Peep Club

Soothing Coconut Eye Balm



Peep Club Soothing Coconut Eye Balm is a calming, nourishing, soothing and hydrating balmy textured eye treatment suitable for the entire eye area, including eyelashes. Use this coconut eye balm to cleanse the eyelid and lashes, to remove makeup and daily grime or as a gently soothing eye treatment for tired eyes. 

Peep Club eye balm is made from the highest quality, certified organic ingredients - this balm is simple, gentle and free from fragrance, alcohol, preservatives and any other known eye irritants.

Peep Club Coconut Eye Balm contains raw virgin coconut oil which contains Vitamin E to soften dry skin under the eyes. Coconut oil displays natural antibacterial properties which help fight off lash-damaging bacteria to help blepharitis while Lauric Acid helps strengthen lashes and boosts their lustre and shine. Chamomile is added to soothe and calm any inflammation or redness. But the real hero ingredient is Cureberry, a powerful antioxidant that works on a cellular level to protect your skin against free radical damage (such as that from pollution and blue light from screens). When used frequently, it has even been shown to reverse free radical damage.

How to use: 

  1. Remove contact lenses before use
  2. Melt a pea sized amount of the balm on your finger tips and gently pat around your under eye area.
  3. Can also be used as an effective eye makeup remover - Sweep one of Peep Club's Reusable Velvet Bamboo Pads into your eye balm. Coat the pad with a thin layer of the balm and work into lashes and lids to melt away mascara, eyeliner and eyeshadow. 

Please store your Peep Club Soothing Coconut Balm below 20C.


Q: My eyes are blurry after using the balm

A: This may be because you have used too much of the balm - it's really important to only use a 1/2 pea to pea sized amount (max) per eye. In rare occassions the blurriness is due to a minor allergy to one of the ingredients - if this is the case, the allergy will clear 2-3 after stopping use.

Q: The balm has melted what do I do

A: The balm has no wax in it (wax isn't great for your eyes) but wax is the ingredient that keeps most cosmetic products like balms solid in warmer temperatures. If you pop the balm in the fridge for 1-2 hours it should solidify again!

Not suitable if you are allergic to coconut or any of the other ingredient (chamomile, cureberry/ blueberry).

Cocos Nucifera Oil (Coconut Oil), Anthemis Nobilis Flower Extract (Chamomile Extract), Vaccinium Myrtillus Leaf Extract (Cureberry Extract).

100% Organic (Soil Association Certified Organic), 100% Natural, Vegan, Cruelty Free (Leaping Bunny Certified)

Product Code: PEC0002


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