Consider This Natural Eco-Friendly Pillow

It's Katie from Mattress Clarity. I put these together into 10 different categories to help guide you towards the right fit. We're going to go over all the details, including who each pillow is going to be a good fit for based on your sleep position. If you're ready to find out which pillow is right for you, stick around. 

These are the categories we're going to cover. We've got most luxurious, most eco-friendly, best personalized pillow, best for side sleepers, best for combination sleepers, best for stomach sleepers, best for back sleepers, best pillows for heavy sleepers, best cooling pillow and, last but not least, the best value pillow.

Our pick for most eco-friendly pillow is the Birch Pillow from Birch Living. This is all about natural, organic, and sustainable materials. This pillow has all of it.  

This outer cover is 100 percent organic cotton, so it's that very classic cotton feel to it. The inside is the real star of the show. It's a mix of New Zealand Birch Wool, so wool from sheep, and Talalay Latex pieces from Southeast Asia. 

This combination, while it seems maybe weird or out of place is such a cool best of both worlds feel because you're going to get some really nice resilience and bounce and support from latex pieces but that wool comes in and has a smoothness to it, has a way of combining to make the pillow feel cozy and comfortable and not too lumpy or bumpy. 

This is my first experience using wool inside a pillow. I was pleasantly surprised. I love the combination of sustainable materials and natural materials used here as well. 

It does come in two different sizes. The standard size is $99 and you get 100 nights to try it out. 

I will say, stomach sleepers and back sleepers, this is going to be the best fit for you. If you're on the smaller side, and a side sleeper you're probably going to enjoy it too. 

Source: Katie - Mattress Clarity

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