Joann Carroll Pillow November 19th, 2018 - 06:10:45
The five-star down alternative pillow. I want to start off by doing an overview of the pillow and just show you what it looks like give you an up-close look. So this is the standard size that I've got in my hands. It also comes in queen king and euro size, which is pretty cool. The outside fabric is 100 % cotton and it's got the senton piping on the edge, and then I got it, which is an inch and a half. That's designed to give you a little bit more loft, so I want to bring it up close. You can kind of see just got that cotton cool crisp feels to it and then the inside is polyester fibers. So it's a down alternative. So it's intended to sort of mimic the softness of down, but it's hypoallergenic. So if you've got an allergy, you would not. You know to be an issue with you and also supposed to have a little bit more firmness than a down pole.
I'm going to show you can kind of see. You know it's not it's still a down alternative. So it's not going to be like a memory. Foam or a showed memory, foam or anything like that still got. You know not the firmest, but this is what that would look like. I'm just trying to show you the feel, but it does distribute evenly. It doesn't bunch up. You can't be bunched up like a down, the pillow would and then for care. You can either send it out to be cleaned professionally or you can machine wash and dry. It just does a low gentle cold cycle and then a low tumble dry, and during that low tumble dry, you can pull it out and sort of like move the stuff around and help it dry quicker. But I found that I was able to just dry the whole thing without having to fluff it after the pros and cons of this pillow, even though I'm a side sleeper and a back sleeper, and we tend to need a little bit, more firmness actually really enjoyed The down alternative - I definitely sunk in everyone's head - is going to sink in, as I showed you before. It's not the firmest pillow, but it did provide enough support for me that I had no neck or spinal alignment issues.
I did feel achy when I woke up. I did feel support, even just on my back and my side. However, based on my experience, I do think it's probably the best fit for stomach sleepers. Still, it gets stomach sleeper. Who wants a little bit more firmness or a bit more support than they would get from a traditional down? Pillow, there's also great so for those who have allergies again because of a type of allergenic, and it was also really easy to care for. So I liked that and the only cons for me where online I could really find out if they had a trial period or warranty. So I don't know how much was well involved. If you buy this, if you're going to get a full refund, if you don't like it, and the other thing is that when I took it, I've is packaging, it had a little bit of an off-gassing smell, a bit of the chemical smell, but that went away after I washed and dried it, I had a great personal experience with the five-star down alternative pole dementia performed, so many typically legs, the firmer pillow, because I sleep on my side in my back, but I actually really enjoyed sinking into this pillow. It didn't fall completely flat for me and I actually didn't have any neck pain or anything out of alignment which is pretty interesting. So I do think that, even though it does feel much less dense than like a memory foam or shredded memory foam, there is some support in there. So I do think it's a good fit again for those. Maybe so my sleeper Zoar people who, like a down, feel but feel like it's falling too flat and one always bunch it up this day pretty evenly distributed for me and I do think you'll have to salt it a few times but overall again really good experience.