyone who values sustainability and eco-friendliness.

This Good Sleep Kit comes in a beautiful gift box, making it the perfect present for anyone who values a good night's sleep. With its affordable price, high-quality ingredients, and excellent value, this kit is an excellent investment in your health and well-being. Say goodbye to restless nights and hello to a peaceful, rejuvenating sleep with The Good Sleep Kit.

Isn't a good night sleep the best present you could give someone or yourself ? This set  will set the mood and help you relax and create the perfect atmosphere in your bedroom to have an amazing night sleep.

What you will get:

Lavender & Fennel Essential Oil Mist 100ml - This smooth mixture of the fresh floral scent of Lavender essential oil and sweet Fennel essential oil will add a calming and welcoming note to your home and may help promote a good night’s rest. Lavender essential oil offers calming and soothing properties that may help calm the body and mind and also reduce stress. Its known to create sleep-inducing aromas that may help you to unwind. Fennel essential oil with sweet and herbaceous scent can help soothing the body as well as the mind and also help provide mental stimulation, clarity and focus. 

Spray some of this on your pillow before you go to sleep for a great sleep, deep sleep! Made in England with Yorkshire Water, Witch Hazel and essential oils.

Fall Asleep ! Essential Oil Blend Roll-On 10ml - A smooth relaxing blend of fresh Lavender ,  sweet Chamomile and spicy Neroli essential oil can help you relax, mentally and physically, and make it easier for you to fall asleep.

Easy to use: To release the aromatherapy, roll onto temples, wrists and nape of the neck. Do not use internally.

Lavender & Fennel Essential Oil Reed Diffuser 200ml - This Reed Diffuser will create a soothing and calming atmoshere. The beautiful combination of fresh floral Lavender essential oil and sweet Fennel essential oil will delicately infuse your room with its subtle scent. The aroma will rise along the sticks slowly and delicately to fill the room with the fragrance. The aroma will last up to 12 weeks.

How to use: Simply open the lid, remove the plug (replace the lid) and place the rattan sticks into the neck of the bottle. To make the fragrance spread even quicker, you can turn the reeds upside down every couple of weeks.

Warnings: Avoid contact with eyes. Keep away from children and animals. Use only as Directed. Take care when placing on painted or polished surfaces. Keep away from heat, flame and sources of ignition. Wash hands after use.

A set to be proud off at a price to make you smile.

Lavender & Fennel Essential Oil Mist

Fall Asleep! Essential Oil Blend Roll-On

Lavender & Fennel Essential Oil Reed Diffuser

Getting a good night's sleep is essential for overall health and well-being. Here are some fun and interesting facts about sleep:

  1. Sleep Position Preferences: People have various sleeping position preferences. The three most common are side sleeping, back sleeping, and stomach sleeping. Each position has its own potential benefits and drawbacks for sleep quality.

  2. Dreaming Frequency: Most people have several dreams each night, even if they don't always remember them. Dreams occur during the rapid eye movement (REM) stage of sleep, which happens multiple times during the night.

  3. Sleepwalking Statistics: Sleepwalking, or somnambulism, is more common in children than adults. It often occurs during non-REM sleep stages. Sleepwalkers can perform complex actions while asleep, such as walking around the house.

  4. Morning Lark vs. Night Owl: People have different natural circadian rhythms, leading to variations in sleep patterns. "Morning larks" are naturally early risers and tend to go to bed early, while "night owls" prefer staying up late and waking up later in the morning.

  5. Hypnic Jerks: Those sudden muscle contractions or twitches that sometimes occur as you're falling asleep are called hypnic jerks. They are entirely normal and often harmless.

  6. Sleep for Memory Consolidation: Sleep plays a crucial role in memory consolidation. During deep sleep stages, the brain processes and stores information acquired throughout the day, which can help improve learning and problem-solving.

  7. Sleep Debt: Chronic sleep deprivation can lead to a sleep debt, which is the cumulative effect of not getting enough sleep over time. Sleep debt can negatively impact mood, cognitive function, and overall health.

  8. Sleep Paralysis: Sleep paralysis is a phenomenon where you temporarily can't move or speak when falling asleep or waking up. It's often accompanied by vivid hallucinations and can be quite frightening.

  9. REM Rebound: If you've been deprived of REM sleep, your body will often try to make up for it by spending more time in REM sleep when you finally do get a full night's rest. This is known as REM rebound.

  10. Sleep Needs Vary: The amount of sleep needed can vary significantly among individuals. While the general guideline is 7-9 hours of sleep per night for adults, some people function well on as little as 6 hours, while others require up to 10 hours.

  11. Blue Light Impact: Exposure to blue light from electronic devices (phones, tablets, computers) before bedtime can interfere with your body's production of melatonin, a hormone that regulates sleep. This can make it harder to fall asleep.

  12. Natural Sleep Aids: Certain foods, like tart cherries, kiwi, and almonds, contain compounds that may help improve sleep quality when consumed before bedtime.

  13. The "Power Nap": A short nap of around 20-30 minutes, often referred to as a "power nap," can boost alertness and productivity without causing grogginess. Longer naps can lead to sleep inertia, making you feel more tired upon waking.

  14. Sleep Changes with Age: Sleep patterns change as you age. Older adults tend to have lighter sleep and may wake up more frequently during the night.

  15. Importance of a Sleep Schedule: Going to bed and waking up at the same time each day, even on weekends, can help regulate your body's internal clock and improve sleep quality.

Remember that prioritizing sleep is crucial for your physical and mental health. If you're having trouble getting a good night's sleep on a regular basis, it may be beneficial to consult with a healthcare professional for guidance and solutions.

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