According to the Cushion Lab web site, Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop called this pillow “The Tesla of journey pillows.” Though I do not take into account myself a Goop individual, the claim caught my consideration. The company promised an asymmetrical design by an in-house ergonomist that suits under your chin and about your encounter so you can lean and snooze easily with “360° zero tension neck security.” It was also the priciest of the bunch at $55, which is much more than what I would like to pay back for a journey pillow (or a standard pillow, for that make any difference).
When I unfurled it from its carrying pouch, my very first assumed was “Ooh this is gooey” — in a good way. The pillow’s cloth felt silky and sleek, encasing a thing that felt like a really hard gel. Apparently which is the “Hyperfoam,” an “extra dense, dynamically rebounding, proprietary memory foam.”
I cherished the texture of the Cushion Lab contender — and that it squished up more compact than the rest so it took up a lot less house — but I was still left wanting much more assist. During my assessments, until I was leaning back in a specific rigid way (not how I ordinarily tumble asleep), I did not truly feel the robust embrace I was seeking for in an plane-friendly neck pillow. And finally, it fought with my KN95 mask, pushing it up and demanding standard changing, but it didn’t really upset a fabric mask.
On the brilliant aspect, it appeared usual, as significantly as neck pillows go — not like my following decision.