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Purple Mattress Pillows Compared: Purple Pillow, Purple Harmony or Purple Plush?

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Still sleeping hot on a foam pillow? Purple pillows stay cool throughout the night, which makes it so you aren’t waking up constantly to readjust. Add that they’re hypoallergenic, washable and long-lasting and you’re going to sleep better. Purple has 3 pillows to choose from and they all sleep cooler but they’re very different from each other.

Which Purple Pillow Should you Get?

We stacked up all the Purple mattress pillows to help you choose the best one for you. Two have the hyper elastic polymer or comfort grid  inside, like the mattress. Just one pillow doesn’t. If you’re planning to purchase a Purple mattress you get the best deal by buying a set that includes pillows, or what Purple calls a bundle.

Please read our Purple hybrid review for more about the Purple bed. The pillow and the bed are similar and unlike any other mattress because of the airflow and comfort of the grid.

Purple Mattress Pillows Compared

Purple mattress has 3 pillows you can buy right now. They’re very different from each other, so keep reading to learn which one is best for you. We purchased each of these pillows and this post is not sponsored however we may earn a commission when you buy through our links.

The Original Purple Mattress Pillow

Purple Mattress Pillow

Purple Pillow

The Purple Harmony Pillow

Purple Harmony Pillow

Purple Harmony Pillow

The Purple Plush Pillow

Purple Mattress Plush Pillow

Purple Plush Pillow

Each one is very different and unique not only from each other, but from other mattress brand pillows. Before we get into the details, there are a few things you need to know about Purple as a brand.

Here’s how they look stacked up:

Purple mattress pillows compared

3 Facts about Purple Mattress Products

1 – Purple doesn’t like memory foam and so you won’t see any in their products.

2 – The Hyper Elastic Polymer takes different forms and formats but it will be the material closest to you. They don’t add a layer between you, the cover and the mattress or pillow. That’s how you get the full effect of the flexible properties of the comfort grid.

3 – Purple sheets and covers for the mattresses and all but the Purple Plush pillow are stretchy so that it can move with the comfort grid. This allows you to get the full effect and feel of Purple’s unique comfort grid. The Purple Plush makes absolutely no sense for this brand because it breaks all of the rules.

Each pillow has a 100 night trial and a 1 year warranty you can return your pillow for a full refund if you’re not satisfied.

which purple pillow to buyPurple Pillow

This is Purple’s original pillow, the first one they came out with. It’s famous for its weight. In the world of pillows it’s a heavyweight. Weighing in at almost 10 lbs it can double as a personal security device in case of break ins at your house! Just hit the thief over the head and knock them out!

It’s made of a triangle grid that is indeed purple color underneath the cover (actually lavender color). This is similar to the comfort grid that is the top layer of every Purple mattress. Really the Purple Pillow is a slab of the stuff with a thin backing. And that’s it. There isn’t anything to give it structure so it is floppy. It’s very similar to the Purple seat cushion actually.

Purple Mattress Pillow

Materials: Moisture wicking breathable cover, Purple grid (the same flexible polymer that is featured inside a Purple mattress) with backing, plus 2 boosters to add an inch or a half inch to the height.

Pillow dimensions: 24″ x 16″ x 3″

Sizes: Comes in regular/standard size only. There is now a smaller kid’s version but weird enough, it’s a little thicker – 3.25″ thick.

Thickness: 3″ thick

Weight: almost 10 lbs.

Cost: $89 and sometimes offered free with mattress purchase (check website)

Pros: won’t go flat or change shape over time, doesn’t sleep hot

Cons: thinner and heavy than most pillows – you’ll either love it or hate it. Luckily, if you think it’s for you but aren’t sure, Purple offers a 100 sleep trial on all of their pillows. If you don’t like it within that timeframe, return it for a full refund.

Get this pillow if you like a lower profile pillow and aren’t someone who wants to hug their pillow. This pillow won’t mold to you and isn’t super huggable!

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Purple Harmony Pillow

The Harmony is an odd name for a pillow. We have the Purple Pillow and the Purple Plush and then they get all weird and decide to name this one the Harmony. It doesn’t make sense! Harmony is the newest pillow and it has the benefit of the polymer and it also has latex to add structure and support.

