Overall, I like this pillow. It’s probably not for everyone, but if you’re in the market for a pillow, do give it a try and see if it’s right for you. I know people who love and only use these types of pillows. I’ll be curious to see if I buy this pillow or a regular one when the time arrives. Until them, I’m quite content!
For review, I was sent this Form-Fit Pillow, made from buckwheat hulls and soft foam. These pillows are non-allergenic, breathable and shapeable, and made from ingredients in North America. These pillows come over stuffed, so you can remove the excess to add back to your pillow as it gets less fluffy. Continue on to read my review and see more detailed pictures…
Well, there it is, the Form-Fit Pillow. As mentioned above, it arrived overstuffed by 1/4 to 1/2, depending on your sleeping habits and how much they recommend you remove. The above picture is pre-pillow case, so you can get an idea of the pillow itself. We all know what pillowcases look like.
I was excited to review this pillow because 1) my current pillow is a tragic pancake of a thing, and 2) I’ve been meaning to get a pillow that offers more neck and therefore back support while I sleep. I was a bit hesitant, however. I have tried similar pillows before but the sound of the hulls moving around would always keep me awake. The Form-Fit pillow solves this problem for me with its 10% foam! It’s just enough to keep the hulls from moving around and creating noise.
I had been sleeping with this pillow for several nights before I went to visit my boyfriend, and I’ve missed this pillow! It’s working out quite well for me. I’m a side sleeper, so they recommended I removed about 1/4 of the filling. After using this pillow and knowing my preferences, I’m liking to refill the pillow to its overstuffed self. I suppose that might put my neck more out of alignment, but I’ll have to experiment.