Sleeptastic is the name of a sleeping mask that the sellers promise will let you get some shut-eye by blocking out light and ambient noise. They claim Sleeptastic is fully adjustable, lightweight, comfortable and will keep you cool all night long.

How Sleeptastic Works

Sleeptastic is said to be made from a luxurious satin material and fits any head. To use Sleeptastic, they instruct you to put in on before beddie-bye; they claim the contoured design makes it so that Sleeptastic wraps around your eyes and ears, thereby blocking out light from all angles as well as ambient noise.

Then, when you wake up the next morning, they claim you will feel much better because Sleeptastic kept things dark, quiet, and cool all night. They insist it’s great for light sleepers, people with migraines, or those that have to sleep during the day.

Sleeptastic Will Run You:

$20.98 (sold as $14.99 plus $6.99 P&H). However, the box to order a “bonus” Sleeptastic is automatically selected, so unless you un-check it you will get 2 Sleeptastics and be charged an additional $6.99 in fees, making the total $27.97. Each Sleeptastic also comes with a pair of cooling gel inserts that you get cold in your freezer and said to reduce bags under the eyes.

Sleeptastic comes with a 30-day money back guarantee, minus any handling fees. 

Bottom Line: Is Sleeptastic FANtastic?

Everybody needs sleep, and since so few of us get enough it’s easy to see why Sleeptastic is so tempting. We couldn’t find any specific reviews of Sleeptastic, but we did notice that it appears to be the very same product as Miracle Mask, albeit $4.99 more.

Both Sleeptastic and Miracle Mask seem to be a derivative of a Sleep Master Sleep Mask, which has a 4-star rating from 1,767 Amazon customer reviews. This retails for about $5 more and claims to have a patented design and is made in the USA.

We’d also like to point out that if you order Sleeptastic through the website, their Privacy Policy allows them to solicit you with other products via the telephone, email, or snail mail. (You may opt-out of these by visiting http://www.safelyremovename.com/ and sending an email to webmaster@digitaltargetmarketing.com

We hope this helps you make an informed decision about Sleeptastic. Let us know what you think – did Sleeptastic help you sleep through the night or did it turn out to be JUNK?