However, it’s VERY different from the Purple Pillow because the polymer layer is in hexagons and instead of being several inches thick, it’s barely the thickness of a quarter. And it’s really just in the cover. Most of the pillow is made of hypoallergenic Talalay latex, which means it’s a bit bouncy. That also means it retains its shape well.

Purple Harmony has two height options. It comes in 2 lofts. You might expect that they call it a high or low loft, they actually put it in inches!! Choose from 6.5 or 7.5 inches thick. I picked the 6.5 inch thickness.

Purple Harmony Pillow

Buy more and save – 10% off one & 15% off two.

This is the most expensive of Purple’s pillows by quite a bit, however, it’s also the nicest one.


Cover: 92% Nylon Fiber, 8% Spandex Fiber, with moisture-wicking treatment. Inside the cover is thinner hexagon pattern of Purple Grid.

Core: Ventilated Talalay Latex

Pillow dimensions: 26″ x 17″ x 6.5″ and comes shipped flat in a box (not rolled)

Sizes: Comes in standard or king.

Thickness: 6.5″ (regular) or 7.5″ (tall). I recommend that most sleepers get the 6.5″ regular size.

Weighs about 5 lbs.

Cost: $159 and is sometimes offered free with mattress purchase (check website)

Pros: most substantial pillow in the lineup and won’t sleep hot.

Cons: pricer but worth it if you like latex and the flexibility of the construction to move with you.

This pillow is for you if you love latex, want more loft and bounce. It’s huggable and keeps its shape.

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Purple Plush Pillow

The Plush is Purple’s lighter, fluffy pillow. What’s weird about it? It zips and unzips on the sides (not the ends) – but not like other pillows where you can remove some of the insides to change up the height. No this one compresses or relaxes to add more or less of a fluffy feel. It’s the highest loft of all the Purple pillows.

You control how fluffy it feels by zipping or unzipping the panels on each side of the pillow. It’s made of 100% polyester. We can’t really figure out what makes it special and it’s our least favorite of the three pillows Purple sells.

It came to us a little lumpy and surprisingly reviews from their own customers (or people who were given a free pillow to review) weren’t always stellar.

For some reason, Purple doesn’t really like king or queen sizes of pillows. In fact, they skip right over the queen to the king. But only the Purple Plush even comes in king (as of this writing).

Materials: Smart Fluff

Cover: 60% Lyocell, 40% Nylon, moisture-wicking treatment
Interlocking denier poly fiber puff balls

Pillow Dimensions: 26″ x 18″ with adjustable height

Sizes: standard or king

Thickness: variable depending on how you zip it, but about 5.5″ at its tallest

Weighs about 3.5 lbs for a standard size and 4.4 for a king

Cost $44 for standard and $57 for a king

Pros: light and airy, comes in a king size

Cons: not sure about durability and how it will hold up – concerned it will go flat over time

Buy the Plush if you like traditional feel type pillows and want to control the loft or if you want/need a king size pillow.

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If I gave my opinion I’d do away with the Purple Plush pillow (I call it the Purple Fluff pillow) because I think there are much better options for the price. Also, it’s totally off brand because it doesn’t have any of Purple’s signature comfort grid or features. The good news is, it shouldn’t sleep hot, like the other Purple pillows for sure don’t.

But as always, you decide what works for you and there’s a trial period so you can return it. I actually returned my Purple Plush pillow and the process was very easy. I planned on keeping it but didn’t like and I’m glad I got to go through the process so, I could see how it worked. Your experience may differ but overall I found customer service to be quite good.

Have any questions about the Purple pillows? Leave them in the comments and we’ll try to help you pick the best one for you.

Purple Pillows Cost and Sizes Compared

We stacked up the Purple mattress brand pillows so you could see the sizes and prices side by side (sizes and prices are current as of this blog post, prices may change). Your best bet is to buy a Purple mattress (read our Purple hybrid review) in a bundle. Purple calls them gifts but you save by buying Purple bundles – so purchase the the pillows, sheets and mattress together rather than separately.

