Meet The (Peri)Menopause Cooling Mist

Introducing your new favourite product to use alongside the best-selling Menopause Drops, the (Peri)Menopause Cooling Mist, exclusively formulated for The Goodnight Co.


Our (Peri)Menopause Cooling Mist is a lightweight aromatic mist that offers instant relief to bothersome symptoms including hot flushes and redness. Formulated with an exclusive blend of clean ingredients including plant extracts, Peppermint, Holy Basil and Rose Water which provide instant cooling, revitalisation and calmness to the face and body.

Perfect for your daily routine or before bed. Shake well before use and spray to the face for instant relief and a good night's sleep.


Menopause is not a new phenomenon. 

Of more than 108.2 billion people who have ever lived, roughly half are women, and ALL who have clocked up a reasonably full lifespan, have lived and slept through this somewhat oddly-named mid-life change (not crisis) called menopause. 

A maturity milestone, perhaps better renamed women-Oh!-pause, given it marks the end of a woman’s monthly menstrual cycle.

Truth be known, if you’re a woman, menopause is just a blip on this transitional journey or, more precisely, the exact moment the calendar flips 12 full months since your last ‘period’. Period. 

Blink and you’ll miss it! From that moment on (which for most women occurs around the half-century mark), you’re technically in post-menopause. The actual transitional journey, including the 364 days from your last period, is called Perimenopause. 

Not to be confused with peri peri seasoning, although for many women just as ‘hot’, this phase typically lasts three to five years, and is virtually impossible to miss. 

Usually starting in your mid-to-late 40s, perimenopause is when hot flushes and night sweats first emerge, impacting sleep, mood and next-day alertness (#hello #brainfog). 

At The Goodnight Co., we don’t claim to be experts on the journey to menopause, which for a small percentage of women can happen before the age of 40 (premature menopause) or 45 (early menopause).

We do, however, spend our waking hours curating innovative and evidence-based sleep health products and programs to help you create better days, through better sleep, at every life stage. 

Importantly, if, like most women, you experience disrupted sleep on your transitional journey to menopause, you don’t have to take it lying down (at least, not tossing and turning, trying to get to sleep) – which is why we’re excited to introduce a powerful new Diva to our feel-good line-up of remedies. 


And finally, we firmly believe knowledge is power. So, ladies, listen up! Quality sleep – and doing everything you can to keep your sleep health routine on track – is vitally important long before, and after, menopause. 

Here’s why…

Adding it up!

According to research conducted by the US-based Centers for Disease Control and Prevention:

  • 32.5% of pre-menopausal women sleep less than seven hours a night, rising to 56% during perimenopause, then dropping to 40.5% post-menopause. 
  • 16.8% of pre-menopausal women experience difficulty falling asleep four or more times a week, rising to 24.8% during perimenopause, and 27.1% post-menopause.
  • 23.7% of pre-menopausal women have trouble staying asleep through the night, rising to 30.8% during perimenopause, and 35.9% post-menopause. 
  • 47% of pre-menopausal women wake feeling tired at least four days a week, rising to 49.9% during perimenopause, and 55.1% post-menopause.

Did you know? Women (and girls) are classified ‘pre-menopausal’ as soon as they commence menstruation. During this period, fluctuating hormonal levels (especially just before and during menstruation) can lead to disturbed sleep, headaches, cramping, anxiety and low mood. 

Sound familiar? If you’re still in the pre-menopausal life stage, The Goodnight Co.’s Calm Drops provide a 100% natural, safe and calming pick-me-up any time of the day or night. What’s more, for women already on the journey to menopause and beyond, they can be used in conjunction with Menopause Drops.


 "I see menopause as the start of the next fabulous phase of life as a woman. Now is a time to ‘tune in’ to our bodies and embrace this new chapter."

Actress, Kim Cattrall, who famously played Samantha Jones in Sex and the City