If you’re a fellow insomniac, you might be familiar with sleep sprays and balms – but did you know that you can pick them up from Poundland these days? When you can end up expecting to part with about £20 for a sleep spray, will this £1 Poundland Land of Nod version actually be any good?
Poundland Land of Nod Pillow Spray – First Impressions
- Lasted for a few minutes.
- Unfortunately, it wasn’t really strong enough to smell on my pillow once I actually got into bed. So it seemed to wear off quite quickly.
- A calming scent filled the air after spraying, which was lovely and relaxing.
- Very affordable at £1 for 120ml.
- You only need 3 to 4 sprays on your pillow before you get into bed.
- The Land of Nod range is against animal testing – there is an image of a bunny on the back of the bottle, but it’s not the leaping bunny. It’s also vegan friendly.
- You get 120ml in this bottle of pillow spray, so it should last quite a while.
- It’s a lavender spray. All in all, a really nice scent, and not too strong at all.
Poundland Land of Nod Essential Oil Roller – First Impressions
- I really like this essential oil roller.
- I genuinely found it calming to rub this on my wrists before bed.
- It smells just like the pillow spray.
- You get an 8ml bottle for £1.
- It doesn’t irritate even sensitive or dry skin, I found it to be very gentle.
- I felt like I slept more soundly, and got to sleep faster, when using this for a few nights.
Should you give the Land of Nod range a try?
If you’re going to pick one, I’d probably opt for the roller, but both products are great value for money. (Especially considering that for a lot of lavender sleep sprays, you can expect to pay around £20 for a bottle.)
If you’re struggling to sleep, trying one of these products from the Land of Nod range is hardly going to break the bank. So, I’d say that they’re definitely worth giving a try.
Have you tried any Poundland Land of Nod products?