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    A restful night’s sleep could be right under your head - or your ear, either you sleep on your back or on your side, we are here to help you find the right pillow.

    (sorry! Stomach sleeper)

WHICH PILLOW IS RIGHT FOR YOU?

Investing in a good pillow is almost as important as invest in a good mattress.  A prefect pillow provides the right support for your neck and head and keeps your spine perfectly aligned - stopping stiffness or any discomfort in your neck next morning. Here’s our guide to find a right pillow.

Side sleeper

Side sleepers need a good support pillow (latex pillow is a good option) and its on the thicker side, the ideal thickness of a pillow you need is the one that’s as thick as the distance between your ear and shoulder.

Back sleeper

If you like to sleep on your back, you may need a flatter pillow to keep your neck in alignment, back sleepers also like softer pillows, the prefect one is that provides additional support to your neck while maintaining the softness that is comfortable for you.

Combination sleepers

Finding the right pillow for combination sleepers can be tricky, it has to be thick enough to support your head and neck while you are sleeping on your side, and flat enough for sleeping on your back, also, it shouldn’t be too soft, nor too firm. Our Natural Latex - functional, with central bowl-shape perfectly contour your head, neck, the two sides slightly higher ideal for side sleeping.  This pillow can provide adequate support no matter you sleep on your back or at the side.

MATERIAL

Down

First of all, when we talk about “down”, we mean the undercoating, the fluffy part of a duck / goose’s feather, if it comes with a quill running down the middle, it’a feather, not “down”. Down pillows are light and soft, so if you like a soft place to rest your head (or you want to have a pillow fight), you may like a down pillow. Just not so great for those who have allergic reactions and sensitivity to down.

Microfibre

They are soft and fluffy and supportive. Check out the “Anti-bacterial white goose down feather pillow” in our shop, its filled with 50% white goose down / 50% of microfibre balls, it combine the best of both worlds.

Latex

Natural latex is made from the sap of the rubber tree as known as a natural type of foam. Latex pillows are bouncy, and you will be surprised by how responsive and accommodating the latex can be  at the same time, it allows latex pillow contours to your head and neck. The structure of nature latex allows air to flow through which makes it  — cool!

Check out our latex pillow

  

HOW OFTEN SHOULD YOU REPLACE YOUR PILLOW?

Generally speaking, you should replace your pillow every two or three years. It doesn’t matter how much you love your current pillow, you can’t keep it forever. We know, some well-made pillow might last up to five years, but that’s not the point. Like it or not, every night as you sleep, you leave behind some stuff like -  skin, hair, body oil, sweat, drool that your pillow absorbs. The buildup of these stuffs can cause your pillow to smell, even worse, these conditions will attract dust mites to grown in your pillow, dust mites feed on your skin and they are bad for people with allergies.

  

SIGNS YOU SHOULD REPLACE YOUR PILLOW

There is noticeable lumps and bumps, stains and dingy.

It feels flat, you are not getting appropriate support from it.

You wake up every morning with a stiff and aching neck.

  

HOW TO CLEAN YOUR PILLOW

Unfortunately, most pillows can’t be thrown into a washing machine like how we clean our clothes, but the covers can, just make sure to check the care label first, and the pillow itself can be vacuumed from time to time to keep dust away. We strongly advise you to use pillowcase on your pillow, and have it washed once a week, if you need an extra protection, check out our pillow protector.

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