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Bee Organic Lavender Scented Meditation Eye Pillow

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This listing is for one Lavender Meditation Eye Pillow.
This eye pillow is a great addition to your meditation practice. Place over your tired eyes for a calming and relaxing affect. It can also be used to alleviate headaches and help you sleep. Filled with a mixture of flax seeds and lavender.
The pillow cover is screen printed by hand on one side with gold honey bees and a purple om.

Printed pillow cover is 55% Hemp/ 45% Tencel.
Pillow insert is 100% Organic Cotton.

Choose from 2 fabric colors: Black or Purple.

Enjoy as is, or warmed in the microwave for up to 30 seconds. Or place pillow in a plastic bag and freeze for a wonderful cooling effect. Use with caution when heating. Always test the temperature before placing directly on eyes.

The pillow is made by hand in a smoke-free environment.
Measures 9" x 4" x 3/4"

The Bee Organic collection is a line of screenprinted clothing and accessories. Every piece is hand printed with images of honeybees. The main focus of this line is to raise awareness of the significant loss of honeybees due in part to environmental damages. Honeybees are responsible for pollinating 80% of agricultural crops and vegetation. Therefore these insects are an essential part of our society and ecosystems. Wearing organic fibers in our clothing is one way to support wildlife and a healthy and sustainable environment.

Bee Organic Lavender Scented Meditation Eye Pillow


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: hemp, tencel, organic cotton, flax seeds, lavender, ink
  • Ships worldwide from Canada
  • Feedback: 11 reviews
  • Favorited by: 14 people