Chili Cloud Coconut Pillow


About a third of our lives are spent sleeping, why wouldn’t we want to be as comfortable as possible while doing so?  Not only is it important to have a comfortable bed, but pillow too!  I’ve used many different brands from Tempur Pedic to an $8 feather pillow from Target.  Don’t always let the price fool you, the most expensive one I’ve used wasn’t the best!  It’s really a personal preference on what your looking for and what makes you comfortable.  My current favorite pillow that I love is the Chili Cloud Coconut Memory Foam Cooling Pillow.  The name really fits the description accurately, but I’ll break it down anyway. 🙂

The pillow contains actual coconut oil, the scent is strong and very refreshing! If you know me personally or you’ve been following my blog, you know that I LOVE coconut.  Coconut drinks, coconut desserts and now, coconut pillows!  The combination of coconut oil and premium eco-science memory foam allow more air circulation and make it natually antimicrobial.

Was it actually cooling?  You won’t be able to tell just by touching it, but after a full nights sleep you will notice it is slightly cooler than an average pillow.  It’s covered by a natural, hypoallergenic Tencel fiber made from renewable eucalyptus trees.  It is pressure reactive, ideal for sensitive skin,  supportive and VERY comfortable.  I really love this pillow and it’s definitely helped me get a full nights rest night after night.  It’s super easy to find, I’ve seen it on Amazon.com, Sears and Brookstone’s website.

website: http://www.chilitechnology.com


Disclaimer: This is a personal blog and I do not receive monetary compensation for any of my product reviews. All reviews are based on my own opinion, personal use and results. Some products are purchased by me, while others are sent to me in exchange for my honest review.

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