Lavender Silk Eye Pillow (Burgundy Red) | The Soap Box Kuwait

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Lavender Silk Eye Pillow (Burgundy Red)

KD10.500

Our exquisite Silk Eye Pillows are filled with a unique blend of natural seeds and wonderfully scented English Hidcote and French Grosso lavender flowers. Designed to shape the contours of the face, blocking out light and spreading a soothing, gentle weight over the acupressure points surrounding the eye area, the Silk Eye Pillow is most effective when stored in the freezer and used when cool. Ideal for screen tired, overworked or puffy eyes and a thoughtful gift for headache and migraine sufferers. Available in midnight navy, racing green, burgundy red and jolly purple.

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Weight .326 kg
Dimensions 25.5 × 12 × 3.5 cm
  • Who's it for?
    • For sufferers of headaches, migraines, screen tired, overworked or puffy eyes.
    • Yoga lovers – a beautiful way to complete your practice.
  • What makes it special?
    • When stored in the freezer for an hour or two and then applied to the eyes the coolness of this pillow combined with the calming scent of lavender is a lovely way to relieve tension headaches, stinging eyes and insomnia.
    • With an outer, ultra-luxurious 100% silk outer cover, these pillows are designed to shape the contours of the face, blocking out light and spreading a soothing gentle weight over the acupressure points surrounding the eye area.
  • How to use?

    Remove the pillow from its box and gently rub between your palms to release the scent of lavender then lie down and apply over eyes and forehead.  In cooler seasons , when warmed in the microwave for 10-15 seconds the pillow gives a soothing, gentle sleep-inducing warmth to the forehead. To ensure the long life of your pillow always store in the freezer in its box in a sealed waterproof bag.

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