How much do Purple Pillows Cost

Have you purchased a Purple brand pillow? What did you think? Let us know in the comments.

Casper Down Pillow

New Casper Pillow Is Made of Ethically Sourced Machine Washable Down

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Casper, the company famous for their bed in a box mattress, is expanding their line of pillows. First, they introduced The Casper Pillow. Recently, they added The Casper Down Pillow. While there are many shredded memory foam pillows on the market, real down from online companies isn’t as common. Keep reading for the top 5 facts about Casper’s new pillow.

Thank you for shopping through our links, which help support our site. We always strive to give honest reviews and keep you updated on what’s new in the mattress/bedding industry online.

Casper Labor Day Sale

If you plan to buy a Casper mattress, you can also score savings on the new Casper Down Pillow with their sale. Take 10% off any order with a mattress with code LABORDAY. Valid 8/23 through 8/29.

Casper Down Pillow

5 Quick Facts about The Casper Down Pillow

  1. Filled with 100% ethically sourced down feathers Certified by the Responsible Down Standard (RDS). The RDS is an independent, voluntary global standard that was created with input from animal welfare groups, industry experts, brands and retailers. They recognize and rewards best practices in animal welfare.
  2. Features 5-chamber structure combines breathability with support. Made with a 100% cotton outer shell, 100% polyester inner panels, 80% white duck down, 20% feather outer chamber, 60% white duck down, 40% feather inner chambers. This means no poking and a soft feathery feel.
  3. Machine Washable.
  4. Comes in standard ($125) and king sizes ($165). As far as real down cost, Casper is right on par with pricing on these higher end pillows.
  5. Has a generous 100 night sleep trial – you have 100 nights to try it and if you don’t like it, return it for a full refund.

It has a 1 year limited warranty.

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Also check out the Casper Glow Light or the Casper mattress. If you missed the Labor Day Sale, use code UNBOX50 to save $50 on a mattress.

Purple plush pillow

New Purple Pillow Unzips for a Plush Dreamy Feel

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Purple just introduced a new pillow – the Purple Plush Pillow. It’s their first sleeping product that doesn’t have Purple’s signature Hyper-Elastic Polymer Smart Comfort Grid inside (the purple stuff). We may earn a commission if you buy a Purple pillow through our link.

It’s an adjustable pillow – though not in the way pillows are usually adjustable. Most pillows that have zippers so you can remove part of foam inside and make the pillow more or less lofty. Purple’s pillow is unique because the zipper serves a different function: to make it more or less compressed.

You can zip or unzip it along the long side of the pillow to control how soft it feels. When you zip up the pillow it compresses it to create a more firm feel. Unzipping spreads out the pillow to create a softer feel.

True to brand you won’t find shredded memory foam inside a Purple pillow. Rather it’s filled with what they call, “interlocking poly fiber balls technology”.

Cooling Pillow

I can attest to the coolness of the original pillow. If you sweat at night and don’t mind the heaviness of it, there’s not much better. Purple claims the new pillow is also cooling. The cover is made of Lyocell-blend material to make it cooler, moisture wicking, and more breathable.


In addition, the pillow is washable. Besides washing your pillow, Purple recommends that you fluff it once a week.


The Purple Plush Pillow comes in one size – 26″ x 18″ – which is an odd size that’s not a standard, queen or king. A standard pillow is normally 20″ x 26″ so the new pillow is 2 inches smaller than standard. The original Purple Pillow is 24″ x 16″, also not large enough to be a standard pillow size.


Unlike the original Purple pillow, the Purple plush pillow is lightweight at 3.6lbs compared to 10 lbs for the original.


$49, which is about half of the cost of the original.

Sleep Trial

You have 100 days to try out the Purple Plush Pillow and if you don’t like it you can get a full refund.


1 year

Purple Pillow Sale

With the new launch there’s a “buy one get one free” deal. Compared to many other online brands, it’s a steal, especially with the buy-one-get-one-free offer.

Buy One Get One Pillow Free

Have you tried the Purple Plush Pillow? What did you think? We’d love to hear in the comments.

