Product Reviews Review | Slumber Solutions Gel Reversible Memory Foam/Fiber Sleep Pillow

My neck likes to give me grief at least a few times a month. I’ve always had issues with the right side just at the base of the skull. Every chiropractor I’ve seen has told me that’s my “problem area”.  One thing that is very important to how my neck feels in the morning is how I slept the previous night. Having a good pillow that supports my neck is a must. If I don’t have one, then I have pain that Tylenol won’t even touch.

One pillow that works great for me is the Slumber Solutions Gel Reversible Memory Foam/ Fiber Sleep Pillow from (formerly known as It’s really two pillows in one. One side is a gel memory foam for neck and head support while the other side is soft fiber for comfort. It’s a good size too weighing in at 4 lbs and 5 inches thick. This particular pillow was originally designed for NASA as it helps reduce pressure points that cause you to toss and turn.

Slumber Solutions Gel Memory Foam Pillow

I like that there is two sides. I use one side to sleep on and the other side I use when lying in my bed reading or watching TV. I actually prefer the softer side for my head to sleep on and use the firmer memory foam gel side for reading & TV. I find the memory foam side to make my head feel too high up and the softer fiber side lets it sink into the pillow more naturally.

I’ve been sleeping very comfortably and my neck has been good so far (knock on wood!). John has been bugging me to get him one. Actually I think I’m going to buy him one for Christmas!

You can find this pillow at for $54.10 CAD. While you’re there, check out the huge selection of products that offers. You will love the variety and the great prices!

Disclosure: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample of the product for review purposes. The opinions are completely my own based on my experience.

Stacie Vaughan

Stacie is the mom of two girls and lives in Ontario, Canada. She enjoys cooking/baking, photography, reading, DIY and is fueled by lots of coffee!

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