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10 pillow sprays to guarantee some deep sleep

Section: Beauty

Wanting to go into a deep sleep as soon as you hit the pillow? We don't blame you one bit.

Nowadays getting your full seven hours of sleep is only something we all dream of.

Sleep pillow sprays can help you drift off easier and quicker than the old counting sheep method. So, have a scroll through our top pillow mists and find your perfect remedy for a good night's sleep.

Not to worry if you're not the biggest fan of lavender either, as we've included sprays to suit every preference. 

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1) Deep Sleep pillow spray, £19.50, thisworks.com

If you're a lover of Lavender, Vetivert, and Chamomile, the deep sleep pillow spray is the one for you.

This award-winning pillow spray calms your mind and your body and sends you into a deep sleep. It is also suitable when you are pregnant. 
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2) Sanctuary Spa Sleep Dream Easy Pillow Mist, £8, Superdrug

This sleep spray is the perfect solution if you aren't a lover of lavender. 

Infused with Jasmine and Ylang-Ylang, this mist will help you drift off to sleep so you can enjoy your much-needed nights of deep sleep. 
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3) Perfect Night's Sleep Pillow Mist, £20, Marks and Spencer

The organic brand's soothing mist includes Lavender, Jasmine, Chamomile, and Patchouli, combined with 14 essential oils to send you into deep relaxation. 

Just spritz on your pillow three times, lie back and enjoy your restful sleep. 
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4) Goodnight Pillow Mist, £15, Neal's Yard Remedies

The award-winning Goodnight Pillow Mist will ensure you wake up feeling rested and refreshed. This mist is a blend of organic Lavender, Vetiver, and Mandarin. 
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5) Mrs. Meyer's Room Freshener, £20.37, Amazon

Although this is not a pillow spray, Mrs. Meyer's Room Freshener quickly turns your room into a space of relaxation by freshening any room with a garden-fresh Geranium scent.

Easy to spray and lightweight, this quick fix will get you sleeping deeply and easily again. 
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6) Feather & Down Sweet Dreams Pillow Spray, £7, Boots

If you are having anxieties before sleep, the Feather & Down Sweet Dreams spray will help you sink into your pillow and you'll be waking up feeling relaxed and calm. 

The mix of Lavender and Chamomile is a soothing blend, so spray on your pillow and around your room to help you fully relax. 
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7) Dream Catcher's Pillow Spray, £9.99, Blossom and Blossom 

If your little one is struggling to sleep, the magical BFG themed Dream Catcher pillow spray will send them to sleep and give them the happiest of dreams. 

This mist is also safe for sensitive and eczema-prone skin, as well as being suitable for your newborn. 
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8) Aurelia's Perfect Sleep Pillow Mist, £24, Cult Beauty

From the Aurelia Probiotic Skincare range, the Perfect Sleep Pillow Mist is pure and natural, as it is made from pure bio organic oils.

A blend of flower waters including Lavender, Chamomile, Geranium, and Neroli, this will rest your nerves before you sleep and ensure you nod off in no time. 
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9) & Now To Sleep Pillow Spray, £18, REN clean skincare

This pillow mist is suitable for all sleepers, whether you wake up regularly in the night, or find it impossible to settle down after a long, hard day.

& Now To Sleep aims to help you get a better night's sleep with a blend of frankincense, hops, and lavender. It is also cruelty-free. 
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10) Awake Beauty Dream Mist Pillow Spray, £20, ULTA Beauty 

In need of some deep beauty sleep? Awake Beauty's Dream Mist will de-stress and ensure you get a full night's rest by just a couple of sprays. 

With English Chamomile, Moroccan Chamomile, and Sandalwood oils, you can depend on this to fix your restless nights. 

What's your favourite sleep spray? Let us know on Facebook or Twitter!

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While training as a journalist at the University of Gloucestershire for 3 years, she was nominated for the Best Feature Category at the Midlands Student’s Media Awards this year, and Head of News and Social Media for the university’s radio station, Tone Radio. Ellie has been published by the likes of Heatworld, Heart, Gloucestershire Live, and ITV West Country. 

 
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