The Best Gifts for Sleep Lovers

If you’re at a loss for what to get a few individuals on this year’s holiday shopping list, take our word for it: it’s always a safe bet to go for a gift that can give bedtime an upgrade. Read on to see our top gifts for all of the sleep lovers in your life, i.e. everybody you know.

Aromatherapy Pillow Mist

Aromatherapy Pillow Mist

Bath & Body Works, $10

Better sleep is just a spritz away with Aromatherapy’s pillow mist collection. By spraying a bit on pillows and sheets before bed, the blend of essential oils make for the perfect bedtime sendoff. Choose from scents like eucalyptus spearmint, lavender chamomile, or our favorite, lavender vanilla.

Strange Dreams: A Journal

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Barnes and Noble, $15

While the Strange Dreams journal doesn’t promise to make sense of the odd stories that tend to unfold in sleeping minds, it does at least offer up a fun way to keep track of them. Plus, there’s guided prompts that help with dream recall offer relief for avid dreamers who can never quite remember the details of their strange dreams in the morning.

Charleston Vintage Alarm Clock

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Pottery Barn, $49

Waking up early to the sound of an alarm will never be enjoyable, but a chic new clock might at least make it a bit more tolerable. With a vintage pocket watch design and glow-in-the-dark clock hand tips, Pottery Barn’s Charleston clock is a pleasure to look at day and night, even if it doesn’t have the most favorable function.

“Hibernating” Sleep Mask

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Nordstrom, $34

Often times, a good night’s sleep can be achieved by shutting everything and everyone out. While a sleep mask does the job wonderfully, Wildfox’s “hibernating” mask has the added benefit of sending a subtle message that disturbances while sleeping are not appreciated.

Sleep Headband Headphones

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SleepPhones, $40

It’s always best to unplug before bedtime, but in the event dozing off is just not going to happen without listening to an audiobook, TV show, or sleep soundtrack of choice, it might as well be done in comfort. SleepPhones headband headphones make it easier to fall asleep faster and without the pain inflicted by regular earbuds.

Bedtime Tea

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Yogi, $5

Nothing says bedtime like a hot cup of tea. Especially when tea is called, “Bedtime Tea.” With a combination of relaxing, sleep-promoting herbs like valerian and chamomile, this tea is the best go-to brew for tea lovers looking to sip their way to a better slumber.

“Sleep All Day” Throw Pillow

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Society6, $20

Any true sleep lover takes pride in bedroom décor, and nothing is more of a staple for a stylish bedroom than an assortment of throw pillows. With a wide – and we mean wide – selection of creative pillows, Society6’s “sleep all day, sleep all night” pillow stands out as the perfect find for the true sleep enthusiasts of the world.

Deep Sleep Heavenly Candle

Deep Sleep Heavenly Candle

This Works, $46

A candle’s gentle light and soft scent sound good enough to drift off to, but This Works’ Deep Sleep Heavenly Candle goes so much further than generically sleep-conducive candle qualities. With its use of essential oils like lavender and chamomile, this candle’s fragrance is as therapeutic and calming as it is pleasant, making it perfect for some pre-sleep relaxation.


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Hello, $129

Sometimes the secret to good sleep is letting someone, or something, else figure it out. Sense, from Hello, is like a sleep sidekick that helps figure out everything from how factors like temperature, humidity, and air quality are impacting sleep to when the best time to wake up is according sleep cycle.


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