The right Dunlopillo for you

The right Dunlopillo for you

A pillow is a very individual choice. All the Dunlopillo Pillows work in different ways offering varying degrees of support. The range offers various types of support depending on your needs, from firm to gentle support and slim to varied heights. Our guide below aims to help you choose the correct pillow for you. As all our Dunlopillos are made of natural latex they share many of the same features.

Guide to Dunlopillo Pillows

Pillow Key Pillow Features Dunlopillo Natural Latex Features Size
Serenity Deluxe
  • Offers gentle support for the head and neck.
  • A softer traditional pillow, ideal for those who sleep on their front or back.
  • ‘Pincore’ construction and a galaxy of tiny inter-connecting air cells provide a built-in ventilation
  • Instant bounce back.
  • Natural Latex is hypo-allergenic.
60cm x 40 cm
Super Comfort Pillow
  • Offers deep support for the head and neck.
  • A firmer, supportive traditional pillow, ideal for those who sleep on their side.
  • ‘Pincore’ construction and a galaxy of tiny inter-connecting air cells provide a built-in ventilation
  • Instant bounce back.
  • Natural Latex is hypo-allergenic.
67cm x 40 cm
When do I need to buy new pillows?

When do I need to buy new pillows?

It’s easy to get into a routine and to ‘put up’ with your pillows once they have lost their original fluffiness. However, bad pillows can lead to health problems such as back and neck pain, as well as exacerbate allergies. Can you remember buying them? If not – it might be time to invest in some new ones for a better night’s sleep!

In addition to aggravating and even causing neck and back pain, incorrect pillows can also trigger allergic reactions. Within two years of use, one-third of a pillow’s weight comprises of dirt, oil, dead skin, dust mites and their droppings.

How long should I keep my pillows?

Despite what you might think, if your pillow is six months old or more it could need replacing. Assuming normal use and wear and tear, a polyester pillow lasts for six months to two years, a down pillow five years and a feather pillow eight years.

How do I know if I need new pillows?

If your pillow is clearly showing signs of wear, such as loss of shape and flatness, it is time to replace your pillow.

Is it time to give your pillow a MOT?

You can test your pillow by laying it down on a flat, hard surface. Fold the pillow in half and press it down to squeeze out the air. Place a weight of around 300g (such as a trainer) on the pillow. If the pillow needs replacing, the trainer will stay in place and the pillow will not unfold itself. If the pillow does not need replacing, the trainer or weight will unfold itself, throwing off the trainer/weight.

If you’re struggling to sleep, look at your pillow before making a trip to see your GP. A good pillow is just as important as a comfortable bed for getting a restful night’s sleep. Even though we rarely give a lot of thought to the pillows we use, buying the right pillow and positioning it correctly could be essential to a peaceful sleep.

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