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Latex Side Sleeper Pillow - Side Sleeper

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Latex Side Sleeper Pillow

Latex Side Sleeper Pillow - Side Sleeper

All Natural Latex Side Sleeper Pillow

This uniquely shaped pillow was designed specifically for side sleepers. This side sleeper bed pillow comes with an Organic Cotton cover and filled with all natural dunlop latex

Key product ingredients:

Natural Latex Side Sleeper Pillow
  • Designed for Relief of Neck and Shoulder Tension
  • Fully Adjustable for Customized Comfort
  • 27" x 11" x 5.5"
  • Covered with 7oz Organic Cotton Zippered Pillow Protector
  • Made in the USA
Natural Latex Noodles Stuffing
  • All Natural Dunlop Latex
  • Chemical Free
  • Soft Long Lasting Comfort

Organic Cotton Side Sleeper Pillow

Latex Side Sleeper Pillows



  • Open air flow
  • Natural ventilation
  • Keeps mold away
  • HypoAllergenic


  • Naturally resistant to dust mites, mold and mildew
  • Durability


  • Support for both neck and head
  • Sustainable


  • Biodegradable
  • Rubber Trees are a rapidly renewable resource
  • Chemical Free

    Chemical Free

  • In its natural form is toxic free
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