Melatonin pills have been available for a while now, promising a magic bullet that helps induce sleep. Except, like many magic bullets, it doesn’t actually work for everyone. Sprayable Sleep promises a different delivery method is going to make all the difference.
Described as “the world’s first topical melatonin spray,” it lets you spray the hormone rather than take it orally in pill form, allowing your body to absorb it gradually over time, rather than be overwhelmed with a massive supply in a single dose. Sprayable, the company behind the product, claims this is the key to making the hormone work, as it mimics the body’s natural melatonin production over the course of the night.
Sprayable Sleep is made up of just three ingredients, melatonin, tyrosine, and distilled water, so it’s about as safe a supplement as you can find in the market. To use, simply spritz it on your neck an hour before you want to fall asleep and you’re set. Just let your body do the rest. Because melatonin is a naturally-occurring hormone in the body, it won’t leave you groggy or hungover in the morning like traditional sleeping pills, ensuring you wake up properly refreshed when the Mr. Bump Alarm Clock rings early in the morning.
Recommended dose is two sprays, although you can change it up, depending on your sleep needs (e.g. if you only want to take a nap, just do one; if you want to sleep through a long flight, add more). Each bottle contains 60 sprays, which should be good for a month of nightly use.
An Indiegogo campaign is currently running for Sprayable Sleep. Pledges to reserve a unit starts at $15.