Layla Pillow Review – Soft and Comfortable Copper Infused Pillow

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Layla Pillow Review

Layla has a copper infused memory foam pillow that’s super soft and features some unusual fill material you probably haven’t heard of.

Layla Sleep is dedicated to bringing the health and cooling benefits of copper to all of their products. They also try to find sustainable materials all at the same price as most boxed pillow brands.

Layla Pillow Review

First, the pillow specs
Sizes: standard and king
Thickness: 4 inches
Material: 70% responsive memory foam and 30% Kapok fibers, which comes from the seed pod fluff the Kapok tree. This is a sustainable option which is natural, free from pesticides and chemicals. Feels like down.
Cover: geometric pattern with polyester, rayon viscose and Lycra. This is also where you’ll find the copper for cooling, to provide antibacterial properties, and health benefits. Is not removable or adjustable (no zipper).
Best for: Back and side sleepers. Too thick for stomach sleepers.
Trial Period: 120 days
Warranty: 5 years
Price: check current price – payment plan is available

Note: there are affiliate links in this post and we may earn a small commission on purchases. 

Our Impressions

The Layla pillow can be machine washed and dried, although they’ve updated their site to not recommend it. They even now suggest it will void the warranty. We did wash it and it held up very well with some fuzziness to the fibers. If you do wash it, be sure to wash on gentle and air dry.

As far as the cover, it’s very attractive with small pillows or tufts in it. The pattern is nice and we like that it’s not the same look you always see. We recommend that you get a pillow protector (a copper infused pillow protector) to keep bacteria, sweat, drool and everything else from destroying your pillow. Though the copper might help, it’s best not to let those substances get in and start to break down the fill.

This pillow has a memory foam feeling but not a SHREDDED memory foam fill. Rather it’s cut in larger pieces. That means it keeps its shape and doesn’t clump up like some pillows in this category.

You can adapt the pillow to fit your preference by bunching up the fill to your preference.

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Layla Pillow Pros/Cons

Our customers were fascinated with this pillow. Almost everyone who saw it asked about it. Some thought it was pricey but it’s in line with most boxed brand pillows. We’ve found that they last for longer and so are often worth the price.

We loved how soft and moldable Layla’s pillow is. It’s so comfortable and has a different feel than any other pillow we’ve reviewed (besides the Purple pillow).

As far as cooling properties we didn’t notice it was particularly cooling yet it didn’t sleep warm either.

Overall we would recommend Layla Sleep copper infused memory foam pillow if you’re a side or back sleeper who wants something soft and moldable (even huggable) but that keeps its shape. Bonus: you may get recovery and health benefits from it too!

Layla memory foam pillow

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Pillow Shopping 101: Everything You Need To Know To Buy The Perfect Pillow

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Did you know that nearly a third of all Americans are sleep deprived? That means 40.6 million people in America aren’t getting enough sleep every night.

Sleep deprivation can lead to impaired motor vehicle skills, relationship stress, and a poor quality of life across the board. Not getting enough sleep can also impact your appearance and accelerate the aging process.

But the good news is, there has never been a better time to get help with a good night’s sleep. Pillow shopping for the best pillow may change your sleep habits entirely.

Before you invest in strange gimmicks to get better rest it’s important to start with a great pillow. Read on to learn how to find the perfect pillow for you.

1. Consider Your Sleep Habits

Your sleep habits are the biggest factor in picking out the right pillow for your needs. You may be tempted by a thick, plush pillow, or the newest memory foam.

But these pillow types aren’t for everyone. People who sleep on their side generally need a thicker pillow for the support required for a good night’s sleep.

People who sleep on their stomach or put a pillow between their knees will want to buy pillows that are a bit thinner. And if you sleep on your back something in-between is the best bet.

Your health or body changes may necessitate a different pillow. Women who are pregnant can get the extra support of a pregnancy pillow.

If you’re like me I have a pillow collection and have different preferences depending on my mood or how I’m sleeping.

2. Read The Reviews

Thank goodness for the internet. We have so many options today that we don’t have to settle for a pillow that isn’t perfect for us.

