Shredded Memory Foam Pillow Featured in Wirecutter’s President’s Day Sale

Xtreme Comfort’s latest product, the shredded memory foam pillow, has been featured in the upcoming President’s Day Sale by Wirecutter, a renowned, independent reviewer of products. This product was also named the #1 Pillow of the Year by Wirecutter.

February 12, 2019 —

Bronxville, NY: Xtreme Comfort’s latest product, the shredded memory foam pillow, has been featured in the upcoming President’s Day Sale by Wirecutter, a renowned, independent reviewer of products. This product was also named the #1 Pillow of the Year by Wirecutter.

To learn more about the pillow and its benefits, visit this link – https://thewirecutter.com/reviews/best-bed-pillows/

According to Karen Barr, a representative from Xtreme Comforts, “The President’s Day Sale held by Wirecutter will provide our products at a deep discount that is sure to attract customers. However, we recommend our Pre-President’s Day sale being held on our official website, where you can get products at 20% of the retail price!”

This shredded memory foam pillow is fully adjustable and comes with an inner zipper that allows one to adjust the height and thickness of the pillow as per their comfort. It is suitable for all sleep positions, whether a person prefers to sleep on their back, stomach, or their side. It comes with an additional bamboo cover made with Kool-FlowTM technology that keeps the pillow cool all night long.

Made entirely in the US, this foam pillow has been created following the stringent standards set by Certipur-US, an independent certification company, and does not contain any environmentally hazardous materials such as lead, mercury, and heavy metals, formaldehyde, phthalates regulated by the CPSC, or CFCs.

A good night’s sleep is key to good health, and with this memory foam pillow with bamboo cover, people can now enjoy freedom from health issues such as insomnia, migraines, backache, neck pain, and allergies. Check out this product at a 20% discount in the Pre President’s Day Sale being held at the brand’s official website. To learn more about this product, visit – https://www.xtremecomforts.com.

About Xtreme Comforts

With a mission to help people suffering from chronic back pain and sleep problems, Xtreme Comforts are pioneers at building products that help alleviate discomfort – both at home as well as work.

Contact Person:- Karen Barr
Address:- 81 Pondfield Rd, Suite D281, Bronxville, NY 10708
Phone No.:- 1-888-582-0047
Email:- support@xtremecomforts.com

Contact Info:
Name: Karen Barr
Email: support@xtremecomforts.com
Phone: 1-888-582-0047
Organization: Xtreme Comforts

Release ID: 481532

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