Protect-A-Bed Luxury Adjustable Pillow {Review + Giveaway}

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Earlier this year, my five year old daughter was diagnosed with super severe dust allergies.  She is incredibly allergic to both dust and dist mites, which causes breathing issues as well as awful skin reactions.

As a result of this diagnosis, we had to make immediate and permanent changes in our home.  Protective covers were added to sleep surfaces, stuffed animals were gotten rid of, my cleaning schedule went up exponentially, and we began a daily regimen of medicine.  And– that just scratches the surface as to the changes we’ve made.

One thing we’ve struggled with is Raileigh’s pillow.  To say she’s attached to her pillow would be an understatement.  She love love loves her pillow.  However, it was certainly not designed for allergy sufferers, meaning that it isn’t the best option for our little one.  I’ve tried and suggested alternatives to her, but have yet to find a suitable replacement.

That is, until the Protect-A-Bed Luxury Adjustable Pillow arrived.

I had high hopes for this pillow, but was certainly not holding my breath that Raileigh would like it.  After all, she’d turned her nose up at numerous other pillows in the past.

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The moment I took this pillow from the box, she was pretty smitten with it.  It’s big, it’s soft, and it’s really, really cozy {yep… I’ve tried it out, too}.  Immediately, she said that she would use this pillow on her bed.  I was a bit shocked… and a completely happy!  My little one, who’d shown no interest in a new pillow, was suddenly ready to give up her old one just like that.

So, what makes this pillow such a great option for her?  First and foremost it has a pillow protector to keep those pesky dust mites and dust away.  This protector is full of amazing benefits.

·         100% natural Tencel® fiber sleep surface

·         Miracle Membrane® ensures breathability and dust mite protection

·         Waterproof from spills and perspiration

·         Soft and silky feel

·         Hypoallergenic

·         Prohibits bacteria growth

·         Breathe-a-vent for added comfort


Additionally, it’s completely adjustable.  In case you’re wondering {like I was} how exactly a pillow can be adjustable, let me explain.  Every Protect-A-Bed Luxury Adjustable Pillow contains a specially formulated microfiber filling.  That’s what makes the pillow so soft and cozy.  However, it also contains a unique zipper closure that gives you access to this filling.  You can remove or add filling to achieve the desired amount of firmness.  It’s pretty awesome!

Needless to say, this pillow is really well-loved in our home.  I am slightly jealous over Raileigh’s new pillow.  It is so cozy, that I’m considering getting one for myself.  Mostly, though, I am simply grateful that we finally found an allergy-friendly pillow that she truly loves.

Thanks to the great benefits of the Protect-A-Bed Luxury Adjustable Pillow, this pillow is really a great option for anyone.  It’s a really unique gift option that anyone on your gift list would enjoy receiving.  Giving the gift of a good night’s sleep is a gift that would keep giving long after the tree comes down and the lights are put away.

Ready for some awesome news?  One of you lucky readers is going to WIN a Protect-A-Bed Luxury Adjustable Pillow— a $129 value!

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  1. wendy b says:

    Well….I have insomnia so my tips don’t always work. I try to make the bedroom cool and dark and I use earplugs for noise.

  2. jenny S says:

    Reading always puts me to sleep every night. Now it’s bad that I can’t sleep without reading now, but it puts me to sleep quick anyway.

  3. kortney nelson says:

    Honestly, due to my crazy work schedule that changes day to day I have to take melatonin because my body thinks it’s time to be up when I need to be asleep.

  4. Meegan Whitford says:

    I always need darkness and quiet and recently really enjoy listening to asmr videos on youtube they relax me

  5. Crystal Veasey says:

    To sleep good I have to have the room cold and dark, and I have to have just my feet out from under the covers.

  6. Ashley C says:

    I think leaving all eletronics out of the bedroom (phones and laptops especially) helps me fall asleep easier


  7. Stacy D. says:

    I like to spray my sheets with febreze sleep serenity! i bought some pillows that are infused with it too! they put me right to sleep!

  8. Sarah Marshall says:

    I sleep best with a fan on for white noise and the darker it is the better! I even stopped keeping a clock in my bedroom because I like it completely dark!

  9. april yedinak says:

    Take a bath and read a soothing book before going to sleep. Avoid caffeine and heavy foods within 3 hours of bedtime.

  10. Lorrie Rodgers (pinklady705) says:

    If I had the answer to that question, I’d bottle it up and sell it!!! I’ve tried a multitude of things: trying to wake and sleep at the same time each day, no caffeine late in the day, no t.v. or electronics in bed, read a book, warm bath, dim lights, soft music or calming sounds, & various other sleeping aids. I really need to have a good bed/pillow/bedding and quiet to have the best chance of getting a good nights sleep. (So, I am here to win some relief for my night-time woes)

  11. renee says:

    I should follow my own advice and not let pets sleep in your room at night. My cat wakes me at least twice a night 🙁

  12. Leigh Anne Borders says:

    As silly as this sounds..what helps me to turn on my fan and feel the breeze of it and listen to it’s sound–helps me drift right off.

  13. Sarah says:

    I find a white noise machine in the background (or even a fan) helps me tremendously! Also making sure to go to the bathroom right before bed helps limit the times I get up at night, although at eight months pregnant I don’t think there’s any way to avoid at least one, lol

  14. 1955nurse says:

    Avoid caffeinated drinks 1-2 hrs before bed, decrease screen time exposure (tablets, phones, laptops, computer screens & video games all have a type of light that messes up your body’s natural circadian rhythm!) & keep the bedroom cooler – put children in blanket sleepers in Fall/Winter if needed. This pillow looks AMAZING – & I really need a new one, so does Hubby! Thanks for the chance…..

  15. Wild Orchid says:

    Sleep in a room that is completely dark. Avoid electronic lights of any kind.

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    wildorchid985 at gmail dot com

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