Pillow shopping is that much easier because of the easy availability of online reviews. You can do a great deal of homework on what people think before you even enter a store.

In the past, people were confronted with pushy salespeople in bedding stores. They were left to trust the word of these sales associates and still might not get a good night’s sleep.

But make sure you look for reviews of other customers. And don’t stop at the reviews on a company’s website.

3. Test Them Out

Don’t hesitate to grab a pillow in the store and give it a test drive. if you have learned about your sleeping habits and researched the reviews your field should be narrowed down by now.

The best part about buying a pillow online is that you can sleep on it and still return it for a refund if you’re not a fan. Just find out about the terms ahead of time and keep the pillow in the plastic bag. Most boxed pillow brands give you 100 days trial and a generous warranty.

4. Consider The Materials

Did you know that you should likely be replacing your pillow every 6 months? Even if the pillow is durable and retains its shape, you could be providing a home for dangerous dust mites.

This means you should consider the materials that fill your pillow based more on comfort and preference than durability.

Any pillow you buy with solid reviews should be able to provide solid support and comfort for 6 months at the very least.

Down, Feather & Synthetic

You can choose from down, feather, and synthetic materials. If you opt for a feather pillow make sure no feathers stick out.

If they do, it could be a sign the stitching is not tight enough on your pillow. Without solid stitching and a tight cover, you can be uncomfortable and more prone to capturing dust and mites in your pillow. You’ll find our top pick for a down pillow at the end of this article where we list our favorites that we’ve had for 6 months or longer that have held up and that we keep reaching for.

5. Allergy Concerns

Did you know that your allergies could be greatly aggravated just from your pillow? More than 50 billion Americans suffer from allergies each year.

If you are having trouble with your allergies you should pay special care when selecting the right pillow. People with allergies should know how to buy a pillow that protects them during sleep times.

Shredded memory foam pillows are popular with boxed mattress brands. Just like a mattress your pillow can have a lot of chemicals on it which some people are allergic to (off gassing or chemical smell). We see this most often when the pillows are made in China.

There are hypoallergenic fills and materials to ease your discomfort. Also, make sure to change your pillow regularly and wash the cover often.

Just washing the pillowcase isn’t enough though. A pillow protector is easy to remove and wash. It’ll make your pillows last longer.

Just like with mattresses, sweat, droll and other substances get into your pillow attract bacteria and immediately start breaking down the materials. Wash them with your pillow cases and make sure to get one that’s waterproof (follow the manufacturer’s directions to avoid removing the waterproof qualities after washing).

Everlasting Comfort 100% Waterproof Pillow Protector, Hypoallergenic Pillow Covers, Breathable Membrane, Lifetime Replacement Guarantee (Standard, 2-Pack)Everlasting Comfort 100% Waterproof Pillow Protector, Hypoallergenic Pillow Covers, Breathable Membrane, Lifetime Replacement Guarantee (Standard, 2-Pack)

6. Thread Count

The higher the thread count on your pillow cover, the softer the pillow will feel. Even if you invest in luxury pillowcases, the pillow can still feel rough without proper thread count.

Anything over 300 is generally soft. But many people will find that 6-700 thread counts are that much more comfortable.

7. Care Instructions

You want a pillow that will be easy to care for. Make sure you look at the care instructions before you buy. Generally speaking we recommend that you air dry pillows even if it says you can put them in the dryer.

8. Your Needs Can Change

Many people put off replacing their pillow way too long. They have gone to the trouble of breaking in their pillow and at this point, it is almost like an old friend.

But putting off changing your pillow can be a health hazard. It can keep dust and allergens no matter how much you try and care for it.

Changing your pillow infrequently can also impact you getting a good night’s sleep. The truth is that people’s needs change.

You may have different aches and pains. Or maybe you have gained or lost weight.

If you are sleeping in different ways your pillow should reflect these shifts. Make sure you are open minded to changing if need be.

Pillow Shopping And More

Of all the pillows Unbox Mattress has tested so far, these are our 3 favorites:

Layla Sleep Pillow – this is a truly unique pillow and everyone who saw it on one of our mattresses was interested and wanted to try it. It’s so comfortable!! The cover is copper infused (just like the mattress). Inside is a blend of kapok fiber and memory foam. It’s squishy and wonderful. Our only wish is that they came in king size!

