MOZA Technology has launched Sleepris, a smart eye massager designed for all-night wear that uses red light therapy and heat therapy, along with massage. 

The eye massager, recently showcased at CES 2024, is designed to alleviate insomnia, help induce sleep, improve deep sleep quality, extend sleep duration, and reduce anxiety, according to a release from the company. 

“In today’s high-stress life, the importance of ensuring at least two hours of deep sleep daily cannot be underestimated,” says Morgan Chen, founder of MOZA, in a release. “The MOZA Sleepris, thoughtfully designed to incorporate light wave therapy technology, can alleviate insomnia, anxiety, dry eyes, and scattered attention, helping everyone to feel truly invigorated in their busy lives.”

Featuring the MOZA FullLight red light therapy module, the Sleepris regulates melatonin secretion levels with near-infrared light waves, according to the company. To block out disruptive stray lights, the Sleepris provides complete visual shading by incorporating a seven-layer fabric eye shield. It also helps reduce noise with its replaceable premium foam earplugs.

The Sleepris is embedded with eight micro-vibration massage points to enhance blood circulation in near-silence. Because the eyes react to external heat, the Sleepris also applies soothing warmth of 42±3°C, calibrated to stimulate blood flow without causing dry eyes. 

Moreover, the contact points are placed to only massage around the eyes, instead of directly on the eyes, to increase comfort and prevent causing damage to the eyeballs.

At 126 grams, it avoids leaving pressure marks even after prolonged wear. Coming in a single ergonomic size that fits most adults, the Sleepris is equipped with air-cushioned nose pads, adjustable elastic bands, and breathable form-fitting cushions. 

Photo caption: Sleepris

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