WHEATBAGS LOVE- Eye Mask- Black Arches
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Eye masks help to block out light so you can get a great night (or day’s) sleep.
They are also great for taking on plane flights to help you sleep and relax.
Our eye masks are super soft and have extra cotton padding inside to block out even more light and make them super comfortable on your eyes.
How Eye Masks Work
Eye masks work by blocking out the light that comes through your eyelids when your eyes are closed. We sleep better when there’s no light coming through to the eyes. The darker the better!
How To Use
Simply slip the eye mask over your eyes and place the soft elastic around the back of your head. The eye mask will sit comfortably over your eyes and top of your nose to block out light.
Made from 100% cotton, cotton/bamboo wadding and elastic. These eye masks have no wheat filling. If you’re looking for a wheat filled eyepillow click here.
We make all of our products in Melbourne so you can be sure of an ethically made and good quality product.
Arches Black Design
Kim creates all of the designs from her watercolour paintings. The Arches Black design features watercolour shapes and arches reminiscent of an intriguing landscape. The print is on the front of the eye mask and has a lovely soft black cotton on the back.
Great for Gifting!
Each eye mask also comes with it’s own gift box so they make great presents to send to loved ones! They are great for both men and women and perfect for the friend who’s heading overseas on a long flight.
- Hand made in Australia
- Digitally printed designer fabric
- Perfect size for covering your eyes and blocking out light
- 100% cotton with a pink cotton backing which is super soft
- Includes inner cotton padding for extra comfort
- Size: 20cm x 10cm (elastic is 28cm long)
- Please note print will vary from what’s pictured depending on how fabric is cut.
Wheatbags Love was founded in 2014 by Kim Stark. Back in the day when she was a remedial massage therapist she got a little frustrated by how ugly your standard wheatbag was. What was with all the corduroy in bad colours? Determined not to sell those in her clinic she started making her own. Then she started screen printing her own fabric and selling to other similarly minded clinics and gift stores… 6 years later her love of such a wonderful, helpful product that brings such joy to people hasn’t dimmed.