- Product Dimensions: 10.8 x 6.4 x 6.4 cm ; 63.5 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 68 g
- Item Model Number: 9350
- ASIN: B0051U7R0A
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 19 December 2017
- Average Customer Review: 2 customer reviews
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Mack's Dreamgirl Soft Foam Earplugs, 50 Pair, Pink - Small Ear Plugs for Sleeping, Snoring, Studying, Loud Events, Traveling and Concerts
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- These earplugs are designed about 20% smaller than Mack's standard-sized foam earplugs, to provide ultimate comfort for women with small or sensitive ear canals.
- Molded with super low-pressure, skinned and tapered, slow release foam, providing unmatched user comfort and hygiene. Unique hollow and flared design maximizes comfort, especially during sleep.
- #1 Doctor Recommended Earplug Brand to Prevent Hearing Loss. High performance hearing protection.
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Designed for women with small or sensitive ear canals, Mack’s Dreamgirl soft foam earplugs have a unique contoured, hollowed and flared design that maximizes comfort, especially during sleep.
With a high Noise Reduction Rating of 30 dB, Mack’s Dreamgirl earplugs not only protect your ears from dangerous noise levels, they also deliver comfort so you can relax and sleep in peace.
Block out snoring, sleep peacefully, relax while traveling, enjoy music concerts and use power tools with Mack’s Dreamgirl multi-purpose, noise reducing earplugs.
In this fast-paced and often noisy world, proper rest can be elusive. Snoring noise can disrupt sleep and lead to stress and tension among spouses, partners and roommates. To perform at your best and maintain good health, your body and mind require sufficient, good quality sleep. With these comfortable Mack's Ear Plugs for sleeping and snoring, you can reduce noise, relax and get the good night's sleep you need.
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But these nice tapered ladies' ear plugs are just perfect and easy to insert.
Can sleep through my neighbour's and my housemate's noise now :)
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Tan: As shown in the picture below, these are slightly longer and wider than the purple/pink earplugs. Definitely have the absolute best noise reduction, and would work well if you are sleeping with a snorer. However,they are quite painful to wear all night long if your ears are relatively small (like mine). My husband loves these, and they fit him perfectly.
Purple: Slightly shorter & narrower than the tan earplugs. They are easier for me to fit in my ear, but they let in slightly more sound. Everything is muffled (think very soft background noise), but not blocked like the tan earplugs. They would probably not completely block a snorer near you, but they would reduce the sound enough to be fairly tolerable (maybe imagine the sound of waves on a beach). These are more comfortable, but they still can make my ears sore by morning.
Pink: Same length as the purple, but slightly narrower. Least noise reduction of the 3. Things like neighborhood dogs barking, or a fan in the room become background noise. They would probably be completely ineffective blocking snores. However, if I were a mom of young children, I would be confident that I could hear their cries during the night. They are by far the most comfortable for me.
Seems everyone is different and reviews weren’t very helpful, but I thought these side-by-side comparisons might help someone only have to buy one instead of five!
The pink ones definitely are more comfortable and softer. The way you put these in is you roll them between your thumb and pointer finger and then insert into your ear and they re inflate inside your ear canal and it is easier to do that to the pink ones and they feel better in your ear than the tan ones. The tan ones block out more noise though, but I sleep next to the world's loudest snorer and the difference isn't enough for me to really worry about. For moms this could be a plus if you need to be able to hear a child crying. I like them because my husband's snoring becomes background noise, but my dog can still wake me up if she needs to go out. The pink ones show earwax alot less than the tan ones.
Like I said I use them every night, and I reuse a pair for a few nights then toss them, so being able to buy 50 pairs at a time at a good price is awesome. They also come in a little plastic container with a flip top lid, which is nice to store them.
One thing to keep in mind, for some reason my dog LOVES to eat these, so keep them away from dogs! They do seem to "pass through" the dogs pretty easily though.
One tidbit if anyone is thinking about wearing these to sleep every night...you will need to start showering in the morning. I use to shower at night and ended up getting a TERRIBLE ear infection, so bad I couldn't hear out of one ear. The earplugs trap moisture in your ear and that becomes a breeding ground for bacteria, so shower in the morning so there is not additional water.
I suffer from too things: a husband that snores louder than I ever thought possible, and small ears. I've tried countless ear plugs during the course of our relationship, and these are, hands down, the most comfortable.
...but they aren't the most effective. I always look at the pr rating and these were among the highest, but they really don't cancel out as much noise as others with the same rating. Probably because they're smaller so they do not expand to cover as much room as others do. This is also why they're so comfortable and I don't wake up with the ear pain I've experienced with others.
Basically, life sucks because you can't have it all. I either get optimal noise reduction and discomfort, or some noise reduction and total comfort. I'm happy that these aren't so constricting that I hear my heartbeat, but after I inevitably lose all 50 pairs to my cats colon, I'll probably just rebuy the green ones I've been finding at Walmart (more expensive because I can't buy them in bulk, but they really offer the best balance of comfort and noise reduction).
For reference on the size of my ear canals, I used to buy the Earplanes for Kids, but I did not use them for sleeping because they stuck out past my ear and they were painful after a while. If this sounds like you, I think these will work great for you.