These beautiful lavender neck wraps are handmade by Miche Niche in Sacramento, CA, and filled with premium flaxseed and lavender. The cover is removable and washable. This lavender neck wrap is designed to help us stop, be quiet, and rest a bit.
Lavender is widely known to help calm the senses and relax the muscles, and the inclusion of flaxseed gives these neck wraps a satisfying weight that increases the overall soothing effect.
The wrap is also generously sized to ensure full coverage over your neck and other areas of your body.
What’s inside? Flaxseed and lavender buds. That’s all. Miche Niche uses food-grade quality flax seed because a product going on your body should be good enough to eat. Miche Niche sources certified naturally grown lavender from Araceli Farms, a local woman-owned business.
Can my neck wrap be warmed? Yes!
Heating Instructions: Fold in half and place in the microwave for 20-second increments until your desired temperature is reached. Heat your neck wrap slowly, as flaxseed inside can burn. Warming, cooling, and washing instructions are also included in a sew-in tag on the cover for your reference.
Can my neck wrap be cooled? Yes!
Cooling Instructions: Store your neck wrap in a sealable plastic bag for about an hour before you want to use it. Warming, cooling, and washing instructions are also included in a sew-in tag on the cover for your reference.
Can I use my neck wrap anywhere other than my neck? Absolutely!
Many of our customers will use their neck wrap either warmed or cooled on their shoulders to help relax sore tight muscles, or abdomen to help with cramping.
How do I care for my neck wrap? Spot clean pillow with a slightly damp cloth. Do not submerge pillow in water. However, feel free to wash the removable cover as it is machine washable and can be dried.
More About the Artist
Michelle Adcock is the maker and designer behind Miche Niche. This business is where her love of sewing and sustainable living come together. Michelle believes in making eco-friendly, zero waste living accessible for everyone. Living sustainably isn’t about being perfect—it’s about making small changes that add up to big things over time. Michelle wants to use her products to remind the world: Every little bit helps. Let’s all do small things that add up to big things.
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