Layla pillow

Brooklyn Bedding Shredded Memory Foam Pillow – you may be familiar with My Pillow and Brooklyn Bedding is similar but better because it held its shape better than My Pillow. We didn’t get the crevice in the middle and it didn’t get lumpy or go flat. You can also add/remove the foam for a customized pillow feel. Comes in standard sizes.

Pacific Coast Down Pillow – if you want a classic down pillow, this is the one we recommend. It’s higher quality and many hotels use this pillow. When life is hard, get a soft pillow. This brand is time tested (making pillows for decades) and preferred by many.

Pacific Coast Double Down Around Set (2 Queen Pillows) (2)Pacific Coast Double Down Around Pillow

For many people buying a pillow is only the first step. They want to pair their pillow shopping with the perfect mattress for their sleep needs.

The good news is that Unbox Mattress can help. We offer reviews and advice on buying the best products to get you a great night’s sleep.

We are dedicated to helping people get better sleep for a better life. Our company started after meeting with several mattress CEOs and seeing that most mattress reviewers were male and never included kids in their approach. We hope to help the whole family get good sleep.

We wanted to represent a more holistic view for the whole family. We can help you too!

Come learn more about buying the right mattress to match that new pillow!

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Need a Pregnancy Pillow? Here Are the Best Maternity Pillows

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Many women say pregnancy is/was one of the best times of their life. It’s a time to prepare for parenthood by watching the miracle of life happen right before your eyes. This comes with many joyous moments – like watching your belly bump grow and feeling your baby kick for the first time.

But, pregnancy has challenges, too. One of the most noteworthy difficulties is how much harder it is to fall asleep and stay asleep through the night. As your baby grows so does the strain on your body, including that baby bump that makes getting in the right sleeping position a challenge.

Thankfully, a pregnancy pillow can help with that! Here are a few reasons to buy a pregnancy pillow, and some of the best options to choose from.

The Benefits of Using a Pregnancy Pillow

If you haven’t experienced the pains of pregnancy yet, you will.  Such pain will get in the way of everything you do from how good you sleep at night to how active you are during the day. Just leaning down to pick something up or tie your shoes can be difficult.

Keep reading to discover how pregnancy pillows can combat this discomfort.

First, we warn you NOT to sleep on your stomach without support. It’s not safe because it will decrease blood flow. It can cause dizziness, shortness of breath, or a fast heart rate too. Most pregnant women  sleep on their side but there is a way to sleep on your stomach. Simply use a donut-shaped pregnancy pillow to support your growing belly.

Less Pain

When you’re pregnant, your body has to support your baby. As the baby grows, more and more strain is put on your back. This is because there’s an uneven distribution of weight and the back is feeling the pressure of the baby inside the womb.

Your feet and ankles, hips, knees, neck and shoulders will hurt towards the final weeks of pregnancy. But, the less pain you have from now until then, the better. Plus you need good sleep to support all the extra work your body is doing. When baby comes it’ll be even harder to sleep!

Sleeping with a pregnancy pillow gives you extra support. A pillow is a great place to rest your tired back or to prop up your feet at the end of the day (because they’ll probably be swollen).

Better Sleep

The feeling of “sleeping on a cloud” may sound impossible, but deep rest is possible. It’s just a matter of finding the right position in which to sleep with the support of a pregnancy pillow.

When you learn how to support your back and adjust your whole body on your mattress, sleep becomes much easier to achieve. Who knows, you may even sleep better than you did before you were pregnant! You may even keep it.

Best Pregnancy Pillows

It’s one thing to read about what a maternity pillow can do for you and another to realize it yourself. You can’t buy any pregnancy pillow, though. For the best results, you have to buy the best pillow for your body’s needs.

You can choose from a full body pillow or other configurations. Here are some of the top options to choose from.

