About Miracle Mask

Miracle Mask is a wrap-around sleeping mask they claim eliminates all light and blocks out ambient noise. They say it’s lightweight and stays cool so you can get some shut-eye and sleep like a baby.

There is no information as to who makes or sells Miracle Mask. Its website is built by Digital Target Marketing, a for-hire design and marketing company for DIY inventors.

How Miracle Mask Works

Miracle Mask looks like an oversize sleeping mask. They say it has a “unique” contour design and is made of a “luxurious satin material,” but fail to offer any more specifics. To use Miracle Mask, wrap around your head just before bedtime and attach via the adjustable velcro back. They say the large size will block out light from all angles and cover your ears, muffling ambient noise.

Miracle mask says studies show melatonin decreases as we age and that Miracle Mask naturally raises your level of melatonin with darkness. While both of those may be true, there is no conclusive proof that melatonin levels have anything to do with sleep. (A bar graph showing melatonin levels according to age is used to illustrate, but has no concrete data as its source.)

Miracle Mask includes:

  • Miracle Mask
  • One pair “cooling” gel inserts
  • BOGO (extra S&H)

Pricing, Shipping, and Returns

Miracle Mask is $10 plus $6.99 shipping/handling for a total of $16.99. At the time of your order, you may purchase an additional mask and gel set for another $6.99 in fees. You have 30 days to try Miracle Mask: if you don’t sleep like a newborn (or any other reason) return for your $10 but not any handling fees. (You must also pay to ship it back.)

Miracle Mask Privacy Policy

The Miracle Mask may give you a better night’s rest, but their Privacy Policy could give you insomnia. They allow themselves the ability to use your information such as name, email, postal address, and phone number “for marketing purposes, shared with other reputable organizations to help them contact consumers for marketing purposes.”

Bottom Line: Is Miracle Mask a Scam?

Miracle Mask seems to be designed after (or more likely ripped off from) a popular sleeping mask sold by Amazon.com. Miracle Mask is cheaper, even with the S&H, but with so little information about the company available (and its terrible privacy policy) it would be worth the extra money to shop Amazon. Trust us, you’ll sleep better.

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1 Consumer Review for Miracle Mask

Average Consumer Rating: 2.0
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Bottom Line: 0% would recommend it to a friend
  • 4 out 5 people found this review helpful

    Faulty Marketing.

    • Pittsburgh, PA,
    • Jul 9, 2015

    Just got it today, so can't say if it helps my third shift husband sleep or not. In my package there was a note saying that the gel inserts are no longer available, so they substituted hand cream (at no additional charge to me). I don't want hand cream, I want the gel inserts. So, I went to the website, and lo-and-behold, they still market the gel inserts as a differentiator for their product. Product misrepresentation, wonder how many others are being taken? Unfortunately, it will cost me $ 13.00 to return, we'll see what their customer service line says when I call in the morning.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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