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Shipibo Handmade Herbal Eye Pillow in Natural
with Lavender, Flax, and other Aromatic Herbs
Shipibo Handmade eye pillows in Rust or White
Shipibo Handmade Herbal Sachets in Natural and Rust
with Lavender, Flax, and other Aromatic Herbs
Shipibo Artisan Story - Centro Servicio Economicos


The Shipibo peoples are found in remote parts of the Amazon river basin. Even with contact to the developed world growing daily, the tribes have maintained a culture rooted in and to their ancestral environment. Every facet of their lives is influenced by the natural world. This aspect of their culture is reflected in art such as these eye pillows and sachets.

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These herbal Shipibo Eye Pillows and Sachets are available in two natural colored fabrics. De-stress and pamper yourself with five aromatic combinations: lavender, calendula, pepperment, rosemary and lemongrass. One World Projects supports this and other artisan communities in Peru through scholarships and creating a market for their products.

  • Herbal Eye Pillow - 7-1/2” long x 3-3/4” wide x 1” thick
  • Herbal Sachet - 5" long X 3" wide x 1" thick


Relaxing Lavender


Calming Lavender and Calendula


Stimulating mix of Peppermint, Bay Leaf, Orange Peel, Pine, and Cinnamon


Stimulating mix of Rosemary, Lavender and Lemon Peel


Restorative mix of Lemongrass, Orange Peel, Peppermint, and Bay Leaf

Handmade in Peru. Imported by fair trade standards.  

The Shipibo artistic process utilizes hand-woven cotton, either natural un-dyed or dyed in mahogany bark, to bring in a rich brown color. The artisans paint the fabric with a pointed piece of bamboo using the juice of the crushed Huito berry fruits, which turns into a black-brown dye when exposed to the air.

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