Cooling Eye Pillows Review

Aromahome Cooling Eye Pillows

Spirit flights over the last few weeks have proved very stressful for both hubby and me. Lengthy delays, unscheduled stops for fuel, tail switches bumping whole planes, broken seats, and broken in flight checked electric wheelchair are only some of the problems we encountered. These are unexpected circumstances that the flyer can do absolutely nothing about.

However, there are things that the traveler can do to make himself or herself more comfortable. I like the scouts am always prepared. My one free personal item is fully packed – stocked with reading glasses, paperback, puzzle book, paper, pen, protein bars, refillable water bottle, phone chargers, camera, etc., etc., etc, and not to forget Cooling Eye Pillows. Why eye pillows? East Coast-West Coast time differences, long red eye flights, Gremlin No-No bright lights all interfere with sleep. Who wants to go anywhere or be anywhere fatigued? Clearly well-rested is the way to go.

Last week on a bad coast to coast plane trip to LA, I tucked Aroma Home Cooling Eye Pillows mask into my suitcase. Little did I know then just how much I would need that soft silky green eyemask infused with pure essential oils in the hours ahead. Relaxing in the air for me has never been easy. When the pilot announced turbulence, I was not happy.

Shortly after that, I placed the Cooling Eye Pillows over my eyes, smelled its light lavender and mint. It blocked the disturbing overhead lights. The next thing I knew it it was time to make my connecting flight with none of the eye strain,anxiety, headache, and sinus problems I usually encounter.

Therapearl Eyessential Pack

I had also brought along an Eye-ssential Pack (www.therapearl.com) just in case. I had seen it on the counter at my town drugstore. I asked what feedback my pharmacist had gotten on it. The responses were all positive, and a reorder had been placed. Recommended for sprains, bruises, and sports injuries, I pretested Eye-ssential on my youngest son, but no baby, recently. It worked.

LA chose the freezer cold routine vs. the microwave heat. Its water and glycerin caviar bead base contoured and relieved the circle, puffiness, and migraine he had. Just twenty minutes of the flexible, non-toxic, reusable, hot/cold on, made a difference.

Available in stores and online, these products list at $15.99 and $12.99 respectively.

The product featured in this review was provided free of cost to me for the sole purpose of product testing and review. This review has not been monetarily compensated and is based on my views and opinions. Please note that the opinions reflected in this post have not been influenced by the sponsor in any way.

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