Warm Design:2 layers of satin cloth, help you block out light more effectively,lightweight to prevent pressure on your eyes.It looks elegant with nice cutting and sewed with fine seams, can be ironed, long lasting and hard to tear.
Wide Application:Both fit travel, shift work, meditation, etc., and for home, travel, office use.Black and red color for you to use, 150 cm long so it can be tied in many styles.
Comfortable Material:The eye mask is made of very soft and smooth satin.It's a good choice If you have a trouble sleeping sometimes and it's nice for taking a nap in a room with lights. Blindfold is also good for other activities.
Packing List: 4 pack black and red satin eye masks, about 150 cm in length, 7 cm in width.
Solemn promise: As long as you receive the blindfold where you are not satisfied, we have no conditions for a full refund or free replacement. You just need to send us an email.
4 Pack Satin Blindfold Soft Eye Mask Band Blinder Comfortable Sleep Masks by ACKLLC,150cm,Black/Red
Specification: Material: satin Size: about 150 cm in length, 7 cm in width Color: black and red
Wide Application: When you want to take a rest though the place is not completely shaded by curtains. When you are on travel by train, etc and would like to sleep or take a nap. When you are finding a state of deep relaxation while meditation or yoga. When you are on travel by train, car, etc and want to take a nap or sleep. These eye masks are soft and comfortable, and when being tied correctly it won't come lose throughout your activities. "br"It could used for eye care and prevent bags under the eyes and dark circles.home use, emergency wraps,etc. "br""br""b"Warm Tips: "br"1.The satin eye mask is so soft that you could not tie it very tightly in the begining try.You could pin it with a hairpin to make sure it doesn't slip off your face and get a good night's sleep. 2.Tie it once and you can see light from the bottom of your view. Tie it twice and you'll be completely in the dark. It will be perfect for either preference. "br""br""b"Package includes: "br"4 x Red and black eye mask
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Ernest Rutherford Fellowship Applications 2021
We welcome applications for STFC Ernest Rutherford Fellowships. There are quota limits on ERF applications and so we require all applicants to submit a CV using the STFC narrative CV template, publication list, and a short (*strict* 1 page limit) research outline, including a brief additional paragraph (not counted within the 1 page limit) on why Durham and how the project connects to Durham. In addition, please
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