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June 28, 2009

Tempurpedic Pillows- Review



I don't know about you, but my husband and I love to nestle ourselves inbetween tons of pillows when we sleep, so our bed is almost never made and is constantly covered with pillows of every variety, and we recently added two to the collection: the Tempur-Pedic ComfortPillow and the Tempur-Pedic NeckPillow.

My husband and I bought a Tempurpedic queen mattress before we got married a little over a year ago and we absolutely love it. We had looked at a handful of other mattresses before deciding on this one, and we are so glad we did; It was worth every penny. I hardly ever feel him get in or out of bed at night, so we were very excited to try the Tempurpedic pillows.

When the pillows arrived I took them out of their packaging and let them air our for about 3 days, otherwise you’d be sleeping on a pillow with a very distinct odor, which is completely normal. They just need time to air out. After they aired out for several days they were ready to use and odor-free.

I decided to try the NeckPillow first, and it supported my head really well and had great ergonomic contouring, but I had a hard time getting used to the feeling. Foam tends to mold to your body’s contours which took some getting used to because I normally use a firm pillow. I found the NeckPillow wonderful for side sleeping, which is my typical sleeping position. This pillow allowed me great support without being too much pillow to handle.
Here is some information on the NeckPillow:

The NeckPillow by Tempur-Pedic™ is recommended for those who desire not only a better night’s sleep but also need a more therapeutic sleep posture. The dual-lobe design supports the curve created by your head, neck and shoulders to properly align your spine and give you a perfect night’s sleep! It is important that you choose the proper pillow thickness based on your shoulder dimensions and sleeping position preference to promote an anatomically correct posture. A pillow that forces your head too high or allows it to fall too far back not only places stress on your neck, but could inhibit breathing.



My husband tried the ComfortPillow and really liked it. It is definitely more like a traditional pillow in both size and feel. Here is some information on the ComfortPillow:

The ComfortPillow by Tempur-Pedic™, our traditionally shaped pillow, provides the plush comfort you want, the body molding support you need and the luxurious appearance you desire. Individually formed, independently moveable TEMPUR® micro-cushions fill a specially designed cover, also made of TEMPUR pressure-relieving material.


Overall, we are big fans of Tempurpedic products and these pillows included. The memory foam material makes it easy to get the perfect support while entering into a deep, restful sleep. I would recommend these to my friends, family, and fellow bloggers.

1 comment:

  1. Great review=)
    I have one of the neck pillows & it's awesome=)

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