Sleepbee: The Mask Buzzing the Consumer Sleep Industry

Once worn to merely blind light during rest, sleep masks are evolving with increased capabilities to parallel developing technology and consumer information. Light exposure is but one of a plethora of external factors that affect the quality of sleep. For instance, medical research proposes electromagnetic exposure as a prominent inhibitor of sleep behavior. However, Hapbee, a leading provider of wellness wearables and biostreaming technology, attempts to debunk that theory with its Sleepbee product line. 

Rather than inhibiting exposure, Sleepbee aims to improve sleep quality through low-emitting radiofrequencies from its Sleepbee Sleep Mask. As noted on its website, “[t]he human body uses electromagnetic currents to do everything from telling your heart to beat to telling your hand to grip a pen. Hapbee works with these natural magnetic currents to activate desired sensations in your body. By biostreaming the unique magnetic signatures of popular ingredients (like caffeine or melatonin) through the device, you can safely activate their effects (like focus, calm, or sleepiness), without any unwanted side effects.” The Sleepbee product line offers consumer sleep solutions that revolutionize ordinary bedtime accessories, such as sleep masks, pillows, and mattress toppers. 

According to its press release, Hapbee filed a provisional patent application for the Sleepbee Sleep Mask and a non-provisional patent application for the Sleepbee Mattress Topper with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. The Sleepbee prototypes were exhibited at CES 2022, the largest domestic electronics expo, and are currently undergoing iterations in design and technology, such as compatibility with the Hapbee app, to achieve the optimal consumer sleep product.