A Buyer’s Guide to Fiberfill Waterbase Pillows

A Buyer’s Guide to Fiberfill Waterbase Pillows

If you’re on the market for new pillows, consider a top-quality fiberfill design. You just might find the night of sleep you’ve been looking for.

Nearly a third of our lives is dedicated to sleep. With the amount of time spent sleeping every day, doesn’t it make sense to do everything you can to ensure your resting hours are the healthiest and most rejuvenating they can be? You can buy a new mattress for thousands of dollars and invest in all kinds of white noise devices, humidifiers, and other bedroom appliances, but none of them can provide the same return on investment as selecting the right pillow. If you’re ready to improve your quality of sleep at an affordable price, consider buying a fiberfill waterbase pillow.

 Waterbase Pillow Fill Materials


What Exactly is a Fiberfill Pillow?

Fiberfill is a man-made pillow fill material widely used in contemporary pillows. It is generally derived from taking polyester and creating hair-like strands from the material, which is then used as a stuffing material for items like couches, pillows, stuffed animals, and more. The fiberfill used in bed pillows is more expensive, finer and also hollow, like a drinking straw, to provide a loftier, lighter and more resilient cushion for extra comfort.  All fiberfill pillows are hypoallergenic, which is a great feature for those who may have allergies to filling types.


What are the Benefits of a Fiberfill Pillow?

Though they are among the most affordable pillows on the market today, fiberfill pillows deliver a host of tangible benefits that can help you enjoy a great night of sleep.


As mentioned above, you won’t have to worry about sneezing and sniffling throughout the night, since the fiberfill material is about as hypoallergenic as you can get. Look for pillows that use good-quality fiberfill. The Mediflow Water Pillow includes a soft layer of Dacron® Hollofil® fiber, providing exceptional comfort for the head.

Machine Washable

In addition to being hypoallergenic, you can easily wash fiberfill pillows by simply throwing them in your washing machine. This helps minimize the presence of dirt, dust, mites and other contaminants, improving the already hypoallergenic nature of the fiberfill design. It also ensures you have a fresh night’s sleep every night, which is great for your skin.

They are Inexpensive

Other types of pillow fill such as down and memory foam can cost upwards of $100 or more. Fiberfill is a value-priced pillow fill option that performs much higher than you’d expect, given its low price point. What this means is, you can replace all the pillows in your home for about what it would cost to outfit one bed with new down pillows. Choose one of the several waterbase fiberfill pillows offered by Mediflow and you have an unbeatable combination that costs far less than you might think.

Customizable to Your Preferences

A fiberfill pillow can be ordered in a variety of profiles, sizes, firmness levels and material blends. While the fiberfill pillows at the local big box store tend to leave something to be desired, there are incredibly comfortable and supportive waterbase options available today for the side, back and stomach sleepers. Fiberfill pillows are a good value, and they’re available virtually anywhere.


What’s the Bottom Line with Fiberfill?

Though it is an inexpensive material, fiberfill is a good choice for those looking to maximize value and maintain a hypoallergenic sleeping environment. If you’re looking for the ultimate night’s sleep, consider combining a fiberfill top layer with a more substantial base layer, such as a waterbase.

The Mediflow Water Pillow uses two layers or pillow material to provide an enhanced sleep. The bottom layer is an adjustable waterbase, while the top layer is a soft layer of Dacron fiber. When combined, these layers offer responsive support and comfort for your head and neck while sleeping. According to a John Hopkins study, the Mediflow Water Pillow is also clinically proven to reduce sleep pain and improve the quality of sleep. For more information on fiberfill waterbase pillows, contact Mediflow today.

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