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Down Alternative Pillows

Love the comfort of down but suffer from allergies? A down alternative pillow may be just what the doctor ordered. BedBathStore.com features a wide variety of hypoallergenic pillows that will help even folks suffering from the toughest allergies enjoy a peaceful night's rest.

Hypoallergenic pillows are specially designed to minimize allergic reactions. Because some natural fibers and animal products (like down and goose feathers) or dyes can trigger an allergic reaction, hypoallergenic pillows are typically made entirely from synthetic materials.

Just because you need a hypoallergenic pillow doesn't mean you have to sacrifice comfort and luxury! Pillows such as BedBathStore.com's 300 Thread Count Sateen Covered Down Alternative Pillows or the Down Alternative 1000 TC Luxury Bed Pillow with Zip Cover will still make you feel like the king or queen of your bed - but without the pesky sneezing and watery eyes.

For an affordable, allergen-free sleep, try the Perfect Dreamer Allergy Free Polyester Firm Pillow (available in both Standard and European Sizes) or the Allusion Hypoallergenic Pillows. If you're only allergic to down (and don't have a problem with cotton), you'll love BedBathStore.com's Restful Nights Egyptian Cotton Pillows.

When selecting a pillow, keep in mind how your body naturally prefers to sleep at night. If you sleep on your back, you'll need to invest in a pillow with the right amount of neck and head support to prevent stiffness in the morning, such as the Firm Density Pillows for Back Sleepers. Side sleepers should look for an extra firm pillow, such as the Extra Firm Density Pillows for Side Sleepers, to support the head and back. And if you sleep on your stomach, choose a pillow that will provide support without elevating your head too much, such as the Medium Firm Density Pillow for Stomach and Back Sleepers.

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