Hot/Cold Flax Seed Eye Mask

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SOOTH EYES, RELIEVE , OR JUST ENJOY. 
This eye mask is filled with a relaxing mix of organic flax seeds and organic lavender essential oil. It's weighted just right — so it rests comfortably on your eyes and conforms to the shape of your face. A non-prescription way to treat migraines, sinus pressure, and swollen eyes. Or just to escape for quick nap.

You can warm this in the oven on a cookie sheet or in the microwave. 
You can also put it in the freezer for use as a cold compress on your face. Holds the heat/cold for approximately 30 minutes. 

READ MORE... WHAT'S GOOD?
  • Organic, non-GMO
  • Cruelty-free
  • No sulfates, phthalates, petroleum, or parabens
  • No synthetic dyes or fragrances
  • Completely all-natural and safe
  • Everything is made with love in USA

INGREDIENTS
Organic brown whole flax seeds, lavender, organic lavender oil, & organic fabric.

PACKAGING
Just a small label.

SOURCE
Made in the USA.

ABOUT THE COMPANY
Jillian, the owner of Butter Me Up Organics™ describes her company best:

I started Butter Me Up for myself back in 2008. I was living in Pasadena and had always been VERY particular about the products I used on myself. At that time, that meant you shopped at Whole Foods or the lucky boutique you ran across once every 5 years that didn't just make things that smelled good. Finally, one day after spending $25 on a body butter, I thought to myself, 'I can make this'...and Butter Me Up Organics was created. I spent the next THREE years pouring over ingredients, benefits, quality, safety, certifications and where the ingredients came from and carefully crafted each recipe with purpose. Each recipe is my own and many, many hours of care and research was poured into every one. I chose things not on the cost but for the most benefit each recipe could bring. I designed everything to have the most therapeutic qualities possible in the bottle/jar/tin. I continue to hand make each product today. 

Each item is packaged in glass, tin or paper. Many people tried to convince me along the way to use plastic and with the extreme added cost of glass, especially in shipping, I almost did. But I couldn't. It just seemed to negate all of the care that I put into the standards of the ingredients and the recipes.

I use all recycled paper, soy inks, sustainable printers, and recycled packing materials. It is important to me to keep this earth as green as possible for the future generations.