Lavender Eye Pillow made in Ireland for Relaxation, Yoga, Sleep aid, Headache/Migraine management, with Lavender & Flaxseed .
All you need is ❤️… but a nice eye pillow doesn’t hurt 😁
How do we make our lavender eye pillows
100% cotton pillow and pillow case with flaxseed and lavender flowers filling, an unscented option is available too (please add a note to your order if you prefer the unscented version).
This design includes felt appliques with a hand embroidered happy face.
We use high quality quilting cotton for the cover, which is removable & washable (please make sure not to wet the inner pillow as this would spoil the flaxseed filling).
How do our eye pillows work
The pillow is slightly wider than standard eye pillows, we don’t to overly fill it, as this allows you to shape the flaxseed filling so that the pillow moulds perfectly to the contours of your face.
The pillow blocks out the light and provides a gentle pressure over the eyes and forehead, inducing a state of relaxation. It can also provide relief from headache/migraine or stress. Many people use eye pillows to soothe tired eyes after hours of computer work. They can also be used during a Yoga practice, whilst lying down in the relaxation pose of savasana, or as an aid to prepare for sleep.
This little lavender eye pillow would make a lovely gift.
Lavender Eye pillow made in Ireland by Nadia.
- Measurements: 24 x 12 cm approx
- Care instructions for the outer cover: hand wash at 30°C
Shipping/ Collection of your order
All our Irish made items for sale in the shop are made to order. Please allow between 3 to 5 working days, after we receive payment, for your order to be ready for shipping. This could take longer at our busiest times. You will receive a notification when your order ships.
You can also choose to collect your order in Lusk, Co Dublin.
Please be aware that we have take every care to ensure the accuracy of the colours depicted in our images. However, due to monitor resolution, lighting, photo processing software and other factors, it is almost impossible to represent colour to 100% accuracy.