Latex Pillows - The Natural Choice

March 21, 2015

Latex pillows explained

 

Latex pillows are not a type of pillow that is commonly heard about, but the type of latex we are talking about here successfully provides excellent support and comfort. The latex used is a developed material that has become more popular for use in high-end support pillows as the technology has moved on and presented the user with major advantages for use.


Latex pillows will mould to support the user and in turn will relieve pressure on various sore points, correcting compromising neck and spine alignment. The type of latex used in the pillows sold at Purely Pillows is not like the standard memory foam pillows that have become more common in bedding, in fact the advanced technology allows three times the air to circulate which makes the pillows themselves breathable and ideal for allergy sufferers.


As well as the obvious advantages of the latex pillows being hypo-allergenic, anti-microbial, and dust-mite resistant, they are also exceptionally durable. The growth of mildew and fungus is prevented and the pillow is made from a hygienic material that does not even require washing.


The range of pillows that incorporate latex, available at Purley Pillows, provides a generous choice - for those who prefer a thin pillow there is a slimmer design, likewise there is an option for those who prefer a softer pillow.


Comfort and rest are vital components wanted from a good pillow, and our latex pillows certainly deliver on this. In fact, many customers report their best night’s sleep in years after switching to a latex pillow. Traditional pillows are often the source of discomfort and insomnia, not to mention neck pain, but, by switching the types of pillow used for sleeping, these problems can be eradicated.

 

 

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