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Pillow care

If I suffer from allergies, which pillow should I use?

It is a common misconception that people are allergic to natural pillows. They are normally allergic to the dust and dirt in the pillow. The choice is yours, natural or synthetic. However for your own peace of mind cover your pillow with a hypoallergenic protector.

Is the level of firmness important?

A new pillow should be selected based on the position in which you start your night's sleep. As a rough guide, firm pillows are for side sleepers, medium pillows are for back sleepers and soft pillows are for those who sleep on their stomachs. Ultimately the choice is yours and you should go with whatever you feel comfortable with.

How long should my pillow last?

With reasonable use and care a good natural pillow can last for up to 10 years. A synthetic pillow may only last for a couple of years before it ceases to provide the correct support. A restless sleeper will be harder on their pillow than a peaceful sleeper.

Cleaning guide

With reasonable use and care a good natural pillow can last for up to 10 years. A synthetic pillow may only last for a couple of years before it ceases to provide the correct support. A restless sleeper will be harder on their pillow than a peaceful sleeper. By using a pillow protector it will help to keep your pillow free from impurities such as dirt and moisture. This will help to stop your pillow getting flat, lumpy and dirty.

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