AllerEase Hypoallergenic Cotton Body Pillow Review

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AllerEase’s hypoallergenic, 100% cotton body pillow is a soft, plush, fiber-filled body pillow.

Because it’s not overly firm, it will provide enhanced support that should work for all sleep positions. It’ll also be a comfortable option for many expecting mamas-to-be.

Want to learn more about the pillow? Check out the video and full written review below, and don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions!

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The AllerEase 100% cotton hypoallergenic body pillow is a softer plush option that will provide enhanced full-body support (but not a very significant amount). It's been allergy tested and is a good barrier for dust mites and is affordable.

Key Features

  • Pillow dimensions: 20″ x 54″ (50 cm x 137 cm)
  • Allergen barrier fabric protects against dust mites and other household allergens
  • Cover: 100% cotton fabric
  • Hypoallergenic polyester fiberfill
  • Made in the USA of imported materials
  • Third-party lab tested & allergist recommended
  • Full price: $30 at multiple retailers
  • 3-year limited warranty
  • Care: Machine wash warm; only non-chlorine bleach when needed; tumble dry low; do not iron.

Who Makes It?

The AllerEase 100% cotton hypoallergenic body pillow is made by a company called American Textile Company under an allergen barrier brand called AllerEase.

Other well-known brands under this big company are Sealy and TEMPUR-Pedic.

AllerEase produces a lot of anti-allergen bedding including mattress protectors, mattress pads, and comforters.

Pros

  • A good option for those with allergies or sensitivities
  • Not overly firm but still supportive; good for a variety of uses
  • Easy to care for (machine wash and dry)
  • Affordable at around $30
  • Easy to find at a variety of locations

Cons

  • Cover sold separately
  • Cover isn’t bed-bug proof
  • Will need to be fluffed occasionally
  • You probably won’t be able to replace your traditional pillow with this; better for additional body support
  • Takes up space in the bed

How This Pillow Works For Different Sleep Positions

Because of the soft and plush nature of this polyester fiber-filled body pillow, I think it’ll work well for all sleep positions and will also work well for pregnant people.

Side sleepers can hold onto it and place it between your knees to help keep your hips open, or you can move it to your back for added support.

Stomach sleepers can basically sleep on top of it since it’s not overly stuffed.

Back sleepers, you can sleep on the pillow as much as you want or just place it next to you for added support.

There are two other ways you can use the pillow beyond the traditional sleep positions.

First, the pillow is soft and flat enough that you can fold the pillow in half and place the whole thing between your knees.

Second, you can also fold it and place it behind your back when you sit upright to use it as added support when you’re reading or watching TV in bed.

Check Out AllerEase Deals

The AllerEase 100% cotton hypoallergenic body pillow is a softer plush option that will provide enhanced full-body support (but not a very significant amount). It's been allergy tested and is a good barrier for dust mites and is affordable.

Overall

This AllerEase body pillow is a simple, hypoallergenic body pillow that’s a nice addition if you want added support but have dust mite allergies or other sensitivities.

It cannot be sealed off completely, but is still allergist-recommended and third-party lab tested to be an allergen barrier.

It’s not overly stuffed and can go flat with consistent use, so you will need to fluff it occasionally in the dryer, outside, or by hand.

It should work well with all sleep positions.

It’s affordable and available at a variety of retailers. You can purchase a pillowcase for it separately, as well!

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Katie Golde

Katie manages the day to day operations of the Mattress Clarity news site and reviews sleep products in addition to writing and editing sleep news.She hails from Austin, where she lives with her growing family. She is a Certified Sleep Science Coach and has a master’s degree in Journalism from Northwestern University and has a background in health and science content. Her work can be found in print and online publications like Discover Magazine, USA Today and The Huffington Post.

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