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Abco Tech Pregnancy Pillow Wedge for Maternity- Support Belly, Back, Leg, Hip, Body & Knees 

Highly rated Abco pregnancy pillow provides much needed support throughout the night. Put it under your belly, back, leg, pelvis or hips. Made of memory foam to mold around the shape of your baby bump. Reduces the stress on your lower back, and helping with sciatica pain relief. 

Phthalates, PVC and BPA free. Also, it is hypoallergenic and breathable for a happy expectant mommy. This little wedge is so versatile and travels easy too. 

pregnancy wedge pillowQueen Rose Full Pregnancy Body Pillow

The Queen Rose Body Pillow is the ultimate maternity tool for comfort while sleeping. This pillow is 100% hypoallergenic that is soft to the touch. The interior, though, is filled well enough to support your growing belly. You can lie on your side, use it to help you sit up or configure it in many different ways.

This pillow is like an extra-large standard-shaped pillow at the top. Then, it divides in the middle to create a slit where you can wrap your legs around one side while resting your upper body on the top part of the pillow.

I’m 28 weeks pregnant and my hips, ribs and back are constantly in pain.. but after a few nights sleep with my new pillow I get a full 9-10 hours of sleep (not counting the times to go potty), and I could also sit on my couch pain free with it too! My husband wants me to get him one too after taking a nap with it. I didn’t even sleep this well when I wasn’t pregnant! I’m also 5’8 and the height is a perfect fit for my body! Very, very happy customer and more than satisfied!

Size: 55.1″x31.5″x7.8″
Comes with a washable cover

full body pregnancy pillow with slit

Moonlight Slumber Comfort

Up next is the Moonlight Slumber Comfort. It’s filled with down for even more support while also getting that nice plush feeling of curling up in bed.

Oh, and it’s huge. The shape is  like the Queen Rose pillow mentioned above – but it’s more of a complete U shape. It has a single top part with two divided ends you can wrap your body around. But, it’s a bit bigger overall, offering a little extra support in all the right places.

Size: 60 x 7 x 35 inches
Machine washable

U shaped pregnancy pillow

Leachco Back ‘N Belly Contoured Body Pillow

Another pregnancy pillow with a wide top and divided bottom ends is the Leacho Snoogle Back ‘N Belly Contoured Body Pillow. It’s perfect for pregnancy and to cuddle up with post-partum, too. The edges are curved or contoured – otherwise it’s like the ones above in that it supports your whole body to support your back and belly.

  • No repositioning pillows during the night, simply turn from side to side
  • Can help elevate and align hips
  • Takes pressure off knees

This pillow is latex free, lead free, and BPA free, plus, the pillow cover can be removed for easy washing.

Size: 51 x 33.5 x 8.8 inches

large pregnancy pillow

Boppy Side Sleeper Pillow

While there’s benefit in getting a pregnancy body pillow, you may want to look into some smaller options, too. Check out the Boppy Side Sleeper Pillow.

Instead of wrapping your whole body around this pillow, the Boppy is made to support the front of the belly and the lower back. It targets these areas thanks to the two cushions on either side, which are connected by a panel of fabric for you to lay on top of.

This pregnancy pillow is ideal for side sleepers and will take up less space on the bed. It’s uniquely shaped and travels well.

side sleeper pregnancy pillow

Hiccapop Memory Foam Pregnancy Pillow

Many women like the Boppy Side Sleeper Pillow because it’s much easier to travel with than a full-sized maternity pillow. If you have a few travel plans coming up, you may want to look into the Hiccapop Pregnancy Pillow.

This is a small support pillow meant to go right under your baby bump. You lay it flat on the bed then turn onto your side to rest the bump on the pillow. This little bit of support goes a long way. This is a soft wedge pillow.

Sleeping with such a pillow means you can move around if you’re one to change positions throughout the night. More so, it ensures comfort wherever you go thanks to how compact and light-weight it is.

wedge pregnancy pillow

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Find Your Perfect Pillow

Whether you just got the good news of being pregnant or you’re already a few weeks in, don’t wait any longer to get your pregnancy pillow. The sooner you order this, the better.

While you’re at it, you may want to consider getting a new mattress altogether if your current one is a little old. Or, at least look into other sleeping tools that help you fall asleep and keep your eyes closed all night long.