Review: Reverie Sweet Slumber Pillow

This is a sponsored review post. Please read my full disclosure at the bottom of this post. Thanks!

Thank you very much to Reverie for sending me one of their Sweet Slumber Pillows to review! With staring at a computer screen for hours at a time, to slouching and even playing with my daughter my neck and back take a beating. Sleeping is no longer just because I want to it is because I have to. I doubt that I get enough sleep at night just like I doubt that most of you reading this do either. Tossing and turning trying to find a comfortable position take up most of my night. Other than that I do the infamous turn the pillow over to sleep on the cool side. Doesn’t that just feel amazing?

Wouldn’t it be great to have a pillow that is just so comfortable that you instantly fall asleep? To tell the truth I don’t think instant sleep is a possibility but getting to sleep easier and sleeping comfortable may be an option. Oh and don’t forget I have allergies and I know that some of you do too. So the pillow needs to be hypoallergenic and anti-bacterial. Let’s throw in dust mite resistant while we are at it. Last but not least my pillow has to have a removable cover (with a zipper) that is machine washable. Nobody that I know washes their pillows. Yes, we all wash our pillow cases but the cases don’t completely cover the pillow so dust and dirt can still get on and in it.

Where can we find a pillow that does all that? The pillows that I see in the store may do 1 or 2 of those things. No pillow that I have seen or owned can do all that until I received the Reverie Sweet Slumber Pillow. This pillow is quite amazing. It is 100% cotton quilted and the cover is both removable (with a zipper) and machine washable. It is hypoallergenic, anti-bacterial and dust mite resistant. Allergy sufferers, rejoice! The Sweet Slumber pillow is filled with shredded natural latex. If you have a latex allergy…I am very sorry.

Look how soft and fluffy the pillow looks. Surprisingly, the pillow is very heavy. I think it has to do with the shredded latex filling. It is the heaviest pillow I have ever owned. When you think heavy don’t think bulky though because it is definitely not. The filling is not clumpy at all.

Reverie Sweet Slumber Pillow - thesteadyhandblog.com

Here you can see a comparison of the Reverie Sweet Slumber Pillow (left) to a pillow I currently own (right). Big difference, right?

Sweet Slumber Pillow - thesteadyhandblog.com

This is a picture of the pillow without its removable cover. The cover is laying on the bed underneath the pillow. The cover is made of quilted fabric which makes it quite thick. When it is on the pillow it protects it and keeps it clean.

Reverie Pillow - thesteadyhandblog.com

Even though the pillow looks quite fluffy it does have some firmness to it. When I lay my head on it, my head does not sink to the bottom and touch the bed. The pillow supports my head and my neck. With my old pillow I would have to bunch it up under my neck to fill the gap there. With the Sweet Slumber Pillow it conforms to my head and neck. I can still move around comfortable if I need to though.

The Most Comfortable Pillow by Reverie - thesteadyhandblog.com

The best part of using this pillow is that it stays cool. My head and neck do not get hot to where I want to turn the pillow over. I am not sure if that has to do with the rubber filling or not. Either way, I like it and I am going to keep using this pillow because it is comfortable and it keeps my head cool. My husband wanted to use it one night and I told him to go get his own. He was upset but I am not giving up my pillow!

Thank you Reverie for sending me a Sweet Slumber Pillow to review!

I received one or more of the products or services mentioned in this post for free. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”
 

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