A Cooling Blanket Is Here For The Hot Sleepers Among Us
You might be a sweaty sleeper. You might have the unfortunate luck of having to sleep with a sweaty sleeper. We're not here to judge, we're just here to help those in need.
When it comes to temperatures soaring through the summer months you might be looking at ways to combat the sweltering conditions emerging in the bedroom. Well, look no further and let us introduce you to the 'BlanQuil Chill'.
This is an actual cooling weighted blanket for those who get a little too sticky under the sheets (not like that you monsters) but feel exposed and bare after kicking off the covers.
On the website, BlanQuil says that this product has 'combined the same celebrated feeling of security, anxiety reduction, calm, and cosiness, while entering a new campaign in the quest for ultimate comfort. Unsurpassed temperature regulation', sounds promising, doesn't it?
Features of the BlanQuil Chill include a 'Chill' cover that is removable, machine washable and dryer friendly - wow wee. Also, there are two weight options: 15 and 20 pounds - using 77 independent baffles (posh word for fibres) that keep the 'eco-friendly glass beads distributed evenly across your body'.
The blankets are currently on sale (it's your lucky day) for $249 (£196) and you can also pay three interest-free payments of $83 (£65) for one.
They are produced for single users so if you've got a double bed (or need it for two people) you're going to have to shell out for another.
The website also boasts: "You will enjoy the unmistakable active cooling of the BlanQuil Chill from the instant you enter your cocoon through the first 15-20 minutes of use, allowing you plenty of time to drift comfortably into sleep."
Alyssa Fiorentino reviewed the blanket for Cosmopolitan, saying: "You know that amazing feeling when you flip over your pillow and realizing the other side is delightfully cool? That's what this blanket feels like.
If you don't fancy trying to BlanQuil Chill and are looking for other cooling means be sure not to resort to the good ol' fan through the night trick.
You may or may not already know that sleeping with a cool - yet artificial - breeze blowing in your direction is actually really bad for you because it causes flurries of dust and pollen to make their way into your sinuses - up yer nose basically.
Featured Image Credit: BlanQuil