Spotlight on the Brand - Harriet @ Spacemasks


Spacemasks – self-warming jasmine infused eye masks.


Who's behind the brand?

I created Spacemasks from our home just under two years ago. I wanted something that could help us all to switch off from our hectic lifestyles. Spacemasks are a quirky, fun, relaxing present, ideal for anyone who's tired.

We have 4 daughters aged 8-15, 2 dogs, 2 rabbits and a hamster!

I work from home so things are pretty hectic, to say the least. To unwind, I try to swim as often as possible and I'm often found having a sneaky facial or massage. We live in London where I was born but I'm now finding myself longing to be by the sea at times (but definitely not always!) I could never leave London full time but we are lucky enough toshare a house with a very good friend in Whitstable and I adore it there.

I used to work in restaurant PR so selling Spacemasks was entirely new to me. I had no plan, no strategy and am winging it every day. So far, so good.

What do we love about Spacemasks?

Life is hectic and when you’re a mum having a little time to yourself to relax and unwind can often take a back seat. Cue Spacemasks - the self-heating jasmine infused eye masks that help to relieve eye strain and headaches.

I discovered Spacemasks when I received a box as a gift. I loved them so much I knew I wanted to add them to our collection. With two young boys I often find myself exhausted by the end of the day but 15 minutes at bedtime with one of these eye masks helps me relax and get ready to drift off in to the land of nod ....

Spacemasks really are the perfect gift OR you could just treat yourself because you deserve a little downtime!


‘A Little Bit Dotty’ is all about gifts for babies, mums and little ones so we thought it would be interesting if we asked Harriet a few parent related questions.

What parenting tip would you have given your pre-child self?

That each stage is just that! A stage that will pass so don't dwell on it too much.

What do you miss most about life before children?

Being able to leave the house alone.

What do you love most about being a parent?

Listening to the girls chatting and giggling.

What would you say is the hardest part about being a parent?

Deciding which battles to pick.

What's the most embarrassing thing your child has said or done in public?

Our eldest daughter looked at the GP's receptionist and as she bent over to coo at her, she pointed at her cleavage and said "Boobie!" It wouldn't embarrass me now but I was mortified at the time.

A big thank you to Harriet for taking part in Spotlight on the Brand.

Shop Spacemasks in our For Mums collection.