Blästa Henriët Eye Pillow Herring
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Wheat Bags and Eye Pillows are easy to care for. Each product comes with detailed care and safety instructions on the cotton tag, as well as on the packaging.
All covers are detachable and can be washed in the machine or by hand. Use a mild detergent, wash at 30°c on a gentle setting. Avoid tumble drying, hot iron on non-printed area when dry.
Do not wash the inner bag with wheat grain inside.
All Wheat Packs come unscented and are suitable for sensitive skin.
To scent your wheat pack for the use of aromatherapy, add a few drops of essential oil to the inner bag after heating, alternatively dilute a few drops of oil in warm water to spray onto the bag.
Lavender - soothing and relaxing
Rosemary - Anti-inflammatory and memory boosting
Lemon - Uplifting and cleansing
- Do not overheat
- Heat the bag in a clean, oven proof container when heating
- Ensure the microwave turntable turns freely with the bag on it and is not obstructed
- Do not use grill setting on electric oven
- Do not use gas oven
- Never leave the bag unattended when heating
- Always use a timer when heating the bag in a conventional oven
- Do not reheat until completely cooled down
- Leave the bag to cool on a non-combustible surface such as a kitchen draining board
- Do not allow the wheat to dry out otherwise it could burn.
- Rehydrate the wheat by placing an ovenproof container of water along with the bag in the microwave or oven to create steam, alternatively sprinkle the bag with water before heating
- There is no time limit for cooling the bag in the freezer
- The bag can be stored in the freezer long term
Our heat packs can be heated in the microwave or in a conventional oven.
Heat inner bag only, on a clean surface according to the times listed below. Keep hydrated by placing a heat proof container of water alongside the bag. Alternatively sprinkle with water before heating. Retains heat for up to 40 minutes. Leave bag to cool down before before reheating.
Wheat Bag - Microwave: 1 to 3 minutes at 600W, Oven: 10 to 15 minutes at 125 °C
Eye Pillow - Microwave: 30 to 60 seconds at 600W, Oven: 5 to 10 minutes at 125 °C
Do not use gas cooker or grill. Make sure the wheat bag can rotate freely in the microwave. Do not overheat.
Place the inner bag in a freeze proof container and freeze for a minimum of 1 hour.
For long term storage, keep product in freezer to maintain ultimate freshness.
Blästa Henriët herring eye pillows are weighted to soothe tired eyes and help deepen your relaxation during Savasana. Use as a warm compress to relieve dry eyes, ear ache, migraines, or block out light. Beautifully crafted from European natural flax. Super soft pre washed and softened linen for a really soft cover, perfect for relaxation, in a classic herringbone pattern and dark charcoal grey tone.
Unscented, you can spritz with lavender water or essential oils.
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- Oven & microwave safe
- Use hot & cold
- Durable, multi purpose, timeless
- Relaxation & pain relief
- Natural materials
- Unscented, can add essential oils
- Removable, washable cover
Can be used hot or cold. Oven and microwave safe. CE compliant.
Colour: Charcoal Grey.
Dimensions: 23x12 cm.
Material: Cover: 100% European Linen OEKO-TEX® . CE compliant.
Inner Bag: Natural cotton, Cotswold Wheat • FSC® certified packaging made from recycled waste fibres.
Heating and cooling times.
• Microwave: 30 - 60 seconds 600W
• Oven: 5 - 10 minutes 125 °C
• To use as cold pack, freeze for a minimum of 30 minutes.
To get the most out of your wheat pack and make sure it remains a long-loved piece for years to come; read our drop down information.
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