For A Great Nights Sleep
Looking for a new pillow, we are told to change them every now and then, but I love my flat ones. Trying to make up your mind, on what kind to get, that’s where PureCare comes in. Why this brand, they have only you in mind when they made these. Body Chemistry SoftCell Latex Reversible Hybrid Pillow, is the pillow I decided to get. SoftCell design features individual pockets filled with our exclusive designer down alternative, Identically Down, for consistent support and cloud-like comfort. Reversible, the flip side offers the pressure relief and responsive support of vented Talalay latex.
The comfort of this pillow is something, I have never had before. No more waking up with a stiff neck, and unable to move. PureCare’s patented SoftCell construction prevents the fill within your pillow from bunching, ensuring consistent comfort along the sleep surface throughout the night.
How Celliant® fibers are made:
A proprietary mix of minerals selected for their reflective properties are crushed into powder and added to liquid polyester. Once combined the fiber solidifies, fusing the unique mineral properties into the core of each Celliant fiber. Thus, the recovery benefits from these fibers are literally built into each Celliant thread and will not wash out, lasting the lifetime of the product.
How Celliant® fibers work:
All of our Body Chemistry pillow covers feature the technical textile Celliant. Designed to promote a temporary increase in blood flow†, Celliant fibers promote faster recovery time from physical activity and help your body thermoregulate itself to maintain its core internal temperature. The effects help to increase comfort and promote restful sleep.
Each cover is treated with antimicrobial silver chloride that inhibits bacteria, mold, and mildew that cause deterioration stains and odors on this product.
“(PureCare) is at the forefront of the sleep products industry and we’re excited to be working with them to educate Americans about sleep health and safety and how to make the most of their bedroom environment,” says David Cloud, CEO of the National Sleep Foundation. “Controlling nighttime allergies is a great way to improve your sleep.”