What’s better than a GhostBed mattress? How about a GhostPillow to go on top?
Hold that thought.
It was about five months ago that I had the chance to review the GhostBed mattress. Of course, the review couldn’t wait five months so I showed you everything you needed to know to get it set up and start having a good night’s sleep. And that was after about three nights.
Typically, you’ll own things like mattress and pillows for a lot longer, am I right? At least longer than three nights. That’s why I just went back and added a “five months later” update on what we think about the mattress now.
Sleeping has been on my mind a lot lately because GhostBed asked me if I wanted to do another review. This time, it was to try out their latest product, the GhostPillow.
The GhostPillow is a new ergonomically designed pillow featuring the thermosensitive technology that senses heat and adjusts to keep the sleeping environment temperature neutral. In addition, it features aerated gel memory foam which allows air to circulate and creates a plusher, more responsive feel.
- My husband, Sean, who is forever in search of “the perfect pillow,” whatever that is.
- My son, Evan, who is the primary sleeper of the GhostBed. He needed a matching pillow, right?
After a few weeks, I asked them for a quote. You can tell they’re NOT regular reviewers but I hope you can appreciate their thoughts anyway.
Sean said: “I’m a side sleeper and find the pillow very comfortable. I like the lavender scent and the support it gives to my head and neck.”
I have noticed, however, that he hasn’t been using the pillow. So when he told me how much I liked it, I asked the obvious question: Why aren’t you using it then?
He answered, quite logically, “I like to change pillows a lot.”
Maybe someday he’ll find the perfect pillow.
My son’s opinion was a little bit easier to capture.
Evan said: “It feels really, really soft. It’s comfortable and keeps my head cool all the time.”
While I appreciated their reviews, I decided to spend one night with the GhostPillow myself. It is soft. It does smell of lavender (which I totally adore). But the height of the pillow is a little high for me. I have a petite frame (I’m only 5’3″) and I felt like my head was elevated a little too much.
That just goes to show that every person has a different take on a product, especially one as personal as a pillow.
For comfort and cooling, check out the new GhostPillow which retails for $85. And if you’re not sure if it will be right for you, the 101-Night Risk-Free Sleep Trial applies to the pillows as well as the mattress.
GhostBed By Nature’s Sleep provided me two GhostPillows for review. There are also affiliate links included in this post.