Krystal Bowman Pillow October 09th, 2018 - 05:16:43
Organic Pillows. So I'm going to show you right now. The first one here is our special cup hot pillow. It's very soft. It springs back and it feels like a little bit of a nice soft sponge. This one is the 100 % organic cotton. It's a lot firmer and feel it so it kind of springs back a little faster, but it definitely feels firmer. If you were to rest your head on that, so this is our natural shredded rubber pillow. It has a good bounce back to it, feels nice and springy and as it would really mold to the shape of your body with the natural rubber, and you can actually arrange the shredded pieces of rubber, as you would like.
Maybe if you want a little more under your neck or a little deeper pocket for your head, you can get the elevation just right to match your supply. This is the buckwheat pillow. The nice thing about buckwheat is that you can change the shape of it. So if you want to stock it up under your neck or a hole for your head and it's gonna do that, it also is really good at temperature regulation. The buckwheat hulls are great at air circulation for when you're getting too hot, they actually curve.
With the heat of your body and increase air circulation around your head in it, so this is the cap off this fill comes from a tree. You can believe it or not. It's very fine, very silky, it's just absolutely beautiful. Actually, the Coppock is from a wild forest tree. It no cultivation is necessary whatsoever. All you have to do is harvest it and that's why it's such a sustainable choice. It's just going wild huge trees, 80 to 150 feet off um the next one over this is the cotton fill it's much denser and more solid. It's the natural, organic cotton there's still little bits of the husk mixed in the natural cotton in there. The next over.
We have the shredded natural rubber, which is very easy to spill all over. If you order the pillows that have the zipper all of this film you can take out and remove if you think the pillows too firm, you can also divide up into a second pillow. If you wanted, this is the buckwheat. If you're wondering what buckwheat hulls look like there, just very fine slippery and, as I mentioned before, with the curb shape the natural curb shape as your body temperature heats them up.